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Community Safety

The Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership

The Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership

In 1998, the Crime and Disorder Act placed a duty on Local Authorities and the Police to form partnerships to reduce crime and disorder in their respective communities.

Membership of these Community Safety Partnerships was further extended by the Police Reform Act, 2002, and the Policing & Crime Act, 2009, to include Local Health Boards, Police Authorities and Fire and Rescue Services Authorities, and Probation

The Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership was established in 1999 and is one of 21 Community Safety Partnerships in Wales. Its membership currently comprises representatives from the County Council, Police, Hywel Dda Health Board, Fire and Rescue Services and Fire & Rescue Authority, Wales Probation, Ceredigion Youth Offending Service, and Substance Misuse Action Team.

Community Safety Partnerships have a statutory responsibility to undertake annual reviews of Crime and Disorder. The purpose of the Review is to become aware of the nature of Crime and Disorder, Anti-Social Behaviour, and the Misuse of Drugs within the County, identify methods of developing and implementing effective action to reduce these problems and direct resources to address them, and to inform the Community Safety Strategy.

The activities of the Community Safety Partnership are coordinated on a County level by the Community Safety & Civil Contingencies Manager, Alan Garrod, whose contact details are as follows;

Address: Ceredigion County Council, Penmorfa, Aberaeron, SA46 0PA
Telephone: 01545 572012
Fax: 01545 572009
E Mail: alang@ceredigion.gov.uk

 
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