Chelmsford Safety Survey

Help us keep Chelmsford safe

Chelmsford has a long held reputation for being a safe place, and we want to keep it that way.

Since becoming your MP in 2017, I’ve worked to reduce crime and keep you safe.

Neighbourhood crime has halved since 2010. We’ve already recruited over 900 additional police officers for Essex police. I want to make sure they have the tools to do their jobs and are focused on the issues that concern local people.

That’s why I’m asking for your help.

By telling me your priorities, I can make sure we’re focused on the issues that matter most to you.

It only takes a few minutes to fill in this survey. Please do fill it in and help keep people safe.

Chelmsford Police

Help us keep Chelmsford safe

1. What are your top priorities for our new Police Officers? Please choose THREE:
2. How safe do you feel walking around our streets? On a scale of 0-10, where 0 is extremely unsafe and 10 is extremely safe.
3. Have you or a family member recently experienced or witnessed crime in Chelmsford?
4. If you answered yes to the previous question, was it dealt with quickly and satisfactorily?
5. Do you support our campaign to keep more police on our streets in Chelmsford?
6.a How strongly would you support the following measures to cut crime in our local area? Measure 1 - Increase the number of Police out on patrol
6.b Measure 2 - Expanding Neighbourhood Watch to more areas
6.c Measure 3 - Increasing the number of CCTV cameras in our town centre
7. Which two of the following would make you feel safe?


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