Under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, agencies in England and Wales have a statutory duty to form a Community Safety Partnership (CSP) to tackle key community safety issues. CSP's are required to review the levels and patterns of crime and disorder in the area, and develop and implement strategies to tackle these problems. These are set out in the Action Plan below.
- Surrey Fire and Rescue Service
- Surrey Police
- Surrey County Council
- Surrey and Sussex Probation Service
- Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
- Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group
- Surrey Heath Borough Council
The Partnership welcomes funding applications from community and voluntary groups for one-off projects that help meet our objectives. If you would like to apply, please find out more information.
Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch
The purpose of Neighbourhood Watch is to help cut crime and the opportunity for crime and anti-social behaviour through encouraging neighbourliness and closer communities in order to improve the quality of life for local residents and tenants.
Please see the Surrey Heath Neighbour Watch for details of active watches within Surrey Heath.
Young Citizen provides youngsters with the knowledge and skills to lead safe, healthy lives and to understand how their behaviour can impact on others.
Domestic Homicide Reviews
The Partnership has responsibility for Domestic Homicide Reviews within Surrey Heath.
Surrey Heath Community Trigger
A Community Trigger was introduced as part of the Anti-Social Behaviour (Crime and Policing) Act 2014, from 20th October 2014. It gives victims and communities the right to request a review of their anti-social behaviour complaints and brings agencies together to take a joined up, problem solving approach to find a solution. For further information, please see below.