Drugs in North Yorkshire : Have your say this weekend

North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is asking for five minutes of your time this weekend to create a county-wide snapshot of concerns about illegal drugs.
Julia Mulligan wants to capture the views, concerns and insight of residents so she can present those to key partners and agencies involved in addressing the challenges at a North Yorkshire Drugs Summit – but we need you to act quickly, the survey is only open until 1pm on Monday to create a real-time snapshot.
The Summit, on Tuesday (12 November), was called for by Julia to understand the issues caused by illegal drugs across the county which she believes are on the rise. It will bring together organisations including North Yorkshire Police, the Public Health Team, County Council and Changing Lives.
The short survey asks what you have seen and heard taking place where you live, the impact you believe drugs are having in your community and what action was taken by the authorities if you reported it.
It can be completed at www.northyorkshire-pfcc.gov.uk/drugssurvey until 1pm on Monday, 11 November. The results will then be collated and presented by Julia at the Summit so a frank and open discussion can be had about what more can be done by working together.

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