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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 Mission Statement

We will work together to provide the strategic vision and leadership in the drive to reduce crime and continuously improve the safety of our residents, businesses and visitors. The partnership will focus on intervention, prevention and detection, taking a proactive approach to the issues of substance misuse, crime, reoffending and antisocial behaviour.

As a partnership we have introduced a number of services and initiatives, which continue to tackle unacceptable behaviour and prevent reoffending, including:

  • Operation Yuletide - employing a targeted approach to reducing anti social behaviour and crime with a focus on hotspot areas like the city centre in the run up to Christmas.
  • The award winning Minerva project set up to work with offenders who are sentenced to less than 12 months in prison, supporting offenders whilst in the prison and providing through the gate services.
  • Greener Neighbourhoods Hull, now a charitable trust, working with offenders sentenced to community orders over a longer period of time and including visible work in the community with a stronger emphasis on training in skills to promote greater rehabilitation.
  • Hull Domestic Abuse Partnership, a coordinated interagency response aimed at supporting victims and their children as well as working with perpetrators (Strength for Change programme) to break the cycle of abuse.

Our Strategic Aims

The Community Safety Partnership is part of a wider response to the city’s development. We will align our plans with the City Plan, the Police and Crime Commissioners Plan and the Health and Wellbeing Plan in creating a healthy, thriving city, supporting local communities, maintaining community safety and protecting the public from serious harm.

We aim to:

  • Reduce crime, reoffending, substance misuse and antisocial behaviour through effective collaboration and targeted resources and provision.
  • Support victims and reduce the risk of victimisation through a victim centric approach, a focus on outcomes for individuals, families and communities, embedding restorative practices and working towards a restorative community.
  • Provide an improved environment where unacceptable and offending behaviour is challenged and discouraged through better understanding of behaviour, early identification, support and intervention where required.
  • Improve community confidence by deploying resources using an intelligence led approach - responding effectively to the needs of our communities by targeting people and place and focusing on those incidents which have the greatest impact on the victim, families and communities.

You can find out more about our plans and how we aim to deliver these in the Community Safety Partnership Plan and Delivery model or the Police and Crime Commissioner Plan available to download below.

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

Contact us:

Hull Community Safety Partnership
33 Witham

TEL: 01482 300 300


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