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Community safety partnership (CSP)

The community safety partnership is the crime and disorder reduction group for Warrington. This group brings together key senior representatives from partner organisations working on the crime and safety agenda in Warrington.

What is the Community Safety Partnership?

The CSP is the local multi-agency partnership that has been established to tackle community safety issues within Warrington. It has a statutory obligation under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (and subsequent legislation) to work in partnership to address issues of:

  • Crime and disorder
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Behaviour adversely affecting the environment
  • Substance misuse
  • Reducing re-offending 

The partnership meets 4 times a year and is supported by a range of groups such as the Organised Crime group, Channel Panel, Hate Crime Alliance, Partnership Tasking & Coordination (PTAC), Domestic Abuse Partnership Board, All age Exploitation Strategic group, Warrington Anti-Slavery network. Along with other supporting partner agencies, some of the key organisations that make up the CSP include:

  • Warrington Borough Council
  • Cheshire Constabulary
  • Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • NHS Cheshire & Merseyside ICB
  • Warrington Public Health
  • Youth Justices Service
  • National Probation Service