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Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

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The Charnwood Community Safety Partnership (CSP) brings together statutory agencies and organisations concerned with tackling and reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in Charnwood and who have shared responsibility placed on them by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. 

The CSP has a legal responsibility to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol misuse and to contribute to communities feeling safe. The key role of the CSP is to identify and prioritise the community safety issues that are affecting our communities and to ensure control strategies are put in place to address identified concerns.

Each year, the Partnership reviews performance and emerging issues to enable it to set new priorities and target. The three broad themes of the Partnership are:

  • Making Communities Safer
  • Protecting Vulnerable People
  • Improving Community Confidence, Engagement and Cohesion

Community Safety Partnership Membership 2019/20

Cabinet lead Member for Community Safety (Chair)

Councillor Taylor

Charnwood Borough Council

Strategic Director of Neighbourhoods and Community Wellbeing

Vacant

Inspector, Charnwood Neighbourhood Policing Area

Inspector Mark Botte

Leicestershire Police

Representative

West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

Maddy Clay

Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Trust/Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland  Community Rehabilitation  Company

Representative

Voluntary groups

Geoff Feavyour

Loughborough University

Alvin Bailiss

Phil Collin

Loughborough Chamber of Trade

Andy Daybell

Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service

Vicky Charlton

Police and Crime Commisioner

Ivan Ould CC

Leicestershire County Council

Head of Criminal Justice

Crown Prosecution Service

Nature and frequency of meetings

The CSP will meets quarterly in the afternoon to consider performance data and reports from the lead officers for the thematic groups as well as any task and finish groups that have been established.   Each lead officer will be responsible for presenting the regular performance updates.

The Partnership will be supported by the Community Safety Team at Charnwood Borough Council.  This information, the agenda and papers will be circulated at least seven days before the meeting and late reports will only be taken with the permission from the Chair.

You will find all agendas, minutes and any other information regarding the meetings below.

CSP 23 January 2020 - Agenda Pack (PDF Document, 4.42 Mb)

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