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Community safety partnership

As part of his commitment to local communities, the Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Ben Adams has made available money to improve community safety, reduce crime and disorder and to increase public confidence.

Applications to the Proceeds of Crime Fund or the People Power Fund should meet at least one of the local community safety priorities and also support one or more of the five priority areas set out in the Commissioner's Safer, Fairer, United Communities Strategy.

Local Community Safety Priorities 2023/24

  • Anti-Social Behaviour
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Rural Crime (including burglary and vehicle theft)
  • Fraud
  • Vulnerable People

Comprehensive information on the Staffordshire Moorlands Community Safety Priorities can be found in our Partnership Plan

Moorlands Together CSP Plan [246KB]

Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

  • A flexible and responsive service Understand and deal with what matters to communities, respond promptly to incidents and work with partners to solve problems and prevent them from getting worse. This will mean that crime and ASB reduces, our roads are safer and confidence in Staffordshire Police increases.
  • Prevent harm and protect people - Prevent harm and protect people (particularly children and those that are vulnerable) by ensuring they are appropriately safeguarded and receive the help and support they need.
  • Support victims and witnesses - Ensure victims and witnesses are provided with exceptional specialist support services so they feel able to cope and recover from the impact of crime and ASB.
  • Reduce offending and reoffending - Ensure people are challenged and supported to make life choices that will prevent them from offending and perpetrators don't reoffend. Doing so will mean fewer victims of crime.
  • A more effective criminal justice system - Ensure Staffordshire Police, the Crown Prosecution Service, Courts, the National Probation Service and HM Prison Service all work seamlessly so that effective justice is delivered more quickly.

Read the full Crime and Police Plan 2021 - 2024
Find out more about the Locality Deal Fund

Domestic Homicide Reviews

A DHR is a review of the circumstances in which the death of a person aged 16 or over has, or appears to have, resulted from violence, abuse or neglect.