Residents highlight priorities
PEOPLE across Argyll and West Dunbartonshire have highlighted anti-social behaviour, followed by drug dealing and misuse, as their main issues of concern, according to the latest phase of the Your View Counts survey.
The survey, which helps determine policing priorities of communities, has been live for six months and has been completed by almost 16,000 people, with 685 of respondents living in Argyll and West Dunbartonshire.
The survey is just one of the ways in which Police Scotland works with the public, partners and stakeholders to determine the response to issues of concern to communities.
Assistant Chief Constable Andy Cowie said: ‘Residents in the Argyll and West Dunbartonshire division have identified their priorities as anti- social behaviour and disorder, drug dealing and misuse, violent crime, homes being broken into and child abuse.’
To see the full survey results or to join in, go to www.scotland.police.uk/yourviewcounts. It only takes around 15 minutes.