The Safer Peterborough partnership is made up of statutory and voluntary organisations who work together to deliver the partnership priorities.
These organisations include:
- Peterborough City Council
- Cambridgeshire Police
- Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service
They work with a wide range of other services across the public and voluntary sector, as well as community groups.
Safer Peterborough is committed to ensuring that any member of our community can have access to information in the Partnership Plan.
It is important you know:
- The areas of business that we consider to be most important
- What we are going to do to improve in these areas
- How we will know if we have been successful
To ensure you have access to as much information, we will:
- Publish a summary of the plan in easily understood language
- Ensure the full plan is easily accessible to those who wish to see more detail than contained in the summary
- Have available on a quarterly basis our performance against our targets
- Hold at least two ‘Face the People’ consultation events to allow you to question the partnership about performance
Co-operating authorities are crucial to the success of the Safer Peterborough Partnership, they play a key part in delivering the objectives of the Partnership plan.
Co-operating authorities include:
- Cambridgeshire Criminal Justice Board
- Cambridgeshire Magistrates
- Citizen's Advice Bureau
- Cross Keys Homes
- Crown Prosecution Service
- Her Majesty's Court Service
- HMP Peterborough
- Jobcentre Plus
- Peterborough and Fenland Mind
- Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service
- Peterborough Family Mediation Service
- Peterborough Racial Equality Council
- Victim Support
Contact the Safer Peterborough Partnership
We want to know what you have to say about the partnership’s priorities and how we deliver them, you can contact us on 01733 747474 and ask to speak to the Safer Peterborough Partnership team or email email@example.com.
Please note: we do not provide a 24-hour emergency service. If you need emergency help you should call the police on 999.