The Safer Communities at St Helens Council work in partnership with Merseyside Police and other agencies to reduce crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour.
- Community Safety Partnership (CSP), also known as ‘Safer St Helens’ is a partnership of agencies working together to improve the sense of security and personal safety in the borough of St Helens, for example working to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and domestic violence. The Safer Communities Team is responsible for monitoring the effectiveness of the CSP.
How to Access the Service:
The Safer St Helens website has plenty of further information about what is being done in St Helens to combat crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour. This includes information on how to report a crime, what is being done in your area and how to become involved in local Neighbourhood Action Groups.
Type of Organisation:
statutory (St Helens Council)
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