'Adopt a Street' Initiative

This survey aims to record all of the streets involved in the 'Adopt a Street' initiative in order to perform analysis on the performance of the initiative in reducing incidents in that area.

'Adopt a Street' initiative was introduced by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service in 2012. The scheme has many volunteers across Liverpool District , including schools, community groups and businesses as well as many local residents, all committed to reducing Anti-Social Behaviour Fires in their area.

'Adopt a Street' encourages local people to volunteer to care for their communities and local environment through spreading fire safety messages within the street they have adopted and encouraging people to put wheelie bins away. They will also keep an eye out for derelict buildings and fly-tipping in their area which can leave piles of rubbish that could be set on fire.

Please fill in your details so we can make a record of all the streets and persons involved in the 'Adopt a Street' initiative.
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON ADOPTING MORE THAN ONE STREET, PLEASE COMPLETE A SEPARATE SURVEY FOR EACH LOCATION

Please note that all questions are mandatory.

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