The Community Safety Partnership refreshes its priorities every year.
They are based upon information about crime and anti-social behaviour issues across the district and take into account the things local people consider to be of most concern.
Councillor David Jennings, portfolio holder for Community Services, said:
“We’re keen to hear what issues residents are most worried about and what should be our priorities for the year ahead. From fly tipping to antisocial behaviour we want to know.”
The public consultation runs until Friday March 8 and the information collected is then used to influence the Community Safety Plan.
For more information on how you can have your say visit www.blaby.gov.uk/communitysafetyconsultation or pick up a questionnaire at the Council offices in Narborough.