The East Riding Community Safety Partnership is committed to making sure East Riding is a safe place to live and work. We offer advice on preventing and reporting crime and anti-social behaviour, dealing with drug and alcohol addiction and helping victims of domestic abuse.
Information about what anti-social behaviour is, what we do, how to report it, what to do if you have fallen out with your neighbour, problems with ball games, graffiti, no drinking zones, dispersal orders and where to get further information.
What adult and children services can do to help with domestic violence and what prevention of domestic abuse is.
How to keep you and your property safe, protecting your car or van, safety on the Internet, protecting your business, getting involved with your Neighbourhood Watch group. Explains what Farm Watch and Pub Watch are, how we help victims and prevention of terrorism.
Information on ways of reporting crimes, what to do if you are suffering from harassment, what hate crime is, ideas for community payback, problems with ten-foot/alley and how your area is policed.
What to do if you get in trouble with the law and you have a drug problem and how to get help with tackling your drug and alcohol problem.
This page contains information about applying for a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
What a Neighbourhood Watch group is, where the groups are in the East Riding and how to set up a new Neighbourhood Watch group.