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14th Oct 21
A new online mapping tool has been launched to allow members of the public to flag areas in their communities where they feel unsafe – and the Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is keen to hear your views.
The StreetSafe map, launched in September by the Home Office and the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) will collect data and allow police to understand specific concerns and use the information to make decisions on safety in the local community.
The app provides the facility to allow people to report where they felt unsafe and why. Reports are anonymous and data gathered from this will be used by The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s Office where there are trends to work with both Police and Local Authorities to resolve them.
Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is keen for members of the public – in particular women and girls – to use the online tool to help contribute data to inform the decision-making process.
To visit StreetSafe, please click here.