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Hull Community Safety Partnership

The Hull Community Safety Partnership is a body created by law to co-ordinate the resources, powers and services of local partner agencies, to cut crime and the fear of crime and address substance misuse. The partners include -

Our vision

By taking a neighbourhood approach we want to create safe, healthy environments where people and businesses can thrive.

Our work links to the City Plan, the Police and Crime Commissioners Plan and the Health and Wellbeing Plan to create a healthy, thriving city, supporting local communities and protecting the public from serious harm.

Our Priorities

Following consultation with Hull communities our priorities for 2014 – 15 are -

Reducing re-offending

We aim to focus on rehabilitation and accepting responsibility for wrong doing. There will be greater emphasis on health, education employment and training for offenders.

Reducing substance misuse

We concentrate on recovery and treatment. We now provide a new approach to tackle drugs and alcohol which focuses on prevention, earlier identification and targeted support.

Reducing violent behaviour

We are working to reduce violence and anti social behaviour. The public will be equipped to deal with issues more effectively. Our focus is on places where violent crime is highest, targeting repeat offenders and supporting repeat victims.

Supporting victims and vulnerable communities

We work with the voluntary and community sector to improve the wellbeing of victims and provide effective support and protection for victims and witnesses (for example victims of domestic violence, hate crime and anti social behaviour). 

Preventing crime

We are working with local communities, voluntary and community organisations and businesses to identify priorities and help you to keep your area safe as well as develop campaigns to support local issues and reduce crime.





Please see below the attached document highlighting the Community safety partnerships priorities for 2014-15.

Contact us:

Hull Community Safety Partnership
33 Witham
Hull
HU9 1DA

TEL: 01482 300 300

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