News Have your say on how safe you feel in Maidstone

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Maidstone Borough Council is asking residents and businesses to take part in a survey to find out if there are any community safety concerns people have had during the past 12 months across the borough.

The survey is focussed on four key priorities:

  • The impact of crime and anti-social behaviour where people live
  • Experience of reporting crimes
  • How safe or unsafe people feel in Maidstone
  • How to get involved

Cllr Naghi, Cabinet Member for Community Cohesion at MBC said:

“We believe that your voice matters in shaping the safety of our community. By participating in this survey, you can help us understand any concerns and ideas better. Your input will guide us in making Maidstone an even safer place for all and will contribute towards our next Community Safety Plan. We appreciate your time and contribution to this important cause.

“Community safety in Maidstone is a shared responsibility across many organisations. The Community Safety Partnership ‘Safer Maidstone’ is dedicated to implementing and delivering initiatives that help keep Maidstone a safe place to live, work, learn, and visit. The results of this survey will help shape the work of the group in the future.”

The short survey is open now and will close on 25 August, it will take around 6 -8 minutes to complete. Any information provided will be used for research purposes and will not identify individual responses. Take part here now:

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