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Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) 
Reporting centres 
Safe Place 
Taxi safety 
 See also
Road safety
Keeping children safe
 Web links

Community safety

Safe Place Safe Place - Learn more about the scheme and what help and support is available for vulnerable people when out in Hull
Herbert Protocol (link opens in a new window) - Learn more about the national scheme aimed at making it easier for the police and families to find those with dementia if they go missing
Antisocial behaviour

Report antisocial behaviour - Find out how to report antisocial behaviour and what happens after you have reported it

  Hate crime - Find out more about hate crime including how to report it and the importance of reporting it
Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) - Learn about our community safety public spaces notices
Community trigger - Find out more about the community trigger and how you can use it
Reporting Centres - Find out where the reporting centres are around Hull to report hate crimes and community tensions
Community payback

Community payback - You can play an important part of the justice process by suggesting a community payback project and see justice taking place in your community

Domestic violence

Domestic violence - If you are in an abusive relationship and are worried about your safety or the safety of your children, contact us. You do not have to suffer alone

Planning for an emergency

Planning for an emergency (link opens in a new window) - We’re working to be prepared, however there are things you can do to help keep yourself and your family safe should an emergency happen

Drugs and crime

Drugs and alcohol - Find out how to report drug dealing or discarded needles, or find out how we tackle substance misuse

Taxi safety

Taxi safety - Find out what you can do to ensure your taxi journeys are as safe as possible

Bonfire safety

Bonfire safety - How to stay safe when around fireworks and bonfires

Fireworks safety

Firework safety - Find out how to stay safe when around fireworks and bonfires

Contact us

Hull Community Safety Partnership
Hull City Council
33 Witham

Tel: 01482 300 300
Text phone: 01482 300 349

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