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Chance to take part in survey about women’s safety at night

Published: 8 February 2022

Chance to take part in survey about women’s safety at night Take part in survey about women's safety at night

Women and girls in Exeter are being asked how safe they feel in the city when out at night.

Exeter Community Safety Partnership has launched a survey in partnership with the University of Exeter to understand how females feel about their safety when out and about in the city after dark.

The results of the survey will be used to develop a ‘safety charter’ for women in Exeter.  

The survey needs to be completed by Sunday 13 February.

The survey is part of an initiative to tackle crimes against women at night. The partnership was awarded £72,565 funding to bolster women’s safety while using the city centre, particularly at night, and also implement new ways to ensure their safe passage home.

The project will run alongside and complement the work of Safer Central Exeter to tackle crime and make the city centre safer.

The voices of women and girls who take part in this survey are vital in making Exeter safer.

Whilst the survey is focused on the safety of women and girls, everyone’s views are welcomed. All responses are anonymous.

To take part in the survey visit surveymonkey 

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