Everyone wants to feel safe in their homes, in their neighbourhood, and on the streets.
Keeping crime down and making people feel safe is no longer the responsibility of just one agency.
Joining Hartlepool Borough Council, Hartlepool Police, Cleveland Fire Brigade, Hartlepool Housing, Hartlepool PCT, Youth Offending Service, Drug Strategy Team, Anti-social Behaviour Unit, National Probation Service Teesside, and other community and voluntary groups.
The Partnership works together to keep crime down across the town.
Using funding which is provided through the Safer Hartlepool Partnership, several projects are managed by the team based around strategic aims and objectives.
Alison Mawson, Head of Community Safety, said: “The Partnership is working hard to keep Hartlepool a safe place for people who live, work, and socialise in the town.
Crime in Hartlepool is down and the Safer Hartlepool Partnership is helping to keep it that way.
The Partnership works to:
- Reduce acquisitive crime in Hartlepool,
- To reduce alcohol related social nuisance, disorder and violence linked to the night-time economy in the town centre.
- To reduce levels of anti-social behaviour.
- To reduce incidents of domestic violence and improve joint working services in relation to domestic violence.
- To promote reassurance and improve public confidence.
Address: 8 Church Street, Hartlepool. TS24 7DJ
Telephone: 01429 405577