Anti-Social Behaviour Victim Satisfaction Survey
Derbyshire Constabulary launches 2023 anti-social behaviour survey
Posted on 10 October 2023
After working with your feedback last year, Derbyshire Police are looking to hear from more victims of anti-social behaviour (ASB) about their experience.
If you’ve reported ASB to them in the past 12 months, they want to hear from you, through their ASB victim satisfaction survey.
Chief Inspector Alex Wood said:
Following on from the responses we got last year, we’ve looked to improve the communication that victims of ASB receive whilst their report is being investigated.
We know that ASB can disrupt lives and impact communities, which is why we want to hear from those who have reported it to us in the past year about their experience.
Please take the time to give us your feedback to help us ensure we’re giving victims of ASB the best support we can.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster said:
Anti-Social Behaviour can have a serious, detrimental impact on mental wellbeing and is unacceptable. This is why I made it a priority in my Police and Crime Plan. I’m pleased that, as a result of my Derbyshire Action Against Anti-Social Behaviour Plan, we will see an increase in police patrols and more ASB offenders will now be made to repair the damage they have caused.
It is important that we support victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in every way possible and I urge people to take a few minutes to complete this survey, which will help to improve services still further.
For more information about how we tackle ASB, please visit our ASB Hub.
Victims of anti-social behaviour can also access support from Derbyshire Victim Services, an organisation which can help with the effects of ASB by providing an opportunity to talk or link victims with specialist support agencies. To access this support please visit Derbyshire Victim Services.