The Community Safety Partnership

In 'The Community Safety Partnership' section: The aim of the CSP is to make Redcar and Cleveland a safer place to live, work and visit.

The members of the CSP, in alphabetical order, are:
  • Cleveland Police*
  • Cleveland Fire Authority*
  • Coast and Country Housing
  • Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company*
  • National Probation Service*
  • HM Courts Service
  • HM Prisons Service
  • Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council*
  • Redcar and Cleveland Voluntary Development Agency
  • Safe In Tees Valley
  • South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group
  • South Tees Youth Offending Service

* Statutory Partners, also known as the Responsible Authorities Group

Community Safety Plan
The CSP produce a Community Safety Plan on an annual basis, the plan provides information on how we will deliver on our priorities in the coming year and how we have done in the previous year.

Our CSP has a strong ethos of wanting to make a difference to our community, there are strong relationships between partners, which ensure we share resources, people, and expertise and recognise that we are here to serve the people of our borough.

Community Safety Partnerships are facing extremely challenging times. In spite of this, we are committed to working together to reduce crime and disorder in the Borough and achieve the best outcomes for local communities in the coming year.

Please view the following 2016/17 Community Safety Plan
 icon Community Safety Plan 2017-18.pdf (234.78k)
Last modified: 23/08/2017 09:18:39

More information
Reducing Domestic Abuse
CONTEST agenda

Hate Crime & Third Party Reporting Centres
The CSP are committed to tackling and supporting victims of Hate Crime, Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that persons:

  • disability
  • race or ethnicity
  • religion or belief
  • sexual orientation
  • transgender identity
This can be committed against a person or property. A victim does not have to be a member of the group at which the hostility is targeted. In fact, anyone could be a victim of a hate crime.
More information about Hate Crime

In partnership with Unite Ltd, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services are now available in Redcar and Cleveland during 2015/16 & 2016/17,and include the following elements -:

Community Mediation Service
Community mediation will enable local residents, affected by neighbourhood disputes, access an independent and impartial confidential mediation service. The mediators will bring parties together to talk about issues important to them and reach agreement for the future.

Restorative Conferencing and Victim Offender Mediation Service
Restorative interventions, including victim offender mediation and restorative conferencing bring victims together in a safe environment with their offenders. The restorative interventions give victims the opportunity to ask questions about the offence and explain the impact of the offence on their lives and/or the lives of others. Through the restorative intervention the offender is given the opportunity to repair the harm of their offence.

Family Group Conferencing Service
This service helps families facing complex and sensitive issues problem solve together. This intervention can help families overcome challenges and issues such as offending behaviour, anti-social behaviour, substance misuse and non-school attendance.

Victim Awareness Raising Sessions with Children, Young People or Adults
These sessions for offenders provide an invaluable opportunity for offenders to hear and understand more about the impact of their behaviour and crimes on their victims and their wider environment

If you are interested in referring please contactJayne Gray, single point of contact in Redcar and Cleveland. Contact details below:

Email address: Telephone number: (01642) 311633

The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 came into force on the 20th October 2014. It brought about a number of new features, which include:

Community Trigger
The Community Trigger may be activated by anyone suffering from anti-social behaviour, or those acting on behalf of such a person. It can be activated by an individual, a business, or a community group, and applies to all forms of anti-social behaviour. For the purpose of the Community Trigger, anti-social behaviour is defined as behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress to a member, or members of the public and to prevent the historical reporting of incidents, and therefore appropriate use of Community Trigger, the anti-social behaviour reported must have been reported within one month of the alleged behaviour taking place; and the application to use the Community Trigger must also be made within six months of the report of anti-social behaviour.
More information about Community Trigger

Community Remedy
Community Remedy provides an opportunity for victims to require offenders to do something to help make up for their offending.
Police & Crime Commissioners

Safe Place Schemes
Safe Place Schemes are places in the community where people who need extra support can go if they need some help. This help can range from a phone call to home to ask a relative to pick them up or help with directions.
Safe Place sites in Redcar & Cleveland
Cleveland Police Safe Scheme

Cleveland Connected
Join the Cleveland Police connected to get with 'Alerts and Notices' within the Cleveland area.

Contact the Community Safety Partnership:

Jay Hosie
Improvement, Prevention & Commissioning Manager
Corporate Resources | Neighbourhoods
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council
Redcar and Cleveland House
Kirkleatham Street
TS10 1RT
Telephone: (01642) (44)4679

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