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Last year, following the tragic death of Sarah Everard we asked you what types of behaviour make you feel unsafe. Over 2,000 people gave us their views which have been used to help form our Police and Crime plan.

Following on from this we now have a new non-crime reporting tool – StreetSafe. You can use it to help tell us the places where you don’t feel safe.

You can drop a pin to the exact location where you don’t feel safe. It can be used to anonymously report behavioural or environmental concerns such as:
Poor lighting
Lack of CCTV
Signs of drug use
Feeling of being followed/ have previously been followed
Verbal harassment

Since its launch in September 2021, there have been over 8,000 reports submitted on StreetSafe.

Your reports around safety are important and help shape the work we do with partners. We will better understand areas you’re concerned about and concentrate our efforts, together with partners, to make you feel safe where it matters.

Encourage people you know to use StreetSafe too.

With more reports, we are able to spot common issues around safety in certain areas.

More information about StreetSafe can be found on our website 

Visit the national police website to make a report 

Remember, StreetSafe is not a crime reporting tool. If you want to report a crime you can live chat 8am – midnight on our website or call 101.