Larne Policing and Community Safety Partnership has launched a survey aimed at identifying local issues.
Responses will help the newly formed PCSP to identify the major community concerns about problems including anti-social behaviour and burglaries.
A spokesperson urged: “We would welcome your opinion on the main issues in your area.
“Larne Policing and Community Safety Partnership would like to hear about any concerns or fears which you have in relation to crime, fear of crime or anti-social behaviour.
“We also want to hear your views on how statutory bodies, including the Police Service for Northern Ireland, could work together to make a difference to safety in your area.”
She assured respondents: “Everything you tell us is treated in confidence. Please take a few moments to complete the survey by Friday, December 7 by following the link http://www.smart-survey.co.uk/v.asp?i=62877hqhy
“We would also ask people to pass this link on to neighbours, family and friends and ask them to complete the survey as we need to hear the views of the community across the borough of Larne.”
The Larne Borough Council-led Policing and Community Safety Partnership has said it will provide paper copies of the survey to groups or individuals who request them.