PDB3 Delivery Plan: Action 4.2 – PERCEPTIONS OF SAFETY SURVEY 2016
Please find below a copy of the press release promoting the survey:
Survey to look at public’s views of safety
Members of the public are encouraged to complete a survey designed to capture perceptions of public safety, crime and anti-social behaviour in Wrexham.
The survey asks residents about their personal experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour where they live, and includes questions about how fearful they are of being a victim of crime in the Town Centre.
The results of the survey will be put to the Public Development Board Three (PDB3), which brings together a number of agencies – including Wrexham Council – to ensure residents of Wrexham feel safe.
The work of PDB3 is informed by the North Wales Safer Communities Board and the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, and the survey will allow the board to see what further strides it can take to make Wrexham a safer place.
Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities and Partnerships, said: “We’re aware that people are concerned about public safety, and we want to do all we can to ensure that services are targeting those areas the public feels are of concern.
“With that in mind, we want as many people as possible to respond to this survey, as the results will help Public Delivery Board Three allocate resources according to public demand.”
The survey will be available online at http://ow.ly/glda306pH1f.
Paper copies of the survey are available at Contact Wrexham on Lord Street, and at libraries throughout the county borough.
Attached, you will find the press release translation into Welsh. The link to the survey in Welsh is http://ow.ly/Z3c4306q66B.