Have your say on community safety priorities

A PUBLIC consultation to help shape community safety priorities in the Dorset Council area is now available online.

The Dorset Community Safety Partnership (CSP) brings together organisations including the council, NHS and police to tackle community safety issues in the area.

The CSP has used crime data and findings from consultations to start working out the issues it should prioritise and include in its new Community Safety Plan.

The partnership has launched an online consultation to find out what people think about the priorities and what other community safety issues they think should be included.

Cllr Andrew Kerby, chairman of the CSP said: “The CSP looks at how organisations respond to issues and highlights where lessons can be learned. We want to create safer communities, so we want to know what people think of the proposed priorities for the coming year.”

The consultation is open until March 1. To complete it and find more information on the Dorset CSP, visit www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/community-safety-partnership

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