Scarborough & District Crime & Disorder Survey
The period for this consultation has now
ended. The analysis of the consultation is now taking
place and results will be posted on the website
Communities Partnership is the Crime and Disorder Reduction
Partnership for the Borough of Scarborough.
Formed in 1999 following the Crime and Disorder Act (1998),
the Partnership is a multi-agency partnership, comprising statutory
and voluntary organisations, and the private sector, working
together to reduce crime and disorder, and improve safety and the
quality of life of those living, working and visiting the
The Partnership believes that everyone has the right to live
within a safe and tolerant society and that everyone has a
responsibility to behave in a way that respects this right.
The Partnership is currently undertaking a review of its
Crime, Disorder & Substance Misuse Strategy 2005-08 and
planning for the next three years.
As part of this exercise we would like to ensure as many
members of the public as possible are consulted and given the
opportunity to tell us about their main crime and disorder concerns
and how safe they feel in their neighbourhoods.
The response will be used along with crime information from
the Police and other partners to inform our priorities for the next
three years, making sure we do our best to concentrate on the
issues that will help people feel safer and reduce the risk of them
becoming victims of crime.
|When is the
consultation taking place?
or groups are being
- Residents Panel
- Schools & Youth Groups
- General Public
|How are we
- Postal Surveys (Residents Panel)
- Email invites to Web Surveys (Residents Panel)
- Schools Surveys
- Web Survey
|Area covered by
||Lesley Rowe (Partnership Programme Support
||Safer Communities, Town Hall, St. Nicholas Street, Scarborough,
How will the results be used?
The Consultation will form part of the Partnership’s Annual
Strategy Review, which will be published during April 2008 and made
available on the Scarborough Borough Council website and also in
The results of the consultation will be used to measure how
effective the Partnership’s initiatives have been during the last
year and also to inform the Safer Communities Partnership’s Plan
for April 2008, including future priorities, targeted responses and
Outcomes of the Consultation
Fear of Crime survey results