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Community safety partnership

As part of his commitment to local communities, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, Matthew Ellis 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 four priority areas set out in the Commissioner's Safer, Fairer, United Communities Strategy.

Local Community Safety Priorities 2017/18:

The partnership will focus on four main priorities in 2017/18. These are:

  • Anti-social Behaviour/Youth Violence

  • Domestic and Sexual Abuse

  • Vulnerability

Comprehensive information on the Staffordshire Moorlands Community Safety Priorities are found in our Partnership Plan 2017/18 and Community Safety Profile.

Staffs Moorlands CSP Partnership Plan 2017_18 [69KB]

Safer, Fairer, United Communities Strategy Priorities:

  • Early Intervention

  • Supporting Victims and Witnesses

  • Managing Offenders

  • Public Confidence

 

Details of key contacts for further information are located on the Police and Crime Commissioner's website or by contacting Emily Astles within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on (01785) 232246.