East and Mid Devon Community Safety Partnership

E-mail: gmoore@eastdevon.gov.uk

PDF file Community Safety Partnership - newsletter Spring 2014 (2731KB Portable Document Format - 04 April 2014 - PDF Help)

PDF file Peninsula Strategic Assessment 2012-13 (902KB Portable Document Format - 06 November 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Community Safety Partnership - newsletter Spring 2012 (1861KB Portable Document Format - 30 March 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file CSP Structure Guide (460KB Portable Document Format - 06 November 2012 - PDF Help)

Useful links for keeping yourself safe

PDF file River Cottage/Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue BBQ Safety & Recipe Book (3299KB Portable Document Format - 22 August 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Prom celebrations – ensure a safe night out (70KB Portable Document Format - 09 May 2013 - PDF Help)

PDF file Peace of mind when you are away (12KB Portable Document Format - 14 July 2009 - PDF Help)

PDF file Community Safety & ASB Contact List (456KB Portable Document Format - 12 March 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Domestic Violence and Abuse Useful Contact Numbers (22KB Portable Document Format - 06 June 2014 - PDF Help)

The Government's Crime Reduction Web Site

Devon & Cornwall Police

Get Safe Online

Reporting Hate Crime

The Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership for East Devon

Following the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, various Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships were set up across the country. One such partnership is the East Devon Community Safety Partnership.  The purpose of the Crime and Disorder Act is for public bodies and other agencies "to work together to reduce crime, disorder and fear of crime locally, in order to improve the quality of life and to create a safer living and working environment".

The Partnership comprises a multi agency Steering Group which oversees the work of four geographically based action groups at Exmouth, Honiton, Seaton / Axminster ( Axe Valley ) and Sidmouth / Ottery St Mary. It also oversees the work of the East Devon Domestic Violence Forum, the Diversity Group and the Drug and Alcohol Implementation Group, the latter two of which have merged with their Mid Devon counterparts.

East and Mid Devon Community Safety Partnership Plan 2012-15

PDF file View the East & Mid Devon Community Safety Partnership Plan 2012-15 (984KB Portable Document Format - 31 May 2012 - PDF Help)

Action plans for 2013-14

PDF file Antisocial Behaviour Action Plan (34KB Portable Document Format - 17 June 2014 - PDF Help)

PDF file Domestic Abuse Action Plan (24KB Portable Document Format - 17 June 2014 - PDF Help)

PDF file Local Action Groups Action Plan (25KB Portable Document Format - 17 June 2014 - PDF Help)

PDF file Problem Alcohol Misuse Action Plan (29KB Portable Document Format - 17 June 2014 - PDF Help)

PDF file Tackling Rural Crime Action Plan (34KB Portable Document Format - 17 June 2014 - PDF Help)

Useful links for our Partner Agencies

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service

Devon Probation Service

Youth Offending Service

Devon Youth Service

Trading Standards

Victim Support

Help the Aged

Page last updated on 23 June 2014