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Community Safety Survey - 2013

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Community Safety Survey

The 29th Aberdeenshire Citizens' Panel Survey has been completed and a report produced.

Nearly all (98%) Aberdeenshire residents who responded to a recent survey say they feel Aberdeenshire is a safe place to live. The results also show that, overall, levels of safety in Aberdeenshire continue to improve.

The five issues which stood out as top priorities were:
  • Anti-social driving
  • Serious and violent crime
  • Road safety
  • Alcohol misuse
  • Controlled drugs

Chair of Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership Executive, Willie Munro, said:

"There do remain some anti-social behaviours that continue to feature at the top of the list of issues that residents witness or worry about, including dog fouling, littering and anti-social driving and key agencies including Aberdeenshire Council's environmental health team and its roads team will be looking further at ways to address these concerns."

Click the logo to read the latest edition of the Citizens' Panel Report:

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