| Promoting safer communities across Nottinghamshire|
Preventing crime, supporting victims and ensuring justice and fairness are all part of making Nottinghamshire Safer.
This means making a tangible difference by getting to the root of problems with the help of our police and many partners. These partners range from criminal justice, community safety and health sectors to local councils and voluntary support organisations.
You can see the work that’s being done by accessing the links to the various issues. These will keep you up to date with our aims and the progress made.
How we are meeting communities' priorities and needs
Listening to and acting on victims' views.
The Home Office unveiled Safer Streets in January 2020, opening a new £25m fund to make the streets of England and Wales safer.
Work to deliver justice and fairness within our Black and Minority Ethnic Communities.
Exploring any impact of migrating communities on public servicesm including policing, and ensuring inclusion of newcomers.
It has long been recognised that services and support for individuals suffering mental health issues fall short of what is acceptable.
Rural crime is a key priority and the PCC is working hard to build trust among Nottinghamshire's isolated communities.
The greatest success in tackling crime and community safety issues arises when local partners work together to enable the joint use of resources