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 neighbourhoods to help cut crime and reduce anti social behaviour, which will create and sustain strong and supportive communities.
The SaferPeterborough team is responsible for delivery of this vision and is structured to focus on three priority areas:
Tackling anti-social behaviour and hate crime
Building stronger and more supportive communities
These priorities cover nine themes that concern communities the most:
Serious acqusitive crime
Serious sexual offences
The SaferPeterborough team also supports council departments in ensuring that the council discharges all its statutory and legislative duties in relation to the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
Further information is available from the SaferPeterborough website.