Have your say on policing in the City of London
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The online survey runs for four weeks until noon on Wednesday 20 October, and is open to anyone aged 16 or over.
We want to hear from anyone with a connection to the Square Mile, including residents, business owners, workers and visitors.
We want to know what matters most to you when thinking about how the area is policed, and what you think of the force.
The responses will be used to develop our next Policing Plan, with the City of London Corporation’s Police Authority Board.
For two years running, respondents’ top concerns have been terrorism, road safety and antisocial behaviour, which are addressed in the most recent Policing Plan.
Chief Superintendent Rob Atkin, from the City of London Police, said:
“One of our key ambitions is to deliver a policing service that is valued by those who live, work and visit the City.
“To achieve this, we must listen to the people we serve, understand what concerns them most and address their concerns when setting out how we plan to provide policing services in our communities.
“This is a real opportunity for those of you who care about how the Square Mile is policed to have your say.
“Ten minutes of your time is all it takes to tell us what matters to you and help shape and influence policing in the City of London in the coming years.”
Complete the online survey here.
If you have any issues accessing the survey or any questions for the team running it, please contact community.surv[email protected].