Current issues include road safety of school pupils on Crowborough Hill, antisocial behaviour in Jarvis Brook recreation ground and speeding on certain roads such as Goldsmith Avenue, Beacon Road and Southview Road. You can see the current priorities set for your neighbourhood and see how officers are tackling the problems on the Sussex Police website.
Chief Inspector Gary Pike, District Commander for Wealden would like residents of all ages and backgrounds to complete the short survey so they have a representative view of the community.
The survey invites the public to tell the District Commander what types of crime or anti-social behaviour are a concern to you locally, whether it be burglary, theft or dog fouling. The survey also asks residents to say when they last saw and spoke to a police officer, and rate the experience.
Wealden Neighbourhood Survey closes on Wednesday 12th November.
Complete the survey here: Wealden Neighbourhood Priorities
You can view the crimes statistics in your neighbourhood and by clicking on ‘More details>>’ you can see the current status of the investigation. The website also shows you how you can contact your local policing team and see the policing priorities for your ward: