The South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is asking for your views on how rural crime is affecting your area. We are particularly interested in understanding what rural crimes you are most concerned about and how they are impacting your area.
Who are the CSP?
The South and Vale Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a statutory body which brings local organisations together to tackle crime, protect vulnerable people and help people feel safe. No single agency can solve complex community safety issues alone, so the CSP provides a multi-agency approach.
What is rural crime?
Rural crime is an offence that relates to farms, agriculture, wildlife, the environment and heritage sites, which are targeted due to rural location and isolation. You can view the South and Vale CSP 2022-25 plan on how to tackle rural crime here
Have your say on how rural crime is affecting your community from Tuesday 17 October until 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 November 2023.
How to comment
The quickest and easiest way to use our online comment form which is available here: https://forms.office.com/e/0kjDk2Vx9j
What happens next
Once the survey has closed, we will collate the results and review all comments made and then publish a summary report on our websites: South and Vale. The findings of this survey will inform the decisions and plans of the South and Vale CSP on how to tackle rural crime in 2023.
We look forward to hearing your views.