The greatest success in tackling crime and community safety issues arises when local partners work together to enable the joint use of resources to successfully tackle crime and disorder and the underlining issues driving those problems
Partnership working has been firmly entrenched across the community safety and criminal justice landscape in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire for some time meaning that everyone is working together to create a safer environment for local people to live and work.
Joint initiatives include ways to tackle antisocial behaviour and enviro-crimes such as graffiti, fly-tipping and metal theft, as well as the safeguarding of vulnerable individuals or support for victims of crime.
Our key partners include Local Authorities and Community Safety Partnerships, the Local Criminal Justice Board, Victim Support, Adult and Children Safeguarding Boards, County and City Health and Wellbeing Boards, other emergency services, voluntary and community groups.
The Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is working closely with partners across the City and the County to ensure that a multi-agency approach is being used to tackle crime and disorder in the area and to bring more offenders to justice.
The PCC is assessing ways in which the drive to improve community safety and reduce anti-social behaviour, crime and disorder can be improved. You can make the Commissioner aware of any concerns in your area by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.