Last chance to have your say on anti social behaviour
Dorset residents are being reminded they have just one more week to have their say on anti social behaviour in their area.
A survey into the issue being run by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dorset closes on Friday August 28.
To share your thoughts on anti social behaviour, take two minutes to complete the survey by clicking here.
Almost 3,500 people have already completed the survey, which seeks to find out more about residents’ experiences of anti social behaviour, how much of a problem they think it is and whether they believe it’s got worse or better in recent years.
It also looks into people’s understandings of which organisations they should contact when reporting different types of anti social behaviour, and which type of behaviour is their greatest cause of concern.
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill said: “I’d like to thank everyone who has already taken the time to complete the survey but would remind anyone who is concerned about this issue that they’ve still got time to have their say.
“We know anti social behaviour can have a devastating impact on communities and on individuals, but it’s really important we get a much more detailed understanding of the problem in Dorset, which is why I’ve launched this survey.
“Your input is vital for us to build up a more detailed picture and we’ll use it to devise future strategies to help tackle the problem, so please use this opportunity to tell us what you think.”