People in different neighbourhoods in Kirklees have contrasting perceptions about levels of crime and anti-social behaviour and how safe they feel when outside in their local area.
Perceptions of crime information is used alongside the police’s actual crime data to target local safety and re-assurance campaigns in neighbourhoods across Kirklees.
That local people do not feel well informed about what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency.
The council is working hard to raise awareness and communicate to local people what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency such as flooding such as posting alerts and advice on our website homepage.
That people living in North Kirklees are less likely to attend arts and cultural events.
The council has applied for national funding from the Arts Council to invest in more arts and creative events in North Kirklees.
Hello, welcome to Involve
Involve is a tool to help Kirklees Council and local public services, such as NHS Kirklees, to plan and share community involvement work - like public events, surveys and consultation.
You can use it to find past, present and future involvement across Kirklees. Involve will tell you what's happened since the work has taken place as well, so you can see what difference getting involved has made.
You can use the calendar below to see what's happening, including things you can get involved in yourself.
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Our framework for involving communities
We believe involving communities is fundamental for shaping effective services and supporting positive outcomes. The aim of this framework is to set out our common partnership approach to involving communities in Kirklees.
This section contains guides and materials to support you in your work with communities. You can access help by clicking on the boxes below.