Residents living in Charles Dickens ward are being asked to name their top policing priorities for action by the local Charles Dickens Neighbourhood Policing team.
Police officers have created an online survey for residents, community groups and local businesses to have their say and asked Cllr Stephen Morgan to help promote the opportunity for residents to have their say.
Sergeant Richard Holland said:
“As a member of the Charles Dickens community, we are interested in what you have to say in how we police the area.
Whether you have been a victim/witness of crime or not, it is important that we have your views on how we can best meet the needs of everyone within the community”.
This brief survey has been designed for the sole purpose of identifying issues within the neighbourhood.
Spending a few minutes answering the questions will allow the police to gather the information they need to provide a better service and set policing priorities that matter to local people.
So if you live in the Charles Dickens ward then please go to the link below: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/dickenscharles
For residents without access to the internet, you can pop into the Portsmouth Central Police station where you can complete a hard copy there.