Community safety partnerships (CSPs) are made up of representatives from the police and Police and Crime Commissioner, the local council, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue, Clinical Commissioning Groups and probation services (responsible authorities). Community safety partnerships were set up as statutory bodies under Sections 5-7 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The responsible authorities work together to develop and implement strategies to protect their local communities from crime and to help people feel safe. They work out local approaches to deal with issues including antisocial behaviour, drug or alcohol misuse and re-offending as well as Crime and disorder. They also work with others who have a key role, including community groups, schools and registered local landlords. Please find a copy of the Police and Crime Commissioner's Council Tax Budget Summary here for 2018-2019.
Please use the links below for more detailed information:
Derbyshire Dales Community Safety website
Chesterfield Community Safety Partnership
Bolsover Community Safety Partnership
Crime Prevention and Community Safety at DirectGov
Community Payback at DirectGov
Anti-social behaviour at DirectGov
Derbyshire Constabulary website
- behaviour that can cause nuisance and annoyance
- behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress
- behaviour which creates significant and persistent problems in neighbourhoods
- behaviour which leaves communities feeling intimidated and afraid.
Each of us can play an important part in reducing overall crime levels, by taking action to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of crime ourselves by taking on board crime prevention advice.
This can be done by making sure our homes and vehicles are secured, keeping valuables in a safe place, and making sure property is marked. We can also improve our personal safety by keeping wallets and purses, mobile phones and other items from view that are of interest to the opportunist thief.
Here is a link to more detailed Crime Prevention Advice
The Community Trigger gives those affected by anti-social behaviour, the right to request an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review of the response to their reports of anti-social behaviour. The Community Trigger should only be used if you think your concerns have not been dealt with, or acted upon, by agencies.
Community Trigger can be used if:
You have reported three or more related incidents of anti-social behaviour, within the last six months, or Five separate individuals have reported related incidents of anti-social behaviour, within the last six months.
In order to use the Community Trigger to request an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review, you must submit a completed application form. Please use the application form located in the document links section.
When a completed Community Trigger Application Form is received, we will acknowledge receipt of your request for an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review, within five working days.
We will review the information you have provided, to determine whether your case meets the Community Trigger threshold. If it does, an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review will take place.We will inform you of the outcome and recommendations of the Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review.
For a full detailed guide to community trigger please download the guidance form from the document links section.
Domestic violence and abuse affects thousands of people from all different backgrounds. It does not matter whether you are young or old, if you are religious or not, whether you are male or female.
Are the statements below applicable to you?
Does a spouse, or partner you are intimate with, or a relative:
Ridicule and humiliate you in public or in private?
Complain about you going out or having friends?
Turn your children against you or use them in arguments?
Isolate you from your family and friends and daily activities?
Deny you access to finances preventing you from having money of your own?
Swear at, push, slap, punch or beat you?
Force you to perform sexual acts or have sex?
Harm or threaten to harm the children?
Damage or threaten to damage your property?
If your answer to one or more of these questions is yes, you can now get help locally. Services are free and confidential. You will be allowed to make your own decisions. No one will force you into anything you do not want to do. Please use the contact links on this page for help and guidance.