Following his public meeting on crime and safety a fortnight ago, Zac Goldsmith was out and about in Tudor and Kew over the weekend asking residents to take part in a constituency-wide crime survey.
Zac asked residents about their experiences of crime in their local area, and will be sharing the results of his survey with local Police and Government Ministers.
Zac said: “The survey is a useful opportunity to gather residents’ views on crime and policing in Richmond Park and North Kingston, and I was pleased to be able to speak to so many residents over the weekend. Against a bleak backdrop of rising crime across London, there is no doubt that residents’ concerns have grown. Crime affects everyone and we need to ensure that the Police and the community work together to keep our neighbourhoods safe.