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About The Tendring Community Safety Partnership

The Community Safety Partnership changes the key priorities every year to meet the needs of the community. The CSP then put together an action plan to look at how the work achieved matches the priorities.

The Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has identified three key priorities 

1. Tackling Anti Social Behaviour and Acquisitive Crime

Identifying and support repeat and vulnerable victims. Identify hotspot locations and / or spikes in crime trends.  Improve perceptions and facilitate local problem solving to address issues.

2. Protecting Vulnerable People from Hidden Harms

Identifying and supporting repeat and vulnerable victims, educating both young and older people and encouraging proactive reporting of hate crime and domestic abuse. There will also be a clear emphasis on emerging issue of gangs and youth violence, Child Sexual Exploitation, Preventing Violent Extremism, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking and substance misuse (these are often termed “Hidden Harms).  The CSP will aim to increase the understanding and awareness of the hidden harms our communities face, and encourage those who are suffering to come forward and seek help from the partnership.Current risks within Tendring do not come from the more traditional crimes, but from hidden harms as described above.

3.Reduce Reoffending

Reduce youth offending and reoffending of adults and young people, thereby reducing instances of domestic burglary, most serious violence, personal robbery and drug offences. Reoffending affects families and communities and by reducing it we can help increase community cohesion and improve their quality of life.  The fear of crime whether real or perceived can also have a very serious impact upon people and communities.  Reducing reoffending can help build safer communities and increase public confidence in the criminal justice system.



For information on what is delivered throughout the year please see the action plan below.

Community Safety Action Plan 2017 - 2018

PFCC Action Plan 2016 - 2020

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About The Tendring Community Safety Partnership

In 1998 it was identified by the then government that in order to effectively tackle crime and disorder agencies needed to work together to tackle identified issues collectively. Community Safety Partnership's (CSP's) formerly Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRP's) were set up to be the conduit between different agencies and organisations both statutory and voluntary.

The partnership includes Tendring District Council, Essex Police, Essex County Council, Police and Crime Commissioner's Office, Essex Police, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service, Essex Community Rehabilitation Company, North East Essex NHS and Community Voluntary Services Tendring.

Working hard to make Tendring an even safer place to live, work and visit

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