Community Safety Partnerships
The police cannot tackle the issues of crime and disorder without the help and support of other agencies. The Crime and Disorder Act (1998) created Community Safety Partnerships (CSP's) in each local authority area and their task is to work together to reduce crime, disorder, substance misuse and reoffending. These partnerships are made up of organisations including the Local Authority, Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Humberside Probation Trust, Health and other organisations.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is not a statutory member of CSP's but does provide funding for each of them to help achieve their own objectives and those in the Commissioner's Police and Crime Plan. The Commissioner can also meet with them and request reports on significant crime and disorder issues. To find out more about the work of the Community Safety Partnership in your area click on one of the links below.
View local data at the East Riding Intelligence Hub
View local data at the Hull Data Observatory
View local data at the North Lincolnshire Data Observatory
View local data at the North East Lincolnshire Data Observatory
Safer Roads Humber Newsletter - January 2020
December 2019 statistics