Rosie Cooper MP is strongly encouraging West Lancashire residents to complete Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Andrew Snowdon’s survey on anti-social behaviour.
A part of the Commissioner’s role is to distribute funding and support across the wider Lancashire area, and the survey is intended to gather information on hotspots for all sorts of anti-social behaviour.
Rosie Cooper MP commented,
“The Commissioner is consulting 1.5 million residents across a large area. The more responses we get from West Lancashire, the more support can be provided to assist residents, officers and partner agencies in tackling anti-social behaviour.
“Like the Commissioner, I receive countless reports of anti-social behaviour across West Lancashire. Our diverse community experiences ASB in a number of different ways: from noise disruption from student properties to fly-tipping in our rural communities, and even to areas of Skem being treated like a racetrack!
“Since 2010, cuts from the Tory government have taken more than £80m of funding from Lancashire Police – funding that keeps us all safe as we go about our lives. Lancashire Police are being asked to do more with less and I am determined that West Lancashire residents get the best possible service. That is why I consistently lobby the Home Secretary to restore fair funding to our police, and why I encourage residents to complete this survey so that West Lancs gets the biggest slice of funding possible.”
West Lancashire residents can find the survey at www.lancashire-pcc.gov.uk/anti-social-behaviour-survey.