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Safer Arun Partnership community safety survey

The Safer Arun Partnership is inviting residents of Arun to share their views on crime and anti-social behaviour.

By launching its community safety survey, the partnership is keen to understand more about the issues that most affect residents in their local area.

The survey is open from Friday 10 June 2022 until Sunday 17 July 2022 and can be completed on their website.

It is a statutory requirement for local authority areas to have a Community Safety Partnership that tackles crime and disorder. In Arun, this is known as the Safer Arun Partnership.

Key members include Arun District Council, Sussex Police, West Sussex County Council, Fire and Rescue Service, probation, and health services.

Agencies work closely together to identify priority areas and implement a plan to reduce problematic behaviour in our communities.

The results of this survey will help the partnership to formulate a local response to local concerns.

Chair of the Safer Arun Partnership, Councillor Alison Cooper, said: “It’s important for the Partnership to consult with residents and give them the
opportunity to tell us what concerns them the most. By hearing what residents have to say, the partnership can ensure that its work addresses local issues to help make communities feel safer and stronger. I encourage as many residents as possible to participate in this survey so that partners can develop comprehensive strategies to reduce crime and nuisance behaviour in the district.”

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