Community Safety Survey

Closes 22 Apr 2024

Opened 4 Mar 2024

Results expected 29 May 2024

Feedback expected 3 Jun 2024

Overview

The Safer Kingston Partnership brings the police, council, fire brigade, health and probation service together to coordinate community safety activity at a strategic level to: 

  • Deal with crime and disorder
  • Tackle substance misuse
  • Prevent and reduce serious violence 
  • Reduce reoffending in their area.

Take a look below at what we have already achieved with your support:

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Why your views matter

Your help in this survey will build on previous engagement work, it is an opportunity for you to tell us:

  • How safe you feel in Kingston in the day time and night time. 
  • How we can improve our communication on community safety topics
  • What we can do to make people aware of local support services,
  • How we empower and support citizens and communities who want to work collaboratively with us to identify and implement solutions to local problems.

We want the survey to be as representative of our borough as possible and encourage as many people as possible to complete the survey and be heard. If you have any questions, or need any of the information in a different format, please get in touch with us via phone 020 8547 5000, or email engagement@kingston.gov.uk.

We are proud that Kingston upon Thames continues to be a safe and inclusive borough and we have recently published the new draft Safer Kingston Partnership Plan 2024-29.

Have your say on community safety

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Let's Talk
  • Children & young people
  • Community safety
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Neighbourhoods
  • Highways and Transport
  • Climate Change and Environment
  • Participation and Engagement
  • Early years
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Sixth Form/FE colleges
  • University
  • Adult education
  • Housing
  • Economic Development and Tourism
  • Regeneration
  • Libraries
  • Museums & Heritage
  • Sport & Leisure
  • Arts & Culture
  • Parks & green spaces
  • Budget
  • Communication
  • Voluntary, Community, Faith Sector