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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 

Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour and Acquisitive Crime: 

Identifying and supporting repeat and vulnerable victims. Identify hotspot locations and / or increases in crime trends. Anti-Social Behaviour affects families and communities and by addressing these activities we can help improve the quality of life in the community. Improve perceptions and facilitate local problem solving to address issues. 

To reduce harm to and safeguard vulnerable victims (including Children) from: 

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Offences incl Rape, CSE, Gang related violence, Hate Crime, Cyber bullying / grooming, Serious Organised Crime to include Modern Day Slavery, Human Trafficking and Violent Extremism With a specific emphasis on: Tackling the root causes of Domestic Abuse 

Reducing Violence and Knife Crime 

Identifying hotspot locations, and / or increases in crime trends. Work with partner agencies to raise awareness of Knife Crime across the district. The fear of crime, whether real or perceived, can also have a very serious impact upon people and communities. With a specific emphasis on County Lines and Drug / Alcohol related violence.

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

CSP Delivery Plan 2019 - 2020​​​

PFCC Action Plan 2016 - 2020

Latest News

Nearly 1,000 people attend online safety events

Almost 1,000 people took part in online safety workshops organised by the Tendring Community Safety Partnership (CSP).The Walk Online roadshows are run by E-Safety Training, who delivered separate sessions for children, and for parents and

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Strategic Assessment

Please use this link to access the CSP's Strategic Assessment; Make sure you scroll to the bottom of the page where you will find the pdf

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Operation Smuggler drugs gangs crackdown 1 April 2019

We’ve arrested 54 people and seized drugs, cash and weapons as part of a crackdown on drugs gangs in Colchester and Tendring.We deal with gang-related crime every day through a combination of enforcement, engagement and education and Operation

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Parents are being invited to find out how to make sure their children stay safe online at a free training session.Organised by the Tendring Community Safety Partnership (TCSP), the sessions will be run by EST E-safety Training – who have also been

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Protect your new Christmas gifts

 Over Christmas you may have been lucky enough to have received some rather nice gifts. What did you do with the packaging? Left it by the roadside for the recycling collection? What better advert to the thief of where to find some new things to

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More than 1,200 Tendring pupils learnt about staying safe online, healthy relationships and were warned about gangs during this year’s Crucial Crew.Run by the Tendring Community Safety Partnership (TCSP), Crucial Crew workshops take place over eight

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Tips For A Crime Free Christmas

Tips for a crime free Christmas shop. The tips for a crime free Christmas shop start before you leave your house, after all you don’t want come home to find the house broken into.Garden tools securely locked away in the shed – Burglars will be happy

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Operation underway to tackle sale of drugs

An operation is underway to tackle the sale of drugs inTendring. Police activity to disrupt drug dealing in Tendring has increasedsignificantly over the past year and Operation Albatross will see even moreenergy and resource dedicated to disrupting

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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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