ARE you concerned about anti-social behaviour?

Do you feel that a particular area of criminal activity needs to be tackled?

If so, the borough council wants to hear from you.

Ellesmere Port and Neston Community Safety Partnership, of which the council is a key member, is updating its strategy and action plan.

This work will be based on the views of local residents through a consultation exercise that is taking place over the next few weeks.

An online questionnaire is available on the council website ( and paper copies are available at community centres, libraries and other venues across the borough.

This will helpresidents give their views on all types of crime from burglary and criminal damage, to vehicle crime and drug abuse.

Paul Daniels, community safety co-ordinator, said: “The Community Safety Partnership was established in 1999 and works hard to reduce the overall impact of crime and disorder within the borough, making it a safer place to live, work or visit. We hope as many people as possible will get in touch to let us know their views.”

Comments can also be e-mailed to Deadline for residents to get in touch with their comments and views is February 28.