Community Safety Partnership (CSP)
Working to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime
The Fenland Community Safety Partnership is a 'statutory body' created under Sections 5-7 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) are made up of representatives from the police, local authorities, fire and rescue services, health and probation services. They are known as 'responsible authorities'. Other non-statutory bodies are also invited to be members e.g residential social landlords.
CSP members work together to protect local communities from crime and anti-social behaviour. They work out how to help people feel safe and how to deal with local issues such as antisocial behaviour, drug or alcohol misuse and re-offending.
Helped by partners and the local community, they assess local crime priorities every year and consider how best to deal with them. Current work themes focus on:
- keeping communities safe
- putting communities first
- crime prevention
Help and support
Helpful advice about a range of issues can be found below:
|Child Sexual Exploitation|
|County Lines (drugs)|
|Fraud and Cybercrime|
|Scams and Rogue Trading|
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.