Thurrock Community Safety Partnership helps agencies to work together to improve the safety of residents in Thurrock.
Our priorities for 2015/16 are to:
1. reduce youth offending and re-offending of adults and young people, thereby reducing instances of domestic burglary, most serious violence, personal robbery and drug offences.
2. reduce harm to vulnerable victims and safeguard them from domestic abuse, sexual offences including rape, child sexual exploitation, serious youth violence, hate crime, anti-social behaviour, cyber bullying, honour-based abuse and serious organised crime encompassing modern day slavery and fraud.
3. prevent violent extremism locally, delivering the government's counter-terrorism strategy.
The priorities were informed by our strategic assessment, a legal requirement, which identifies the scale and scope of crime, disorder and community safety issues within Thurrock.
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