Community Safety Partnership Survey now open
The East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership wants to hear your views on crime and anti-social behaviour to help set priorities for next year.
The partnership covers East Lindsey, Boston Borough and South Holland.
It brings together the Police, Fire and Rescue, Health, Probation and local councils, to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime to ensure that East Lincolnshire remains a safe place to live, work and visit.
Each year the partnership asks local people to share their concerns around crime and disorder and identify the priorities they'd like the Partnership to focus on.
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Last year the partnership listened to the public's views and produced a three year strategy for tackling crime which is available at the East Lindsey, Boston Borough or South Holland council websites.
The current priorities are anti-social behaviour, violent crime,including domestic abuse and social cohesion in Boston & South Holland.
The partnership is also addressing fear of crime and alcohol misuse.
The public's views this year will fine tune the crime-fighting priorities for 2014.
The survey is available to complete online from Monday September 2 to Friday October 11 at
A paper copy can be obtained from your local council reception area.
In East Lindsey this includes the Community Access Points in Horncastle, Louth, Mablethorpe, Manby, Skegness, Spilsby, and Tattershall.