Help fight against crime in 2017

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Residents are being invited to have their say on crime-fighting priorities for 2017.

The Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (LCSP) wants people to complete its annual community safety survey to help identify areas it should focus on.

The LCSP works to tackle issues of crime and disorder and improve the quality of life for people living, working or visiting the area.

It brings together a number of organisations including Boston Borough Council, Lincolnshire Police, the National Probation Service and Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue.

Coun Paul Skinner, Town Centre Portfolio Holder for Boston Borough Council, said: “This is an opportunity for the public to tell the partnership what issues concern them. Your input is vital to help the partnership tackle key problems in local areas”.

The survey seeks to find out people’s perceptions of crime and anti-social behaviour, community safety and views on crime levels.

The survey is available to complete online at

Hard copies are also available at Boston Borough Council’s offices in West Street.

Closing date for responses is Friday, November 11.