Police and Crime Commissioner ASB Survey

Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend has launched a county-wide survey on the impact and understanding of anti-social behaviour in Surrey.

Getting tough on anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a key part of the Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan, that includes making sure people are protected from harm and feel safe.

Anti-social behaviour takes many forms, ranging from rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour to anti-social driving and criminal damage.  Persistent ASB can significantly increase the risk to an individual’s health and is often connected with the bigger picture of community safety.

We are sure you will be aware of the incidents of ASB that we suffer locally each year due to a small, but significant, number of students of Royal Holloway college, so this survey is an opportunity to make you views known particularly in respect of the ways for you to report ASB and the responses that you receive.

The survey will provide valuable data that will be used to hone services and raise crucial awareness. It only takes a few minutes to fill in the survey and you can have your say now here: