Hertfordshire Personal Safety Survey

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From OWL and Neighbourhood Watch, this personal safety survey is worth a few minutes out of your day.

Dear Watch Member,

Following the death of Sarah Everard earlier this year, the County Community Safety Unit (CCSU) are currently producing a needs assessment on Violence Against Women and Girls. As part of this piece of work, we are undertaking a public survey of Hertfordshire residents to understand their experiences and feelings of personal safety, which will help to inform recommendations for the needs assessment. 

The survey is now open and will remain open until Friday 9th July and can be accessed using the web link below. 

https://surveys.hertfordshire.gov.uk/s/XFEVX8/

We would appreciate your help in promoting this survey through any avenues you have access to (e.g. social media, service user groups) to ensure that we get a diverse range of responses from residents. Please note the survey is open to males and females of all ages to enable us to compare experiences and feelings of safety between males and females, therefore we ask that the survey in any advertising refers to the survey as the ‘Hertfordshire Personal Safety Survey’ to ensure that males are equally encouraged to take part in the survey.

Regards,
Derrick Sweeney
Watch Liaison Officer
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Police Contact Advice

  • Telephone 999 in an emergency where there is a danger to life or a crime is in progress.
  • Telephone 101 for non-emergencies where police attendance is required, to report a crime or to report any other incidents.
  • Alternatively, visit www.herts.police.uk/contact to report a non-emergency crime online or chat to a police operator live via our web chat service.
  • If you are calling about the above message, please tell us that you are responding to a message from OWL.


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