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Community Safety Survey

October 23, 2014 at 10:30 AM

As you will know, there have been a number of tragic events that have occurred in West Auckland over the past few months, resulting in a series of violent deaths. All of these events, while not connected to each other, have happened in a short space of time, and they have all happened in a small number of neighbouring suburbs, including Ranui, Massey and Henderson.


As a result of these events, local agencies are hearing from some people that they are feeling unsafe and unsure of their communities. We are also seeing media articles emphasising the things that are not going so well in West Auckland and which suggest that families and communities in West Auckland are in a state of ‘crisis’.


We would like to find out from you how you are feeling about living in your community, whether you are feeling safe, what issues you might be concerned about, and whether you feel that you have enough information about what services are available should you need support. We would also like to know what you think is great about the community you live in, and what you would like to see more of in terms of programmes and services.


Please click on the link below to complete the survey.


Once you are finished forward this link to friends and whanau.

***All entries received by the 5th of November will go into a draw to win a $100 Mad Butcher voucher***

Category: Community Notices