Chiswick Police launch crime survey to help them ‘provide a better service’

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Anonymous survey will ‘help police to service Chiswick better’

Chiswick Police are asking local people to take part in a crime survey of Chiswick, as part of the ‘Safer Neighbourhoods’ team’s plans to tackle crime in Chiswick.

The anonymous survey, which consists of 11 questions, asks about residents’ perceptions of the Metropolitan Police Service, especially within the Chiswick area. According to the Met, feedback from Chiswick residents will help them to improve their understanding of the community, which in turn will help them to improve their service.

Announcing the survey on X, formerly Twitter, MPSChiswick said:

“Your Chiswick Safer Neighbourhood Team are putting together a set of operations for various crimes over the next few weeks with a focus on vehicle crime.

“We’d love to hear your views on the link below if you can spare a few minutes!”

You can fill out the survey online at