People can help shape the future of how Dudley borough tackles community cohesion and hate crime by completing a short survey.
Safe & sound, Dudley’s community safety partnership, is asking people who live, work or volunteer in the borough to take a few minutes to complete the survey and identify areas for priority.
Comments and suggestions will help shape the partnership’s review of the existing community cohesion and hate crime strategy.
The current strategy aims to illustrate how partners will work together in order to promote and support cohesive communities and identify and respond to any rising tensions.
It also demonstrates how partners and communities across the borough will work together to reduce the number of hate crimes, improve reporting and increase support for those affected.
Councillor Laura Taylor, cabinet member responsible for community safety, said:
It’s really important as partners that we listen to the views of people who live, work and volunteer in our borough as we continue our work to reduce hate crime and strengthen our community cohesion.
Their experiences are vital in shaping what we do in the future and I’d urge people to take a few minutes to complete the survey.
The survey can be completed at - https://www.dudleysafeandsound.org/communitycohesion
People can also use this link to report concerns about community tensions by completing the community tension monitoring form.
For more information on hate crime and how to report visit: https://www.dudleysafeandsound.org/hatecrime