Officers from the Safer Neighbourhood teams in B North of the division including Glossop town centre, Hadfield and Tintwistle, Gamesley and St Johns, and New Mills and Hayfield are asking residents to take part in the community survey.
People living in the areas are invited to rate the level of policing in their community and also gives them the opportunity to raise any neighbourhood issues for their safer neighbourhood teams to focus on.
It is hoped that the completed surveys will help to shape policing in the areas by highlighting how the teams are perceived by the public, how they are performing and how they can improve performance.
Feedback is very useful to the teams and can form targeted policing plans and help the teams tackle those issues that are affecting communities the most.
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The form can be completed by visiting derbyshire.police.uk/bnorthsurvey. To speak to your local safer neighbourhood team call 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire Police.