Annual Bexley Crime Survey launched

PUBLISHED: 10:36 04 October 2016

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Residents are being invited to air their views on crime and disorder

Residents are being invited to air their views on crime and disorder with the launch of the latest annual Bexley Crime Survey.

The responses will be used by the Bexley Community Safety Partnership - a group of organisations that work together to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and drug and alcohol misuse - to help decide its priorities for 2017-18.

The survey is available online at

Paper copies of the survey can be obtained by contacting the council’s Community Safety Team at the Civic Offices.

The deadline for responses is December 31, 2016.

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