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'Safer Camborne' Group Asks For Feedback
8:00am 11th November 2012
A group set up to cut crime and anti-social behvaiour in Camborne has asked locals "how safe do you feel?"
'Safer Camborne' has been focussing on stuff like high-strength booze, graffiti and upping patrols in the town.
The multi-agency initiative has secured the voluntary removal of high strength alcohol in three litre bottles in all of the town's off licences, in a bid to cut drinking in the streets.
Now, residents have been invited to give feeback in an online survey here.8:00am 11th November 2012
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