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Respect for Nottingham Surveys

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Respect for Nottingham survey (2017)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 15/02/2018
Description

This report contains a summary of the findings from the `Respect for Nottingham' survey commissioned by the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership and conducted by Information by Design (IbyD) with fieldwork undertaken in between October and December 2017. The survey was undertaken to explore the views and opinions of residents about their local area and the city centre in relation to aspects of anti-social behaviour (ASB), crime and community safety and the strategic partnership between Nottinghamshire Police and Nottingham City Council.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham Survey (2016)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 30/01/2017
Description

The Respect Survey 2014 was conducted through face-to-face interviews with a random sample of city residents. The survey is undertaken annually to explore the views and opinions of local residents about anti-social behaviour, crime, community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council. The findings are used to show how we are performing against a range of indicators and also provide valuable information for the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership Strategic Assessment and Partnership Plan.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham Survey (2014)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 09/04/2015
Description

The Respect Survey 2014 was conducted through face-to-face interviews with a random sample of city residents. The survey is undertaken annually to explore the views and opinions of local residents about anti-social behaviour, crime, community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council. The findings are used to show how we are performing against a range of indicators and also provide valuable information for the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership Strategic Assessment and Partnership Plan.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham Survey (2015)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 30/01/2015
Description

The Respect Survey 2015 was conducted through face-to-face interviews with a random sample of city residents. The survey is undertaken annually to explore the views and opinions of local residents about anti-social behaviour, crime, community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council. The findings are used to show how we are performing against a range of indicators and also provide valuable information for the Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership Strategic Assessment and Partnership Plan.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham survey (2013)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/03/2014
Description

This report contains a summary of the findings from the `Respect for Nottingham' survey commissioned by the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership and conducted by Information by Design (IbyD), with fieldwork undertaken in November and December 2013. The survey was undertaken to explore the views and opinions of local residents about their local area and the city centre in relation to aspects of anti-social behaviour (ASB), crime and community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham survey (2012)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/03/2013
Description

This report contains a summary of the findings from the `Respect for Nottingham' survey commissioned by the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership and conducted by Information by Design (IbyD) with fieldwork undertaken in November and December 2012. The survey was undertaken to explore the views and opinions of local residents about their local area and the city centre in relation to aspects of anti-social behaviour (ASB), crime and community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council.

Places: Nottingham City

Respect for Nottingham survey (2011)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/03/2012
Description

This report contains a summary of the findings from the 'Respect for Nottingham' survey commissioned by the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership and conducted by Information by Design (IbyD) in 2011. The survey was undertaken to explore the views and opinions of local residents about their local area and the city centre in relation to aspects of anti-social behaviour (ASB), crime and community safety and the strategic partnership between the Police and Council. The fieldwork was undertaken during November and December 2011.

Places: Nottingham City