Future Directions in Community Safety

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SURVEY CLOSED

Thank you for your contribution to Session One of Future Directions in Community Safety held in December. The report has now been completed and we are seeking your input into implementing the recommendations. If you were unable to attend the the December session, the full report, including Executive Summary and Recommendations can be found in the box to the right.

Before we reconvene for Session Two on Wednesday 24th February, 4pm-5pm, we seek your individual contribution to this short survey. The survey will help us shape the most effective way to progress the recommendations relating to the Community Safety Advisory Committee and in identifying shared priority areas.

The survey seeks to provide an understanding about

- where and how your future involvement is most effective

- your capacity to contribute and lead an agreed priority area

- your capacity to share data and evidence of community engagement as they relate to community safety

- identification of your priority areas as they relate to community safety

- opportunities for collaboration through your existing means of community engagement

- preferred models of stakeholder involvement around community safety

Ali Peiper, author of the report will once again be facilitating the session for us which will take place via the Microsoft teams platform and be held at at 4pm timeslot to allow for the involvement of of young people in the session.


SURVEY CLOSED

Thank you for your contribution to Session One of Future Directions in Community Safety held in December. The report has now been completed and we are seeking your input into implementing the recommendations. If you were unable to attend the the December session, the full report, including Executive Summary and Recommendations can be found in the box to the right.

Before we reconvene for Session Two on Wednesday 24th February, 4pm-5pm, we seek your individual contribution to this short survey. The survey will help us shape the most effective way to progress the recommendations relating to the Community Safety Advisory Committee and in identifying shared priority areas.

The survey seeks to provide an understanding about

- where and how your future involvement is most effective

- your capacity to contribute and lead an agreed priority area

- your capacity to share data and evidence of community engagement as they relate to community safety

- identification of your priority areas as they relate to community safety

- opportunities for collaboration through your existing means of community engagement

- preferred models of stakeholder involvement around community safety

Ali Peiper, author of the report will once again be facilitating the session for us which will take place via the Microsoft teams platform and be held at at 4pm timeslot to allow for the involvement of of young people in the session.