Crime and Safety - Your Priorities for Action

Alleyway with dumped rubbish.

Alleyway with dumped rubbish.

From Haringey Council:

Dear Residents, Partners and Colleagues,

We would very much appreciate hearing your views and assessment of crime and anti-social behaviour in Haringey and would be grateful if you would complete our online questionnaire by clicking on the link below anytime before Friday 8th March. This will direct you straight to the survey which will only take a few minutes to complete. This is an important part of considering your views as we are identifying priorities for action and future strategies.

Local people, businesses and our young residents have told us that crime and antisocial behaviour are pressing issues for them and this is an area of priority. Thank you.

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