We use a wide range of information to help us to understand what issues are having the most impact on community safety and we work together to effectively address those issues and to deliver what is needed to keep the people of Cornwall safe – on our streets and in our workplaces, schools and homes. Your views are important to us – they will help us to provide the right services for everybody.
The survey is now closed for the year, the finding will be published soon!
If you need help or support on any of the issues discussed within this survey, or would like to find out more about what Safer Cornwall does, please go to our Support and Report pages
There are also some helpful contact numbers at the end of this survey. For regular news please sign up for our monthly newsletter at http://safercornwall.co.uk/newsletter-signup/
As part of the development of our new Partnership Plan, Safer Cornwall invites local people to “Have Your Say” about the community safety issues that matter on a day-to-day basis in the local area and what could be done to improve things. In 2022, the on-line survey was available on our website in July and August and a series of face-to-face events were held across Cornwall over the summer months.
These reports provide the key findings from the 2022 on-line survey.Have Your Say 2022 – on-line survey report Have Your Say Survey 2022 – Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence findings Have Your Say Survey 2022 – Hate Crime findings Have Your Say Survey 2022 – Safeguarding Have Your Say Survey 2022 – Vehicle related issues
If you wish to discuss a specific problem in your local area please contact your local Community Safety Officer, Safer Cornwall direct or your local policing team – you can find contact details on our contact page
This form must not be used to report a crime of any sort.
If you wish to report a crime, please call 999 if urgent, or use the non urgent online crime reporting service at https://services.devon-cornwall.police.uk/crimereporting/ or call 101. If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment – a text phone is available on 180 01 101.
In emergencies always use 999.
The Have Your Say survey asks residents for their opinions on crime, anti-social behaviour and other issues that have an impact on community safety in their local area. The information in this survey is used to understand the issues that matter in local communities. The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete and it’s completely anonymous.