NCCSP survey: your help required!
The Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP) has launched an eight week consultation to understand what residents believe will make Norfolk a safer place to live, work and visit. The consultation opened on 24 May and closes on 16 July.
The Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board are members of the NCCSP so we would be grateful if you would complete the survey, and encourage your colleagues, acquaintances, friends and family who live in Norfolk to complete it too. The partnership want to hear as many views as possible to that their priorities reflect what matters most to Norfolk residents.
The proposed priorities are: serious violence, domestic and sexual abuse, preventing terrorism, criminal exploitation (including modern slavery and county lines drug dealing), neighbourhood crimes (such as robbery, burglary and anti-social behaviour), hate crime and community tensions and fraud.