Find out what we are doing to address your concerns.
The Community Safety Partnership has a small amount of funding available to deliver projects by 31st March 2014.
For more information please see
Expression of Interest form
What we have funded
Below are examples of projects that the Partnership has endorsed during 2012/13 and that may be of interest to you in your local community.
Handyperson SchemeThis long-term project aims to enhance the safety and security of properties of potentially vulnerable members ofthe Harrogate District.Click here to access a leaflet outlining how the scheme works.To access the referral form please click here.Safer Cycling
Delivering a series of Safer Cycling / Bike ability training sessions to Children / Young People and Family's during the School Holidays to level 1 Bike ability courses targeted at Children aged 7 and upward.Additional focus on Bike security and reducing cycle thefts.Contributing towards the Road Safety Targets and the Cycle theft reduction targets.
Provision of Freedom Programme£2500Improving access to services for victims of Domestic abuse by providing a crèche for those women attending with under-5s, without this resource the potential for reducing the impact of Domestic Violence and Abuse on children at an early age is reduced.Support for victims of Domestic abuse is a core part of the Community Safety Partnership strategy.Riding the Storm£2010Help parents and teenagers develop relationships through negotiating and setting boundaries.2 programmes, each for 12 participants.Links to the Trouble families agenda.Sex, Drugs & Rock'n'Roll£2050Raise awareness of issues relating to sex, drugs & alcohol and the effect & awareness of risky behaviour and promote positive activities in the Ripon District, and promote support agencies.
Sessions to take place in Ripon Market Square aimed at teenagers.Links to CSP priorities for alcohol & drugs, risk taking behaviours, and crime prevention, and also links into the My Neighbourhood Ripon plan 2012.SAFE & Sound£1860To raise awareness with young people of the importance of personal safety, addressing issues around Dating Safety, Drinking Safety, Festive Season Safety, Cyber and Internet Safety and Sexual Health Safety.A range of informal workshops, a Personal Safety Day held in Trax for young people to visit and participate in a range of activities, and the information will be cascaded to all young people through schools and Youth Clubs.Clear link to risk taking behaviour in young people.
Already funded in 2013/14:Forest Lane Community Tidy-Up£464.50Work with residents & landscape team to clear untidy areas and re-plant to suit the needs of the neighbourhood, create attractive tidy green spaces.Aim to reduce ASB and make a happier community that looks after the area they live in and work as a partnership.Other FundingThe Partnership has furthered funded staff posts, resources and equipment that contribute towards helpingto tackle the Partnership's priorities.Money is drawn down to assist the work of the thematic and problem solving groups, that contributestowards building safer communities.To view some of the projects that the partnerships has funded in previous years please click here.