Have YOU? (Completed The Community Safety Survey)

Today is the official opening day for the Runnymede Community Safety Survey and for the first time ever it is predominately being completed ‘on line’.

Jpeg of Safer Runnymede logo“We are hoping for increased participation by the public here in the Borough with such good access to the internet and in particular from young people whose views are vital for provisioning service in these austere times.”

From today you will see a number of QR [Quick Response] codes across Runnymede. Scanning these with your smart phone will take you directly to the survey, give you some information about where the code is and encourage you to get involved.

Example only for obvious reasons 🙂images

You can collect the QR codes for fun and you can elect be entered into a prize draw.


Previously you have provided around 8,000 responses so lets go one better digitally!

Follow these links of search out a QR code to access the survey:

If you are a resident of Runnymede – http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/V965TT9

Or if you work here or operate a Business – http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/79NVVZL

Take part – shape your future!


About Roger Nield MBE

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