Every district council has a duty under the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 to establish a partnership with the Police, Fire & Rescue Service, County Council and the Primary Care Trust.
Partnership working is important because fighting crime is not just a matter for the Police, it is also about the environment, housing, licensing and how we co-operate with volunteers in our local communities.
Each Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is required to produce an annual Strategic Assessment. This assessment is used to identify issues effecting public safety in Winchester. To learn more about the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 please refer to the section on Statutory Duty.
UPDATE: Access All Areas #areyougame?
Whestival The finale for Access All Areas #areyougame?, Fareham’s summer activities programme, will be delivered jointly by Fareham Community Safety Partnership and Winchester Community Safety Partnership on Wednesday 14th August at Meadowside Leisure Centre, Whiteley from 11am to 3pm.
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WDSP Community Strategy
The Winchester District Strategic Partnership (WDSP) have identified three overarching outcomes for the Winchester District: Active Communities, a Prosperous Economy and a High Quality Environment. Winchester Community Safety Partnership (WCSP) will be making a contribution to all of the overarching outcomes but will take a specific role in the Active Communities outcome.
To find out more about the WDSP Community Strategy click here