Westmorland Shopping Centre Public Consultation on Crime & Anti Social Behaviour Issues

Closed 5 Jun 2008

Opened 4 Jun 2008

Feedback Updated 26 Jan 2011

We Asked

Is crime and anti-social behaviour an issue in the Kendal area?

You Said

29 people answered no, 18 people answered yes.

We Did

We reported this information to the Neighbourhood Policing team for Kendal and will inform their priority setting.

Results Updated 1 Feb 2017

This document provides information from a community engagement exercise relating to crime and anti-social behaviour issues that impact upon people within the Kendal area, the information has been forwarded to the Neighbourhood Policing Team for this area, and results are available to view on our website, www.cumbriapoliceauthority.org.uk

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Overview

Cumbria Police Authority go out into the Community to find out the views of local people within the Westmorland area of Cumbria, the community engagement focussed on the crime and anti social behaviour issues that impact upon people in their area.

Why We Are Consulting

The Police Authority has a statutory duty to consult with and find out the views of people living within our communities

What Happens Next

The results are provided on Cumbria Police Authority Website, and a press release submitted. 

The results are fed into the Neighbourhood Policing Teams, and will be used to inform policing priorities.

Information is also provided on the Cumbria Police Authority facebook page.

Areas

  • Kendal Highgate ED
  • Kendal Nether ED
  • Kendal South ED
  • Kendal Strickland and Fell ED

Audiences

  • Expert stakeholders
  • Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender
  • Visitors / tourists / non residents
  • Parents
  • Non users of services
  • Local businesses
  • Neighboring Authorities
  • Men
  • Council Tenants
  • Gyspy/Traveller
  • Black and minority ethnic people
  • Carers
  • Women
  • Older adults
  • Patients
  • People with disabilities
  • Voluntary and community organisations
  • Trade unions
  • Stakeholder organisations
  • Students
  • People with learning difficulties
  • Citizens panel
  • Faith groups
  • All residents
  • Service users
  • Staff
  • Children and young people
  • Asylum Seekers and refugees
  • Scrutiny commissions / panel
  • E-panel
  • Community groups / organisations
  • Central government
  • Businesses
  • Rural residents
  • Urban residents

Interests

  • General interest