Police authority anti-social behaviour survey

PUBLISHED: 10:17 22 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

RESIDENTS in South Cambridgeshire affected by anti-social behaviour are being asked to take part in a new survey. The Cambridgeshire police authority has launched the survey to gather views from people who have experienced anti-social behaviour first han

RESIDENTS in South Cambridgeshire affected by anti-social behaviour are being asked to take part in a new survey.

The Cambridgeshire police authority has launched the survey to gather views from people who have experienced anti-social behaviour first hand, or who have tackled an anti-social behaviour-related issue in their neighbourhood.

PCSO Carly Freed, from Melbourn police station, said: "Tackling anti-social behaviour is very important to us and from the feedback we receive, it is also very important to the public.

"We would like to hear people's views on how we can continue to tackle anti-social behaviour together."

The survey can be filled out online at www.cambs-pa.gov.uk/asbsurvey.cfm

The results will be published on the Police Authority website and in next year's Local Policing Summary.

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