Earlier this week, Lawley and Overdale Parish Council hosted two drop-in surgeries with the local Police Safer Neighbourhoods Team. We wanted to give residents the chance to have an open discussion with our councillors and local policing officers about issues which concerned them – anti-social behaviour, dog fouling, etc.
We asked attendants to complete a survey while they were there – one survey focussed on anti-social behaviour and how easy it is to report incidents to the police, and another aimed at young people who use parks and Multi-Use Game Areas (MUGAs).
The sessions were well-attended, and we hope that those of you who joined us found them useful. We recognise that not everybody who might have liked to attend was able to do so, however.
To give as many people as possible the chance to share their views, we’ve made the two surveys available online.
Anti-social behaviour questionnaire
We are sorry, this survey is now closed. Please contact us if you wish to submit any feedback.
Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) questionnaire
1. Do you use the park or Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA)?
2. If you answered YES to Q1, what do you like about the park or MUGA?
3. If you answered NO to Q1, what don’t you like about the park or MUGA?
4. Have you ever seen any inappropriate behaviour at the park or MUGA? (Such as swearing, drinking of alcohol, drugs, littering, vandalism)
If YES, please state what types:
5. If you could improve the park and MUGA, what would you change?