Dudley borough residents are invited to have their say on community safety issues.
Dudley’s community safety partnership ‘safe & sound’ is asking local people what should be done to help make the borough a safer place.
People who live, visit or work in Dudley borough will be able to say what they think the big community safety issues are by completing a short survey.
Feedback from the survey will inform safe and sound priorities moving forward.
Councillor Laura Taylor-Childs, cabinet member for housing and communities said:
"Listening to residents’ concerns is a priority and every year we ask people to tell us what their community safety concerns are to help us identify the main issues facing communities.
"I would encourage people to complete the survey so we can understand the community safety issues that matter to people right now."
Anthony Tagg, Dudley neighbourhood policing unit chief superintendent and chair of the community safety partnership, said:
"We’re committed to working with our partners and listening to what residents are telling us about the main community safety issues facing their communities.
"I would encourage people who live, work or visit the borough to take this opportunity to have your say."
Complete the survey online at: https://www.dudleysafeandsound.org/have-your-say The survey closes on March 31.