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Statutory Function

The Crime & Disorder Act 1998 and subsequent legislation, requires each Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnership (CDRP) to have a Community Safety Partnership (CSP), which takes on all legal, statutory and strategic responsibilities to put in place measures to:

  • prevent Crime and Anti Social Behaviour,
  • prevent the misuse of drugs, alcohol and other substances; and
  • prevent re-offending.

The Community Safety Partnership is made up of a wide range of public, private and voluntary agencies locally including:

  • Telford & Wrekin Council
  • West Mercia Police
  • Shropshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • NHS Telford & Wrekin
  • National Probation Service
  • The Wrekin Housing Trust
  • Youth Justice Service
  • Police and Crime Commissioner's Office.

All partners are working together to improve the quality of life for you by:

  • understanding the kind of community safety issues the Borough is experiencing;
  • decide which of these are the most important to deal with; and
  • decide what actions can be taken collectively, adding value to the day-to-day work undertaken by the individual agencies.

Funding for community safety projects - applications welcome for 2019/20:

  • in 2018/19 the Safer Telford and Wrekin Partnership supported 10 projects across the Borough
  • applications are welcome for projects in the community that meet the needs outlined in the Safer Telford and Wrekin Strategy 
  • if you are interested, please request the application form from
  • applications will need to be completed by 10am on Tuesday 26 February 2019.

Key Facts

  • The CSP does not replace the work of the Police or the day-to-day business of the other participating agencies, but is widely considered the most effective approach to finding joint solutions to local issues.
  • The Telford & Wrekin CSP meets quarterly, is chaired by the Superintendent, Telford and Wrekin, Local Policing.
  • The CSP is funded by the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioners Office.

Strategic Priorities for 2017/18

  • Child Sexual Exploitation.
  • Domestic Abuse.
  • 3 high vulnerability areas of Telford.

Last updated: 2.41pm on Tuesday 17 December 2019

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