Since the introduction of Crime and Disorder Act over ten years ago, all local public authorities have been working together to ensure that our residents can enjoy their lives safely and without fear. The development of the suite of documents you see here is collectively known as the Community Safety Agreement. Together, with the establishment of the County Strategy Group on Community Safety, they mark milestones in our progress as a partnership.
"to prepare a community safety agreement for the county area on behalf of the responsible authorities and its' partners. Its' overarching purpose is to identify ways in which priorities might be more effectively addressed and how we might otherwise reduce crime and disorder, anti social behaviour or combat substance misuse through coordinated or joint working."
These documents represent a very real example of our shared desire to deliver the very best service to the people of Hampshire.
Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) aim to provide information and resources to help practitioners involved in, or working with, partnerships to make them the most effective possible vehicle for tackling crime, anti-social behaviour, behaviour that adversely affects the local environment and substance misuse (including drugs and alcohol) at a local level.
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