SaferPeterborough is a community safety partnership made
up of local organisations who work together to reduce crime and the
fear of crime in Peterborough.
The partnership is responsible for making our city a safer place
to live, work and visit. Its vision is to empower communities to
help to cut crime and reduce anti-social behaviour, which will lead
to creating and sustaining strong and supportive communities.
The SaferPeterborough team is responsible for
delivery of this vision and is structured to focus on three
- Reducing crime
- Tackling anti-social behaviour and
- Building stronger and more supportive
These priorities cover nine themes that
concern communities the most:
- Anti-social behaviour
- Domestic abuse
- Hate crime
- Road safety
- Serious acquisitive
- Serious sexual offences
- Substance misuse
- Violent crime
The SaferPeterborough team has a mission:
To lead on the creation and sustainability of strong and
supportive communities by making Peterborough a safer place to
live, work and visit.
The SaferPeterborough team has a vision:
We will do this by working in
partnership to empower communities and to cut crime and reduce
anti-social behaviour. We will consult with our communities to
address issues that concern them most and keep them informed. We
will deliver this through a partnership that is flexible,
responsive and innovative; with a delivery style that is based upon
integrity, respect and sensitivity for all.
To report a crime please call 999.
For non-emergency calls, please dial 101.
To view the SaferPeterborough Team structure, see below.
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SaferPeterborough Structure chart
(62KB, 2 pages)
SaferPeterborough Partnership Plan 2012 Revision
(844KB, 12 pages)