Cannock Chase Council is proud of its strong working relations that it has developed with other local agencies across the District of Cannock Chase.
The Council, together with partner agencies forms the Chase Community Satafety Partnership, the District’s Local Strategic Partnership (LSP).
The Partnership Communications Strategy
Community Safety Delivery Plan 2021/22
Anti Social Behaviour Police
Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2020
Community Safety Hub
The Council’s Partnership team is responsible for ensuring that the Council fulfils its duties and roles in the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP), both as a partner and responsible authority. The team is also responsible for coordinating partnership working across Cannock Chase District.
The main role of the Partnership team is the Community Safety Hub (CSH) which currently takes place virtually via Microsoft Teams every Tuesday at 10am.
The CSH is a multi-agency meeting that has a tasking and coordinating role. It aims to improve community safety across the District by identifying and addressing crime, disorder and vulnerability issues.
The CSH tackles community safety issues that require multi-agency attention which are more difficult to address through traditional working methods. Real time intelligence is used to identify issues and problem-solving approaches are discussed and applied using partner agencies expertise and resources.
The CSH fulfils all four of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) key priorities:
- Early Intervention - tackling the root causes before they become a problem.
- Supporting Victims and Witnesses - making it easier for victims and witnesses to get the support they need locally.
- Managing Offenders - preventing offending in the first place and reducing the likelihood of re-offending.
- Increasing Public Confidence - making sure everything that happens in partnership contributes to individuals and communities feeling safer and reassured.
Referrals to the CSH are taken from all partner agencies including police, fire, public health, charities, local authorities etc . Referrals can include domestic abuse, anti-social behaviour, offender management, child sexual exploitation, mental health issues, licensing issues, planned evictions, community triggers, drugs and substance misuse etc.
To find out more about the Communty Safety Hub download a copy of the Terms and Conditions below.
Last Updated: 25/01/2022