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Information about the community safety partnership, what the aims are and where to find more information.
What is the Community Safety Partnership (CSP)?
The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 requires 'responsible authorities' to co-operate and collaborate in order to:
prepare a strategic assessment at least once a year
prepare and implement a rolling partnership plan, that will be updated each year
engage with communities.
The responsible authorities for the East Riding of Yorkshire are:
Together with other partner agencies, the 'responsible authorities' form a "Community Safety Partnership" (CSP).
The Partnership works together to reduce the incidence of crime and disorder, tackle the underlying causes and achieve a permanent improvement to the quality of life in our local community.
The constitution can be viewed below:
What are the aims of the Community Safety Partnership?
The Community Safety Partnership seeks to ensure that community safety in the East Riding is community-driven and community-led, it is a place where different communities have their needs met and people feel safe and secure.
The Partnership produced a Strategic Plan for 2017 to 2021 which can be viewed below:
What is the Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment (JSIA)?
The Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment will summarise the views of residents’, businesses, voluntary organisations, community groups, and others, include data on crime levels and the use of interventions and also commentary from each partner on what they have done to deliver the strategic themes. The assessment looks at crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and substance misuse issues affecting the East Riding. We do this in partnership and the purpose is to help the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) identify priorities in making the East Riding a safer place.
The JSIA presents and interprets the findings of intelligence analysis. The purpose is to help the strategy group (in the East Riding this role is undertaken by the CSP) develop its partnership plan.
The strategic assessment enables partners to:
understand the patterns, trends, and shifts relating to crime, disorder and substance misuse
set clear priorities for the partnership
develop the intelligence-led activity that meets the needs of the local community
deploy resources effectively and present value for money; and
undertake annual reviews and plan actions based on a clear understanding of the issues and priorities.
Can I view minutes of meetings of the Community Safety Partnership?
Whilst our new website is under construction, should you require minutes of meetings please email firstname.lastname@example.org.