Birmingham Community Safety Partnership
Birmingham Community Safety Partnership brings together all of the public sector agencies that are working together to create a safer Birmingham and to tackle the difficult problems that affect communities.
We deal with a wide range of issues such as reducing crime and anti-social behaviour, providing support for people experiencing domestic violence, protecting you from burglary and dealing with nuisance neighbours. We listen to your concerns and do our best to respond to them. By working together with other local organisations, we aim to make our neighbourhoods even safer and reduce the fear of crime.
The Birmingham Community Safety Partnership is the statutory Community Safety Partnership (CSP) for the City of Birmingham. The aim of BCSP is for its members to work together to ensure that crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) are reduced and Birmingham is a place where residents are safe and feel safe. The authorities involved have a responsibility to work together, and in co-operation with other local organisations, to develop and deliver activity to tackle crime and disorder and to reduce re-offending. BCSP ensures a co-ordinated approach to crime reduction and community safety providing leadership for partnership working. The Partnership is responsible for helping to make sure the city meets its 2026 vision of 'Stay safe in clean, green neighbourhoods.'
The Partnership aims to achieve the following for the city:
- to increase feelings of safety and protect vulnerable people; and
- to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
For more information, visit www.birmingham-csp.org.uk