Community Safety Survey for Young People

Young people from 11 – 18 years old can take part

Central Bedfordshire Council’s Safer Communities & Partnership Team is asking individuals between 11 and 18 years old to take part in its youth survey.

Designed with the input of young people, the survey will help the team understand how they feel about safety in their local area and identify the issues they believe need attention.

The survey is an offshoot of the annual Safer Central Survey, where residents can give feedback on issues like fly tipping and anti-social behaviour. The team recognise the importance of gathering feedback from a younger demographic, who may have slightly different concerns and priorities, which was why a separate survey was designed.

The results from the survey will help inform future community safety priorities. The survey was shared with schools in Central Bedfordshire before they broke up for the summer holidays, and features information about local support services specifically for young people.

If you’re a parent or take care of someone between 11 and 18 years old, please encourage them to take part. It won’t take long, just a few minutes, and will allow them to have input into improving their local community.

Take part in the youth survey.

Anyone over 18 can take part in the Safer Central Survey.

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