Consultation on Crime and Antisocial Behaviour within Camden

Closed 14 Mar 2016

Opened 29 Jan 2016


Camden’s Community Safety Partnership is made up of those agencies who work together to reduce crime, tackle antisocial behaviour and make people safer in the borough and includes representatives from the community, police, the fire brigade, council, probation and public health services. 

Each year the Camden Community Safety Partnership undertakes a crime and disorder strategic assessment that considers the reports and impact of crime and antisocial behaviour across the borough. This assessment is used to identify the crime and disorder priorities for the following financial year and develop a delivery plan to address these problems.

This online consultation will support this year’s strategic assessment and help inform the priorities for the partnership in 2016/17.  For the first time this year the Camden Community Safety Partnership is carrying out its public consultation on crime and antisocial behaviour online. This is to provide more opportunity for all people who live or work in the borough to share their views. The Partnership will continue to engage directly with people less likely to report crime or antisocial behaviour or to respond to an online consultation in order to gather their views.

The Council’s Community Safety Service will also shortly be publishing a separate public consultation on proposals around changes to the services it provides. If you would also like to respond to this consultation it will be available from mid-February on We Are Camden (


Why your views matter

Your views will help us to build a more complete picture of crime and antisocial behaviour across Camden, which may not be illustrated by reported incidents alone.

Residents, community groups, businesses and visitors are being asked for comments on how crime and antisocial behaviour within Camden has affected them over the past 12 months.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Community and living
  • Policing and public safety