No one should feel unsafe in their community.
That is why North Wales Police are supporting the StreetSafe pilot.
StreetSafe is a new tool on the Police UK website that allows members of the public to anonymously pinpoint places that make them feel unsafe and say why.
Now, North Wales Police are encouraging the public to tell them about places in north Wales that they are concerned about, so that they can work together with partners to make the area a safer place to be.
The service allows anyone to anonymously tell the police about public places where they have felt or feel unsafe, because of environmental issues, e.g. street lighting, abandoned buildings or vandalism and/or because of some behaviours, e.g. being followed or verbally abused.
Please note: 'StreetSafe' is not for reporting crime or incidents, which should be reported in the usual way, using 999 for emergencies or 101 for other non-urgent incidents. A live chat service is also available on the North Wales Police website.
To find out more or to use the service, visit https://www.police.uk/pu/notices/streetsafe/street-safe