Barnsley’s residents can give their views on crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough, in a survey created by the Safer Barnsley Partnership Board (SBPB).
Through the survey, the partnership hopes to understand the public’s view of crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough. This information will be used to plan the next set of priorities that the partnership will focus on next year.
Residents can give their views by visiting https://surveys.barnsley.gov.uk/s/SBPJSIA/.
Residents who know someone that is having difficulty completing the survey online can request support from digital champions for guidance over the phone.
Counillor Jenny Platts, Cabinet Spokesperson for Communities, said: “Over the last few months, most of our communities will have spent more time at home and will have a richer understanding of what they want to see in their local area. This survey is the perfect opportunity for people to get involved and shape the future of the Barnsley borough.
“I would encourage you to take part in these conversations so that we can see the full picture of what our communities are experiencing, and make sure our priorities continue to reflect local needs.”
The survey can be completed before midnight on Friday 25 September.