PEOPLE across West Sussex are being given the chance to have their say about how they feel about crime and safety.
A survey has been designed to question people across the county about whether or not they are satisfied with the way crime and anti-social behaviour is dealt with and what improvements could be made.
The responses will then be used as pointers to improve emergency, council, health and probation services.
The information will help the West Sussex Strategic Community Safety Partnership – an organisation made up of police, local councils and the fire service – to identify priorities and prepare for the introduction of the new police and crime commissioner later this year.
Christine Field, who is in charge of public protection at West Sussex County Council, said: ‘We want to hear the voices of local people, to use their knowledge and concerns to help shape our priorities.’
The survey is available until July 31.
Visit westsussex.gov.uk/crimeandcommunitysafety survey or call (01243) 752033.