Community Safety Partnerships

The CRC is involved in a number of partnerships, including work with fourteen Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs), and some Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs).

The 1998 Crime and Disorder Act established partnerships between the police, local authorities, probation service, health authorities, the voluntary sector, and local residents and businesses, to work to reduce crime and disorder in their area.

The CRC is involved in a number of partnerships, including work with fourteen Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs), and some Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs). 

Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) work by:

        • Establishing the levels of crime and disorder problems in their area, and consulting widely with the population of that area to make sure that the partnership’s perception matches that of local people, especially minority groups, such as gay men and lesbians, or members of ethnic minorities
        • Devising a strategy containing measures to tackle those priority problems. This is to include targets, and target owners for each of the priority areas.
Hull Community Safety Partnership

www.hullcc.gov.uk

 

East Riding Community Safety Partnership

www.eastriding.gov.uk

 

Grimsby North East Lincolnshire Safer and Stronger Communities

www.safercommunities.org

 

Scunthorpe North Lincolnshire Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership

www.northlincs.gov.uk

Craven Community Safety Partnership

www.cravendc.gov.uk

 

Hambleton and Richmondshire Community Safety Partnership

www.hambleton.gov.uk

 

Harrogate and District Community Safety Partnership

www.saferharrogate.org.uk

 

Rydale Community Safety Partnership

www.ryesafe.org

 

Scarborough Community Safety Partnership

www.safercommunitiespartnership.wordpress.com

 

Selby Community Safety Partnership

www.selby.gov.uk

 

Safer York Partnership

www.saferyork.org.uk
East Lindsey Community Safety Partnership

www.boston.gov.uk

 

North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership

www.safercommunities.org