Community safety is the process of bringing together organisations and the community to:
- reduce crime
- the fear of crime
- tackle anti-social behaviour
- improve the quality of life for the people of Wycombe district
Working for a safer Wycombe
Wycombe Community Safety Partnership has now developed its Community Safety Partnership Plan for 2013/14. This outlines the Partnership's priorities for improving community safety in the district. We asked people in Wycombe district to give us their views and tell us about their experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour. This helped us to decide which areas we should be focusing on in the Plan.
Based on the crime data and analysis undertaken, the following were identified as the proposed priorities for 2013/14 for the Wycombe Community Safety Partnership:
- Tackling anti-social behaviour
- Tackling property related crime (particularly burglary, car crime and theft of metal)
- Tackling domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Developing the Nightsafe Partnership
Find your neighbourhood policing information on My Wycombe
If you would like to see information about your neighbourhood policing team and crime where you live, along with other useful information and maps about council services and other community facilities in your local area, go to My Wycombe. Here you enter your address and the resulting "My Property" page will include the link to information from the Police, along with other useful information.
The Partnership has a responsibility to manage offenders and reduce their offending. The Police and Probation Service along with other key partners, work closely to manage offenders. Below are links to the Integrated Management of Offenders website pages for the Police and Probation websites.
Police : Integrated Offender Management
Probation: Integrated Offender Management
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