Information about the community safety partnership, what the aims are and where to find more information.
The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 requires 'responsible authorities' i.e. Local Authority, Police, Police Authority, Health, Fire Service to co-operate and collaborate in order to:
Together with other partner agencies, the 'responsible authorities' form a "Community Safety Partnership" (CSP).
The Partnership works together to reduce the incidence of crime and disorder, tackle the underlying causes and achieve a permanent improvement to the quality of life in our local community.
The constitution can be viewed below:
Community Safety Partnership - Constitution (pdf 194kb opens in new window)
The Community Safety Partnership seeks to ensure that community safety in the East Riding is community driven and community-led, it is a place where differing communities have their needs met and people feel safe and secure.
The Partnership produced a Strategic Plan for 2011 to 2016 which can be viewed below:
East Riding CSP Strategic Plan 2011 - 2016 (pdf 158kb opens in new window)
The Partnership has three strategic themes:
The Plan is currently being updated and to inform how this will be a done the Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment will be completed.
The Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment will summarise the views of residents’, businesses, voluntary organisations, community groups and others, include data on crime levels and the use of interventions and also commentary from each partner on what they have done to deliver the strategic themes. The assessment looks at crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and substance misuse issues affecting the East Riding. We do this in partnership and the purpose is to help the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) identify priorities in making the East Riding a safer place.
The JSIA presents and interprets the findings of an intelligence analysis. The purpose is to help the strategy group (in the East Riding this role is undertaken by the CSP) develop its partnership plan.
The strategic assessment enables partners to:
The 2015/16 JSIA is available to view here:
Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment - Data Observatory (external website)
The JSIA will be completed from 1 October to 5 November 2017.
Residents’, businesses, voluntary organisations, community groups and anyone else can have their say by completing the Community Safety Survey online:
Complete the Community Safety Survey
This must be completed by 5 November 2017.
Your views will help us determine what you want all partners to deliver in the coming years. The Community Safety Partnership is the overarching strategic body in terms of community safety throughout the East Riding, but please remember that we are not able to do everything. We must prioritise our work and ensure that our resources are used effectively to ensure the East Riding remains a safe place to live, visit and work.
The Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment report, including your views, will be used to prepare a draft Strategic Plan which will be posted on this website in early December 2017 and you will have an opportunity to submit comments before it is submitted to the Community Safety Partnership for approval on 18 December 2017.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has allocated £831,330 to the Community Safety Partnership in 2017/18 to allocate to projects which assist in delivering outcomes in his Police and Crime Plan, The plan can be viewed below:
The Police and Crime Plan – Humberside Police & Crime Commissioners Website (external website)
The funding is in two equal phases. Phase one has been allocated however bids are been considered for 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21. These will be considered at the meeting of the Community Safety Partnership on 18 December 2017. £103,000 of phase one funding will be available each year through the Crime Reduction Fund for voluntary and community groups, Parish Councils and other similar groups to make bids for.
For more information about the Crime Reduction Fund, please see the relevant question on the preventing crime page .
Phase two funding is a one-off amount of £415,615 for organisations to apply for through the Community Safety Fund Grant Scheme, please see the document below for further information:
Community Safety Fund - Grant Scheme (pdf 628kb opens in new window)
There are no deadlines for applications for Phase two funding, however, once the money has been allocated, no further funding will be available. Details of allocations will be listed below. No awards have been made to-date.
Should you wish to apply for phase one or phase two funding you should complete the following application form and return it to:
Community Safety Grant Scheme – Application Form (word 623kb opens in new window)
Applications for phase one funding must be submitted by 1 December 2017. The Community Safety Partnership may allocate funding for up to three years for each project.
Minutes of the Community Safety Partnership from 1 April 2017 are listed below:
Community Safety Partnership – Minutes – 26 June 2017 (word 213kb opens in new window)
Minutes of the Community Safety Partnership from 25 September 2017 are listed below:
Community Safety Partnership - Minutes - 25 September 2017 (pdf 161kb opens in new window)
Should you require minutes of earlier meetings please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org