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Community Safety Partnership

Uttlesford District Council is a member of the district-wide Community Safety Partnership (CSP).

This page contains information about the partnership, divided into the following sections:

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The council has a community safety officer, an anti-social behaviour officer and a community development officer (alcohol and drugs) who contribute to the work of the CSP.

The CSP comprises statutory, private and voluntary organisations working in partnership to tackle crime and disorder.

The introduction of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 brought a wide range of partner organisations together and incorporates work in areas including drugs and alcohol misuse and road safety.

The CSP's approach to tackling crime and disorder is based on the understanding that we have a low level of crime in the district. The agencies involved have come together with a determination to address the causes as well as the symptoms of criminal behaviour. Therefore, the main focus of the CSP is on prevention.

2016 Strategic Assessment

Uttlesford Community Safety Partnership, is pleased to present its 2016 Strategic Assessment.

This partnership strategic assessment has been produced as the result of a comprehensive analysis of crime, disorder and community safety data within Uttlesford District. Data and information has been collated from within the partnership and in consultation with the public and other agencies representing the communities within the district. The subsequent Annual Partnership Plan (APP) is based upon the priorities identified through the Strategic Assessment, which will drive forward actions to keep the people of Uttlesford district safe.

All data in the Strategic Assessment is the latest available at the time of the publication of the report.

Safety Partnership 2016 Strategic Assessment Report

Essex Police

Essex Police was the first force in the country to sign up to the Policing Pledge which sets out clear priorities for all forces, and shapes the way the police will deal with issues and concerns. 

It also informs the public of the standard of service they should expect from their local neighbourhood policing teams. This includes attending all reported crimes, a move Essex Police has already introduced.

For more information on the Policing Pledge in Essex and to find out who your local neighbourhood policing team is and how to contact them, visit the County Neighbourhood Watch page.

Delivering the Policing Pledge - Essex Police ►


Contacts

Chair
James Taylor
T/ Assistant Divisional Officer
Safer and Resilient Communities                                                                   
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service
West Area Command - Safer Communities
Fourth Avenue, Harlow, CM20 1DU
Tel: 01376 576821
Mobile: 07826 878056

E-mail: james.taylor@essex-fire.gov.uk

Lead Officer
Angi Greneski
Community Safety Officer, Uttlesford District Council
Tel. 01799 510555