The people of Swindon are being asked to share their thoughts on anti-social behaviour in the town. 

Swindon Borough Council is conducting a survey on behalf of the Swindon Community Safety Partnership, which is made up of the local authority, Wiltshire Police, Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue, Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire Integrated Care Board and the probation service. 

This survey is for members of the public to feedback on their experiences of anti-social behaviour in the communities of the Borough of Swindon to reduce it in the town and improve the response of services. 

This survey will run until Friday, February 16, and the results of the survey will be published on the Swindon Community Safety Partnership Website -

You can find the survery at

A spokesperson said: "There's still time to have your say on anti-social behaviour across Swindon.

"The Community Safety Partnership, a group including SBC, Wiltshire Police and various other partners, has launched a survey to find out more about anti-social behaviour in Swindon.

"The aim of this survey is to understand where the most issues are within the Borough and if they are being reported already. Ultimately this information will be used to determine how best to combat any anti-social behaviour."