South Norfolk Community Safety Partnership
Tackling crime and the fear of crime is a top priority for Government, and in South Norfolk we do this by working together with other organisations in the South Norfolk Community Safety Partnership (SNCSP). Our aim is to develop new ways of working that will tackle the reality of crime in South Norfolk.
Our Partnership Plan
The Partnership has a Partnership Plan which explains our principles and how we will work together to reduce crime and the fear of it where you live. If you would like to see a copy of the Plan, please contact our Community Safety Officer: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01508 533932.
The following organisations form the South Norfolk Crime Reduction Partnership:
- Norfolk Constabulary;
- Norfolk Police Authorities;
- Norfolk Fire Service;
- Southern Norfolk Primary Care Trust;
- Norfolk County Council;
- Us (South Norfolk Council).
Links to the web pages for some of these partners are provided under ‘External links’ at the bottom of this page.
How we tackle crime and the fear of crime in South Norfolk
A Partnership Operations Group has been set up to deliver the actions in the Crime Reduction Strategy. This group tackles all types of crime in the district. Supported by our Community Safety Officer, it meets regularly to address issues of crime and disorder in local communities.
Related pages on this website
The crime prevention advice section of the website includes information on security for your home and business, personal security and criminal damage
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, Norfolk County Council
Gives information on prevention and protection, ongoing incidents and location of fire stations.
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South Norfolk House
Norwich NR15 2XE
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Last updated on: 06 March 2013