Community Safety Partnership
What is a Community Safety Partnership?
The 1998 Crime and Disorder Act (amended by the Police Reform Act 2002 and The Crime and Disorder Act Review published January 2006) placed a requirement on a range of organisations to work in partnership to create previously a three year Community Safety Strategy and Crime Audit now this will be an annual Strategic Assessment and a rolling three year Partnership Plan.
Members of the Chichester Community Safety Partnership (CSP) are:
The CSP are committed to ensuring that the responsibilities outlined in Section 17 of the Crime and Disorder Act (1998), which places a statutory duty on all partners to take into consideration the effects of crime and disorder, are respected in all aspects of their work.
The CSP have completed their Strategic Assessment and Partnership Plan, if you have any comments to make about crime and disorder in the Chichester District please contact the Community Safety Team. The CSP recognises that the issue of crime and disorder effects us all. A great deal of work continues to be done to achieve out targets, however it is important for us all to work together for the benefit of Chichester District, to reduce crime and disorder and make it an even safer place to live, work and visit.
Some of the initiatives the CSP and it's subgroup are working on:
For more information please contact the Community Safety Team.