Just two days left to complete ‘Trust and Confidence’ survey

Besi Besemar January 30, 2013

A community survey to test and establish the levels of trust and confidence in the Police and Council is now live and there is just three days left to complete it.

The LGBT Community Safety Forum is an independent elected group of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered (LGBT) people in Brighton & Hove. The role of the group is to ensure effective accountability between the LGBT communities of Brighton & Hove and the statutory authorities, including Sussex Police and Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC).

The short survey is about establishing the level of trust in the Police and Council services, including the Partnership Community Safety Team, and public confidence in reporting issues around abuse, discrimination and LGBT safety within Brighton & Hove. This includes educational establishments, care services, private business or home and will be rolled out each year to establish if the trust levels go up or down on an annual basis.

This questionnaire is confidential. There are 20 questions. The survey is set up to allow one response per person, so answer all the questions you wish to before you click ‘done’ as you will not be able to start a new survey once completed.

The survey is now live and runs till Thursday, January 31, 2013.

The survey can be accessed at:

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For hard copies or large print telephone: 01273 262220

The survey process has been independently supported by The Trust for Developing Communities.

More information about the Brighton and Hove LGBT Community Safety Foru, view:


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