Southend Community Safety Partnership (formerly Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership) is a multi-agency team which brings together partner organisations including Essex Police, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Essex County Fire & Rescue Service and South East Essex Primary Care Trust, among others, who share the overall objective of ‘making Southend safer'.
These agencies work together to ensure that Southend continues to be one of the safest places in the country in which to live and work. With your assistance we can achieve even more to cut down crime and disorder.
The website contains sections on home and vehicle security and suggests a variety of measures you can take to ensure your possessions are kept safe. Other sections give important information for victims of domestic abuse, hate crime and those who have suffered from any form of disorder in the community.
Domestic violence disclosure scheme launched in Essex (Posted 07 March 2014)
Can you identify man who attacked woman in her own home? (Posted 07 March 2014)
New approach tackles truants and helps families (Posted 06 March 2014)
Firebreak helps to reignite family bond (Posted 06 March 2014)
Council's new-look website unveiled (Posted 06 March 2014)
Police pilot domestic abuse crime team in Southend (Posted 06 March 2014)
Domestic Abuse Awareness Week (Posted 05 March 2014)
"You're four times more likley to survive a fire with a working smoke alarm" (Posted 04 March 2014)
Police launch domestic abuse freephone (Updated 04 March 2014)