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Community Safety

Community Safety - delivering local solutions to local problems that have been identified by local people.

The Dorset Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has three key priority areas for 2016/17:

  • serious sexual offences and serious sexual offences against children
  • domestic abuse
  • antisocial behaviour
  • Domestic abuse

    Domestic violence and abuse is unacceptable and addressing the issue is a priority.

  • Sexual abuse

    Sexual violence is under-reported and has long-lasting effects in terms of physical, mental and sexual health problems for victims and families.

  • Anti-Social Behaviour

    Anti-social behaviour (ASB) can be a real issue for some communities. It is difficult to define and means many different things to many people.

  • Hate crimes

    Everyone has the right to live free from fear, prejudice and violence, regardless of their race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or any other difference.

  • Violent Extremism and Terrorism

    Dorset is still one of the safest places to live with low crime; however, the terrorist threat is serious and ongoing. You can help prevent terrorism by being alert to possible suspicious activities.

  • Public Spaces CCTV

    Information in CCTV in Christchurch Borough Council and Purbeck District Council.

  • Dorset Community Safety Partnership

    Community Safety Partnerships are committed to tackling not only crime and the fear of crime, but also the causes of crime.

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