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The Safer West Sussex Partnership Community Safety Consultation

The Safer West Sussex Partnership brings together Community Safety Partnerships from across the six district and borough councils, along with Sussex Police, West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, the Integrated Care Board, the National Probation Service, and other key agencies, to provide a coordinated approach to reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in West Sussex.

As part of our duties, we are required to go out and seek views and opinions from all of our residents in West Sussex, to find out how safe they feel within their communities.

We routinely consult on community safety and the information you give will be taken on by the partnership, and the different agencies within it, to make sure that what we are doing is right for the people we serve.

In this consultation we are asking questions about how safe you feel in your local neighbourhood, if you've experienced crime or anti-social behaviour and what your local Community Safety Partnership should be doing to reduce crime and disorder.

We really appreciate you taking the time to fill out the consultation, which should take around 10 minutes to complete.

More about the partnership

The partnership is a multiagency group with a statutory duty to work together to:

  • reduce reoffending,
  • tackle crime and disorder,
  • tackle anti-social behaviour,
  • tackle alcohol and substance misuse,
  • tackle any other behaviour which has a negative effect on the local environment.

Our role is to add value to the work already undertaken by individual agencies or localities and look at overarching issues affecting more than one area that require collaboration to address.

The partnership also allows us to ensure funding opportunities are maximised to help create safety and wellbeing in the spaces and places our communities spend their time.

Overall, we are seeking to support safer, stronger, and more resilient communities, and we will achieve this by focusing on the particular risks and issues faced by our vulnerable residents and communities.

Alternate formats and accessibility

If you require any of this information in an alternative format, then please contact us by phone 01243 777100 or via email at communitysafety.wellbeing@westsussex.gov.uk and we will assist you. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone, you can contact us on 18001 01243 777100.

For more information about the accessibility of this website, please see our Accessibility tab (opens in new window) at the foot of the page.

Safer West Sussex Partnership logo

The Safer West Sussex Partnership Community Safety Consultation

The Safer West Sussex Partnership brings together Community Safety Partnerships from across the six district and borough councils, along with Sussex Police, West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, the Integrated Care Board, the National Probation Service, and other key agencies, to provide a coordinated approach to reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in West Sussex.

As part of our duties, we are required to go out and seek views and opinions from all of our residents in West Sussex, to find out how safe they feel within their communities.

We routinely consult on community safety and the information you give will be taken on by the partnership, and the different agencies within it, to make sure that what we are doing is right for the people we serve.

In this consultation we are asking questions about how safe you feel in your local neighbourhood, if you've experienced crime or anti-social behaviour and what your local Community Safety Partnership should be doing to reduce crime and disorder.

We really appreciate you taking the time to fill out the consultation, which should take around 10 minutes to complete.

More about the partnership

The partnership is a multiagency group with a statutory duty to work together to:

  • reduce reoffending,
  • tackle crime and disorder,
  • tackle anti-social behaviour,
  • tackle alcohol and substance misuse,
  • tackle any other behaviour which has a negative effect on the local environment.

Our role is to add value to the work already undertaken by individual agencies or localities and look at overarching issues affecting more than one area that require collaboration to address.

The partnership also allows us to ensure funding opportunities are maximised to help create safety and wellbeing in the spaces and places our communities spend their time.

Overall, we are seeking to support safer, stronger, and more resilient communities, and we will achieve this by focusing on the particular risks and issues faced by our vulnerable residents and communities.

Alternate formats and accessibility

If you require any of this information in an alternative format, then please contact us by phone 01243 777100 or via email at communitysafety.wellbeing@westsussex.gov.uk and we will assist you. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone, you can contact us on 18001 01243 777100.

For more information about the accessibility of this website, please see our Accessibility tab (opens in new window) at the foot of the page.

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