Community Safety Services

Isle of Wight Community Safety Partnership

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The Isle of Wight Community Safety Partnership (CSP) brings together several organisations working together to tackle, prevent and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.  Under the crime and disorder act 1998 Community Safety Partnerships are a legal requirement in every local authority area.

The Organisations which form the CSP are:

  • Isle of Wight Council. 
  • Hampshire Constabulary.
  • Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue.
  • National Probation Trust.
  • Hampshire Community Rehabilitation Company.
  • Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group.

 

Meeting dates for 2018

  • March 21 2018 Prevent Board
  • June 13 2018 This is not a public meeting- minutes will be available after the meeting.
  • September 26 2018 This is not a public meeting , minutes will be available after the meeting
  • December 5 2018 at 2 pm to be held the Riverside Centre Newport- This will be a meeting open for the public to attend.

 

Meetings

To view minutes from previous meetings, please click on the relevant link below:

  • November 30 2015 Minutes (PDF, 95 KB, 4 pages).
  • March 17 2016 Minutes (PDF, 102 KB, 3 pages).
  • October 12 2016 Minutes  (PDF, 178 KB 7 pages).
  • June 29 2017 Minutes (PDF, 215 KB 4 pages).
  • November 30 2017 Agenda (PDF,  176 KB 1 page) Minutes (PDF, 260 KB, 2 pages) questions from the public click here (PDF, 261 KB, 2 pages).
  • June 13 2018  Agenda (PDF, 1 page, 180 KB) Minutes (PDF, 5 pages 282 KB)
  • September 26 2018 Agenda (PDF, 1 page,  202.1 KB)

 

Terms of Reference

 

The Partnership priorities for 2018 are as follows:

  1. Reduce Reoffending.
  2. Violent crime.
  3. Sexual offences.
  4. Anti Social Behaviour (ASB).
  5. Domestic Abuse.
  6. Prevent.
  7. Road Safety.

 

2018 documents

 

The Partnership priorities for 2017 are as follows:

  1. Reduce re-offending.
  2. Reduce alcohol and drug related crime.
  3. Respond effectively to Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB), including Hate crime.
  4. Domestic abuse and sexual violence.
  5. Support delivery of Government Counter Terrorism strategy.
  6. Reduce violent crime.
  7. Serious Acquisitive crime.

 

2017 documents

 

 Newsletters

 

Further Information