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Have your say on community safety online

Dudley have your say
Dudley have your say

People are being invited to have their say on the big community safety issues for people who live, visit and work in Dudley borough by taking part in a short online survey.

Borough residents are being asked to tell safe & sound, Dudley’s community safety partnership - which incorporates the borough’s local police and crime board - what their main community safety concerns are both in their local area and in the borough as a whole.

The survey also asks people to indicate what they feel should be the top five priorities for the partnership over the next 12 months.

Residents can also observe a safe & sound board meeting on 30 October 2017 at Dudley’s Council House from 6 to 8pm

Senior officers and decision-makers from the police, council, fire service and other organisations will be on hand following the meeting to answer questions and talk to members of the public.

Councillor David Vickers, cabinet member responsible for community safety, said:

“It’s really important residents help us to identify the main community safety concerns across the borough.

“We ask residents each year to tell us what the most important safety issues are for them and this all helps influence the priorities we have.

“Partners are committed to working together and listening to our residents, by doing this we can make Dudley a safer borough.”

To take part in the survey or to book a place at the public meeting, visit www.dudleysafeandsound.org

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