Capacity Building to Support Incident Response in the Community Project: Residents Survey

Closed 4 Mar 2022

Opened 14 Feb 2022

Overview

With the Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) funding, Lewisham Council have formed a partnership made up of internal and external stakeholders who wish to partner with communities to:

  • Understand local issues and challenges,
  • Allow for the development of trauma informed approaches through the provision of clinical support,
  • Strengthen skills and assist in building cohesive communities

This MOPAC developed survey aims to give people living in the communities that we are focusing on an opportunity to describe their experiences and views of living in their local area. Your views and experiences are a very important part of our understanding of perceptions of violence in your neighbourhood, and will help us not only to understand local issues concerning serious violence (and any recent changes in those issues), but to make recommendations about steps that might be taken to address some of these issues. Without your feedback, it would be more difficult for us to understand some of these trends in violence and the impacts that this might have had in your neighbourhood.

Why your views matter

Your views and experiences are a very important part of our understanding of perceptions of violence in your neighbourhood, and will help us not only to understand local issues concerning serious violence (and any recent changes in those issues), but to make recommendations about steps that might be taken to address some of these issues. Without your feedback, it would be more difficult for us to understand some of these trends in violence and the impacts that this might have had in your neighbourhood.

Areas

  • Catford South
  • Lewisham Central
  • New Cross
  • Rushey Green

Audiences

  • Lewisham residents

Interests

  • Crime and safety