Community Safety Partnership

Priorities

Priorities for 2020-2023

Looking at all of the statistical and anecdotal evidence, we have agreed to work on the three main areas below as our priorities for the next three years.  These will be reviewed on a yearly basis and a grant from the OPCC be used to fund an Action Plan to deliver these priorities.

 See the complete plan for 2020/2023 

As Partners, our core work will also remain. Emerging issues will be dealt with through our Joint Action Group and other partnership initiatives.

People

Understanding the causes of violence and coercive behaviour to provide support and interventions for vulnerable individuals and families.

Focussing on:

Domestic Abuse  - in particular to work to reduce incidents of violence with injury.  Identifying those at risk and use interventions to reduce the risk.

*Exploitation includes all types of grooming including– Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), County Lines and Radicalisation.

 

Places

Working with communities to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) by utilising available powers and resources in a targeted way.

Focussing on:

Anti-social behaviour – including Neighbour disputes and Recreation Areas

  • Illegal drug use -  including Nitrous Oxide/ Cannabis use in residential properties
  • Road safety – Speeding
  • Night Time Economy Recovery plan

 

Property

To help support and advise our communities on taking personal responsibility, by promoting good practices and using partnership resources to reduce property based crime.

Focusing on:

Rural Crime – including theft, damage and trespass.

Cross cutting priorities

  • To prevent and raise awareness of the effects of substance misuse
  • To increase Community Engagement across the District.
  • Encourage the legitimate sharing of information between agencies.