Community Safety Partnership

Welcome to the Cheshire West and Chester Community Safety Partnership website. We work together to make the borough a safe place to live, work and visit. In turn we help the borough to thrive. Using the website you will be able to find out more about our work, our strategy and plans, how to use the community trigger, and access our relevant documents and resources.

 

Priorities

  • Reduce reoffending
  • Exploitation
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Substance misuse
  • Domestic violence and abuse
  • Cyber crime
  • Killed and seriously injured

Latest news

Strategic Assessment of Crime and Disorder

Work has started on the latest Strategic Assessment of Crime and Disorder. The Community Safety Partnership will agree priorities and sign off the document in May 2019.

Modern Slavery

Modern slavery is real as tens of thousands of people are victims of trafficking and exploitation in the UK, but the crime can be hard to spot if you don’t know what to look for.An Unseen app has been developed to help people recognise the signs of slavery and make...

Chester PSPO approved for further three years

The Chester City Centre PSPO has been approved for a further three years from May 2019. This follows a public consultation held last year. The PSPO contains the following measures: Measure 1 – Controlling the use of alcohol Measure 2 – Deterring the use of...

Reporting crime and ASB

Community Trigger

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Domestic Homicide Reviews

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Public Space Protection Orders

Who we are

Our strategic aim is to reduce crime and disorder in west Cheshire.

The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 put responsibility on local authorities and police chiefs to meet often with other local public organisations. The aim is to discuss crime and disorder issues. Each year they look at concerns. They put a plan inplace to reduce crime and disorder.

Following Local Government Review in 2009 a Cheshire West and Chester Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnership (CDRP) was formed. This replaced any old arrangements. The CDRP is known as Cheshire West and Chester Community Safety Partnership.

Read more about our role on the about us page.

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