community safety partnerships

community safety partnerships

An inter-agency alliance in the UK which is intended to create safer places for people to live, work and interact as a vehicle for reducing accidents, injuries and anti-social behaviour.
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In 2019-20, Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy will award crime and disorder reduction grants totalling PS8m to Merseyside Police, the region's Community Safety Partnerships and two voluntary sector organisations.
From September, six community safety partnerships across the county will no longer exist because of national budget cuts - they will instead be merged into one North Yorkshire-wide partnership.
It said that its success was down to Operation Bang - which saw campaigns with the fire service and Community Safety Partnerships.
But the Welsh Assembly Government, which has maintained funding to Safer Capital and other community safety partnerships for the areas of devolved responsibility, will not be able to take over funding for services previously paid for by the Home Office.
In conjunction with all Community Safety Partnerships across the area, the North Wales Police initiative aims to get parents, residents, teachers as well as the emergency services and local authorities working together to keep schools, and the immediate surrounding area, safe and free from crime.
It has been hailed by shopkeepers and community safety partnerships as a way of dispersing troublemakers.
"This is why we have provided Community Safety Partnerships with an additional pounds 3m per annum from 2010-11 to specifically develop and expand substance misuse treatment services for children and young people.
The Denbighshire and Conwy Community Safety Partnerships initiative is funded by the Community Safety Partnership and the Home Office.
All seven Community Safety Partnerships across South Wales are performing poorly, according to a new report.
As well as getting proof of their age,16 to 19-year-olds who sign up to the free card -organised by Community Safety Partnerships -can collect reward points to be exchanged for goods and services.
The controversial Whitehall proposals would put directly-elected public representatives in charge of local Community Safety Partnerships across Wales.
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