Date Published: 19 March 2019
People living and working in Rutland are being asked to share their views about community safety as part of a month-long consultation, organised by The Safer Rutland Partnership.
The Safer Rutland Partnership involves Rutland County Council, Leicestershire Police, offender management services, Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, public health and voluntary organisations, all of whom work together with communities to reduce crime and antisocial behaviour.
The community safety consultation aims to find out more about the issues that affect and concern local people the most, helping the Safer Rutland Partnership to target its efforts and meet local concerns.
“Rutland has low levels of crime and is a very safe place to live. However, we don’t take this for granted and community safety remains a priority. Even low-level crime and disorder can have a big impact on individuals and communities. The Safer Rutland Partnership is committed to doing all it can reduce crime and antisocial behaviour and we’re asking for your help to do this. Through our latest community safety consultation, we want to know about your concerns, how safe you feel and what you think are the most important issues for us to focus on over the next year.”
Alan Walters, Cabinet Member for Community Safety
The community safety consultation runs until Friday 12 April 2019. You can take part in the consultation by completing a short online questionnaire.
More information is available from our Community Safety Team: firstname.lastname@example.org