Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Survey

Local crime can have a huge impact on our communities. It is vital residents feel safe in their homes and on the streets. I want to know if you and your local area have been impacted. Our newly-elected Police and Crime Commissioner, Giles Orpen-Smellie, must now produce a new Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk. In that plan, he will set out his priorities for reducing crime, as well as for policing and community safety. 

You can influence that plan by making sure your views are heard by completing this short survey and share your concerns on crime and anti-social behaviour. As your MP, I am determined to deal with the issues affecting Great Yarmouth. I will report back on the results of this survey and work with the new commissioner and local police to ensure our area is a safe place for all of us.

Have your say on the crimes that affect you. Fill in my survey and together we can tackle crime and keep our community safe.

2021 Neighbourhood Crime Survey

  • 1 Current Local Issues
  • 2 National Issues
  • 3 Join the Community Action Team
  • 4 Your details
1.1 Have you experienced or witnessed any crime or anti-social behaviour?
1.2 On a scale of 0–10, how safe do you feel walking around your neighbourhood, where 10 is extremely safe and 0 is extremely unsafe?
Extremely unsafe
Extremely safe
1.3 On a scale of 0–10, how safe do you consider your neighbourhood at night, where 10 is extremely safe and 0 is extremely unsafe?
Extremely unsafe
Extremely safe
1.4 How satisfied are you with the visibility of your local police?
1.5 What measures would you like to see to prevent anti-social behaviour and crime on residential streets?