Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership
Page last updated at 20 July 2016 at 09:21
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership (CSP) brings together several organisations working together to tackle, prevent and reduce crime and antisocial behaviour. Under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, Community Safety Partnerships are a legal requirement in every local authority area.
The organisations that form our CSP are:
- Eastleigh Borough Council
- First Wessex
- Hampshire Constabulary
- Hampshire County Council
- Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
- Hampshire Probation Trust
- One Community
- West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Our 5 priorities as agreed with our partners are:
1. Prevent and reduce the incidence of domestic and elder abuse
2. To tackle all forms of hate crime, support victims and encourage reporting
3. To tackle and prevent child sexual exploitation
4. To raise understanding of safe internet usage and awareness of online crime
5. To develop and implement a communications strategy to reduce the fear of crime in Eastleigh.
Our 4 priorities as agreed with our partners are:
- Antisocial Behaviour
- Vulnerable People
- Substance Misuse
- Reducing Reoffending
Read our 2016 Strategic Assessment.
Read our Partnership Plan 2016/17.
Our multi-agency team consists of our Community Safety and Emergency Planning Manager and Officer, and an apprentice. We are joined by 2 colleagues working on the Supporting troubled families, the Eastleigh Independent Domestic Abuse Adviser (IDVA) and officers from the probation service, the Community Rehabilitation Company.
Our role is to ensure a robust, holistic strategic and operational response to emergency planning, crime and antisocial behaviour. We work in close partnership with our partnership agencies to achieve this.
Contact us via the council switchboard: 0238 068 8000 or by email on CommSafe@eastleigh.gov.uk