Tackling crime and disorder and making communities feel safer is not just a role for the police.
Most of the services that affect crime and re-offending levels are delivered by organisations such as local authorities, the fire and rescue service, young people’s services, probation trust and the health service.
So a strong partnership approach must be central to policing – and this is something the Police and Crime Commissioner believes in. His priorities are based on the following principle:
‘To be tough on crime and the causes of crime, tackling and preventing crime by promoting an evidence-based, partnership approach to identify “what works” and how I can add value.’
The Commissioner is working closely with the following to help tackle the priorities:
The Commissioner has responsibilities wider than those relating to the police force, including the:
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