Northampton Community Safety Partnership Consultation

Consultation report

Consultation start - 30 July 2012

Consultation end - 30 September 2012

Decision date - The revised strategy is expected to be in place in April 2013

Summary

In order to review what community safety issues the Council, Police and other partner agencies will prioritise in 2013/14, the Northampton Community Safety Partnership needs to know what matters to you.

We want to know what your greatest concerns are in terms of crime, disorder and safety in Northampton . There are a number of options to choose from which have been selected by the partnership after thoroughly assessing the needs of the town through the analysis of data and information around local crime and disorder, however, if you have a concern which isn't covered by these options - please let us know in the boxes provided.

Your opinion matters to us, and will help us make Northampton a safer place to live, work and visit for everyone.

To participate 

This survey was open to anyone who lives in, or regularly visits, Northampton. People were able to take part in this short survey online.

Also, the community safety team asked the residents of Northampton what matters to them at the following venues:

  • Harborough Road Shopping Centre (Waitrose), Kingsthorpe on Thursday 2nd August (11am – 3pm).
  • Weston Favell Shopping Centre on Friday 3rd August (11am – 3pm)
  • Tesco Stores, Mereway on Thursday 9th August (11am – 3pm).
  • Grosvenor Shopping Centre on Friday 10th August (11am - 3pm)

The online survey was available to complete until 30th September 2012.

How Results Will Be Used

Results will be used to refresh the Northampton Community Safety Partnership plan for 2013/14 and help inform local police teams’ priorities.

Background documents

To view the Northampton Community Safety Partnership Strategy for 2012/15, click here.

Related consultation

Residents in Northamptonshire were also invited to have their say on what they think the police and community safety partnerships should be focusing on, to help inform the new Police and Crime Commissioner when setting their priorities for 2013/14. Closing date for related consultation 2 October 2012.

Consultation results

 To view the consultation report, click here. For additional information on the Community Safety Partnership Strategy, click here


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