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Following recent funding bid successes which led to the Safer Streets campaigns currently being rolled out in Warrington, a new survey asking people across Cheshire for their views on the safety of women in public places across the county has been launched.
Everyone is encouraged to have their say by the end of the month by completing the survey online.
John Dwyer, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire said:
“At the end of last year, we were successful in obtaining over £1 million in funding for projects to tackle violence against women and girls and make our streets safer for everyone. I want to build on that success and I need your input to make it happen.
“Me and my team will then take all of that feedback on board when looking at how we can secure even more funding for the benefit of people in Cheshire.
“While the survey is focused on women’s safety, particularly in light of the national focus on violence against women and girls, I want to hear from anyone and everyone who can help to make Cheshire a safer place to live, work and visit. Our communities as a whole benefit when everyone feels safer.”
Complete the survey before it closes on 31 March.