What Do You Think About Crime In Aylesbury?
14 February 2012, 05:00 | Updated: 14 February 2012, 06:34
The Aylesbury Vale Community Partnership want to know what you think about things like crime and anti-social behaviour.
It's to help them set their priorities for next year.
The Partnership, including Thames Valley Police, Aylesbury Vale District Council and Buckinghamshire County Council, aims to reduce crime.
Figures from the annual review of crime in the district, from April 2011 and December 2011, show there were 16% fewer crimes in the area...that's a drop of 1,178 crimes.
Some of the schemes run by the Partnership include giving out 600 free light timer switches to help stop house burglaries, a campaign to stop land rovers getting stolen in the Vale and visiting rural areas with crime reduction advice.
Councillor Pam Pearce, Cabinet Member for Community Matters at Aylesbury Vale District Council, said:
"Aylesbury Vale is already a safe place and crime is on the decline. However, the Partnership is working to make it even safer and we need the input of residents to help us achieve this aim. So please complete the survey and let us hear your views."
Have your say here.