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Perceptions of Safety Survey

January 21, 2016 at 4:16 PM

Perceptions of Safety Survey

Community Waitakere has partnered with Unitec to research people’s perceptions of safety in our West Auckland communities. We invite you to share your ideas of safety where you live, learn, work or play, and whether it’s more or less safe than before. Visit and complete this short and anonymous survey. When you complete the survey, go into the draw to win a $100 PAK’nSAVE voucher. SURVEY CLOSES 29/01/16 so get in quick.

Feel free to share this link with West Auckland friends and whanau.