Worried about crime and disorder in your area? Dealing with crime and disorder is everyone’s responsibility, not just the police. With your help we can improve the quality of life in our district for all our residents and businesses.
Tell us your concerns by completing this short survey and help us identify our next set of priorities – it should take no more than 5 to 10 minutes!
The Epping Forest District Community Safety Partnership includes the police, fire service, probation, county council, district council and health service, all working together to reduce crime and disorder in our district.
Please complete the survey online now and encourage as many of your family and friends to do so, it’s your area have a say in the way we deal with the problems that concern you most.
When answering we consider ‘your local area’ to be within 15 to 20 minutes walking distance from your home.
Crime and disorder survey 2012
Last year you helped us identify 4 main issues of concern
- Domestic abuse
- Anti-social behaviour
- Burglary of people’s homes
- Car crime
The plan we produced is helping us to reduce repeat victimisation and repeat offending, creating safer neighbourhoods and town centres and helping to divert young people away from crime.
Paul Gardener Safer Communities Officer said: “I would encourage everyone to fill in our survey. Please be assured that we do take everyone’s comments into account when formulating our Plan. We want to make sure we are working on the areas of most concern to residents of the district, so make sure you have your say. Please encourage your friends and family to complete it as well.”
If you prefer a hard copy survey to fill in you can collect one from
- Epping Forest District Council Civic offices, High Street, Epping, CM16 4BZ
- Leisure services offices (next to Epping Sports Centre), 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LZ
- Loughton Broadway Housing office, 63 The Broadway, Loughton, IG10 3SP
- Limes Centre housing office, Limes Avenue, Chigwell, IG7 5LP