The Harrogate District Community Safety Partnership is currently running its Spring crime prevention initiative. With crime levels continuing to remain low across the district, the focus is to maintain this and to encourage local residents to take some simple steps so that they are not a victim of crime and specifically not a victim of burglary.
We are continuing the 'Billy the Burglar' theme for our campaign which encourages people to think like a burglar, what would a burglar like and what would they dislike. By understanding what burglars look for in their target you will be able to identify any weak spots in your home's security.
The Community Safety Partnership currently has a STOP Anti-Social Behaviour campaign operating.
For information on how to report ASB click on the following link:
STOP ASB See It Report It
The Partnership also has a STOP Theft campaign operating. For more information click on the following links:
- What is the HDSCP?
- How is the CDRP different to the police?
- What has been the HDSCP biggest achievement(s)?
- How can a partnership work with so many different bodies, with differing priorities?
- How is the CDRP being funded?
- What is a deployable CCTV camera?
- Who deals with anti-social behaviour?
- Do you have any funding to help with community safety projects? How can I apply?
- How do i get to know about crime levels in my area?
Harrogate District Community Safety Partnership is the official name of our local Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership. It is a statutory partnership charged with reducing crime, disorder and anti social behaviour across the Harrogate District.
The local police force is responsible for detecting crime and keeping the peace. The Harrogate District Community Safety Partnership includes North Yorkshire Police and is responsible for reducing crime, disorder and anti social behaviour by working in partnership with a number of agencies.
Bringing together partners to tackle problems and issues that are too multi faceted for one agency to tackle alone.
By understanding what they can bring to the partnership, having confidence to share information and seeing that delivering the partnerships priorities helps deliver the partners priorities.
From both national and local government funding streams.
These are self contained cameras that can be deployed on street lighting columns and transmit images back to the CCTV control room.
Anti Social Behaviour is very wide ranging and a number of agencies deal with the different types ie littering is dealt with by Harrogate Borough Council, public drunken behaviour is dealt with by NY Police. For more information about Anti Social Behaviour please click here.
We do distribute limited targeted funding, to access more information click here.
If you click on this link you can see details of your neighbourhood including crime figures http://www.upmystreet.com/enter-location/local/l/