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Last chance to have your say. ASB survey closes tonight!

You may have received a message from us a couple of weeks ago regarding the 2024 Antisocial Behaviour survey that we are running. We wanted to thank everyone who has filled it in so far and remind those who haven't that today (Sunday 12 May) is your last chance to fill it in before it closes. 


Click here to access the survey


Reducing antisocial behaviour (ASB) in Surrey is a key focus of community safety partners including your police and Local Authorities.


We know that ASB is not minor for those involved, and we recognise that it sometimes can be hard to know who to report a specific issue to. We recognise that all types of ASB can have a serious impact on individuals and communities, interfering with everyday life and damaging wellbeing.


Persistent ASB is also linked to the bigger picture of community safety in Surrey. For example, it may indicate that serious and organised crime, including exploitation, is taking place.


In order to reduce ASB and improve the support for victims of ASB in Surrey, it is important for the agencies that deal with different types of antisocial behaviour to understand the problems you face, the impact it has on you, and how we can do better.

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