Have your say on how Barnet Borough Council should tackle crime

Have your say on how borough should tackle crime

Have your say on how borough should tackle crime

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People can have their say on how the borough should help the police tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.

Barnet Borough Council is asking people to respond to its community safety strategy, which is made up of the fire service, victim support, public health and the safer neighbourhood board.

The authority is keen to hear people’s thoughts about how well the partnership is doing in preventing crime and disorder, as well as substance misuse.

Responses will help determine the Safer Communities Partnership Strategy 2015-2018.

Two public meetings to discuss the strategy will be held at Hendon Town Hall, in The Burroughs, on Wednesday, September 10 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and September 27 from 10am to 12noon.

The consultation expires on October 3. For more information, click here.

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