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Epping Forest District Community Safety Partnership is asking residents and business owners to have their say on crime prevention
The public is being asked to help shape strategy in the fight against crime.
The Community Safety Partnership, which includes the police, probation workers, Epping Forest District Council and other agencies, is asking residents to outline their priorities.
An annual survey is being carried out to find out what crime and disorder people are most concerned about.
The council’s safer communities officer, Paul Gardener, said: “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."
Last year, the main issues of concern were domestic abuse, anti-social behaviour, burglary of people’s homes and car crime.
To fill in the survey, before September 15, go to
Hard copy surveys are also available at Epping Forest District Council Information desks at The Broadway Housing Office, the Civic Offices in Epping and the Limes Centre Housing Office.
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