People in Merton are urged to voice their concerns about crime through an annual safety survey.
It has been released by Safer Merton, which is made up of the council, police, fire, probation, and health services.
The community safety partnership carries out a strategic assessment every year, and are keen for the public to share their concerns on crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour, drugs and alcohol.
Alongside analysis of crime figures, responses to the survey will help shape the team’s priorities for the coming year.
This year the partnership is putting a particular focus on supporting communities, building confidence where fear of crime is high, supporting victims, and managing offenders.
To complete the survey visit: www.merton.gov.uk/safermertonconsultation.
Paper versions of the survey are available at the Civic Centre in London Road, Morden, SM4 5DX.