A survey and a series of community events are being held so Cornwall residents can share their views about crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.

It is part of a scheme provided by Cornwall’s Community Safety Partnership, Safer Cornwall, who want to hear about local matters and what action can be taken to address any problems.

The survey, which is availble to complete online, can be filled anonymously and can take between 10-15 minutes to complete.

The sruvey runs until Sunday, August 31.

Click here to fill out the survey.

Moreover, there are also a series of drop-in events that are planned to be held across Cornwall over the summer so that residents can talk about their concerns with Safer Cornwall in person. The aim of the events is to bring residents and organisations together to discuss any issues that are having an impact on community safety. The full schedule for these events can be found on the Safer Cornwall Facebook and Twitter outlets.

Cornwall Council portfolio holder for neighbourhoods Carol Mould said: “Hearing from residents about local crime and anti-social behaviour issues is so important in helping us understand how Safer Cornwall’s work to improve community safety is going, and to ensure that future plans continue to target the right issues and provide the right support.

“We want to work together with our communities so that everyone can be safe and feel safe whether they’re at home, at work or school or out and about in their local area.”