Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is one of the most common issues reported to the police. While it is often referred to as 'low level', if left unchecked it can slowly chip away at the sense of pride that we all have in our communities.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer will soon be bidding for more funding from government's Safer Streets Fund. This funding will support a police project to tackle ASB in each of Cheshire's four Local Authority areas.
To target this support effectively the Commissioner will be looking at the latest statistics from Cheshire Constabulary, but he also needs to hear from you directly about the impact ASB can have in your area and what you think needs to be done to tackle it.
This survey should only take a couple of minutes, and it could make all the difference for your community. Please do have your say by midday on Friday 4 August at www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CheshireASB