Runnymede’s Community Safety Survey – out now!

Over the past 15 years, Runnymede Borough Council has asked the residents of the borough just what they want in a significant community safety survey. Once again, the time to speak your mind is here!

Runnymede’s Community Safety Manager, Wendy Roberts says: “If you are a resident and would like to take this opportunity to help us look at what’s important to you and what makes you feel safe, then please complete the quick online survey.  Businesses also have the opportunity to give their views too.  The results from this survey will help the Runnymede Community Safety Partnership develop its priorities for the Borough.”

follow these links to access the survey:

If you are a resident of Runnymede –

Or if you work here or operate a Business –

The survey’s results directs local police patrolling and how we address residents’ priorities.
Does it work?

Well the Community Safety Survey has been vindicated by a fall in crime and anti-social behaviour over this period (15 years) where Safer Runnymede has been watching over us.
Why has it worked?

Well because the council, Police and other statutory bodies have listened to the public and tried to tackle issues which mean the most to you.

What should you do?

Please take the time to make where you live, work and where your children play a better, safer and happier place. Fill in this survey and encourage others to do so too.


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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