Residents to have their say on reducing anti social behaviour

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By nhavergal | Thursday, October 04, 2012, 14:07

Wiltshire and Swindon Community Safety Partnership are giving residents the opportunity to have their say on ways to tackle anti social behaviour in the county. 

The partnership is would like to hear local's opinions on how to make communities safer before drafting a strategy to tackle anti social behaviour.

Chairman of the Community Safety Partnership, Maggie Rae said: "Reducing the level and impact of anti-social behaviour is a key priority for all of us working as part of the community safety partnership. Anti-social behaviour can blight people's lives in many different ways, including affecting how safe they feel and can be detrimental to their health and wellbeing."

People will be able to post their views and see the drafted strategy on the Wiltshire Council Website here. Deadline for feedback is Monday, 31, December 2012. 

Paper copies can also be requested by contacting Wiltshire Council on: 01225 716610.

"We welcome the opportunities this strategy consultation presents to involve everyone in tackling an issue that affects us all," Maggie Rae added.

Do you feel safe where you live? Comment below! 



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