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PEOPLE across the Chichester area are being asked for their views on crime and disorder.

The Chichester District Community Safety Partnership, made up of the local authorities and Sussex police, has launched a questionnaire on what their new priorities should be for next year.

The questionnaire asks to what extent things like criminal damage, anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse are a problem in people’s neighbourhoods.

The results will help shape the partnership’s priorities for 2013.

Councillor Eileen Lintill, who is in charge of community services at Chichester District Council, said: ‘In the last two years the partnership has been involved in a number of successes, such as helping to reduce the number of thefts from vehicles in the district by five per cent and criminal damage by over 10 per cent. The questionnaire is an excellent way for local people to say what is important to them.’

Visit and look for the community safety partnership page or call (01243) 534623 for a copy.