Category: Reduce

Reduce

Delivering initiatives and engaging with local communities providing a range of projects and initiatives to tackle anti-social behaviour, crime prevention and safer neighbourhoods.

Anti-Social Behaviour

Any form of intimidating activity that damages or destroys another person's quality of life. Anti-social behaviour can make life unpleasant and lead to more serious crime. The partnership has standards that ensure victims are treated fairly and with dignity, practical support is given to address victim's needs and information and intelligence is shared.

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Crime

Delivering initiatives and engaging with local communities to reduce crime, fear of crime and reoffending.

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Safer Neighbourhoods

The Safer Colchester Partnership is committed to reducing crime, fear of crime and reoffending in the borough by engaging with local communities providing a range of projects and initiatives to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime Prevention and Safer Neighbourhoods

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Upcoming Events

< 2017 >
June
  • 19

    All day
    19/06/17-23/06/17
    Essex, United Kingdom

    Keep Safe Essex’ Celebrates Launch of New Website! www.keepsafeessex.org.ukKeep Safe Scheme logo

    The brand new Keep Safe Essex website will be going live on 21st June 2017!

    To mark the occasion, Keep Safe partners and guests are attending a celebration event at The Ideas Hub, Chelmsford during Keep Safe Essex Week 2017, 19th – 25th June 2017.

    The website will provide lots of Keep Safe information at the click of a button, including a list of the Keep Safe venues across Essex. Keep Safe members will also be able to join the free scheme online, as well as plan a safer journey close to home or further afield.

    Keep Safe is a community partnership scheme, open to people who have disability, mental health issues, learning disability and vulnerable older people, who may find themselves anxious or in trouble when they are out in a town centre or high street. By accessing an identified Keep Safe shop or business showing the Keep Safe sign, they can get safe access to a telephone to call a nominated trusted contact for help.

    Katharine Washbrook, Partnership Support at Castle Point Association of Voluntary Services, who has been involved with the scheme since it started, said, “Keep Safe Essex is delighted to be celebrating the launch of its new website. The scheme is a great example of how all parts of the community can support others to feel one step safer when they are out and about”.

    To find out more about Keep Safe and to order a Keep Safe pack online, visit the new website from 21st June

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