Community Safety, Crime and Anti-social Behaviour
What is being done to reduce crime and disorder and anti-social behaviour in Teignbridge?
The South Devon and Dartmoor Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership is made up of statutory and voluntary organisations working together to reduce crime and disorder in South Hams, Teignbridge and West Devon with the following priorities to reduce:-
- Anti-social behaviour
- Alcohol abuse
- Fear of crime
- Speeding traffic (anti-social driving)
The Partnership has agreed a Local Delivery Plan which sets out what action is being taken to address the CDRP priorities.
The Partnership is keen to ensure that the public are aware of how crime and disorder is being addressed within the three districts, although crime is extremely low in these areas. The latest newsletter gives information about the Partnership and projects that are taking place to address the priorities listed above
Anti-Social Behaviour Minimum Standards
The South Devon and Dartmoor CDRP are in the process of finalising a set of minimum standards in respect of Anti Social Behaviour with other partners and these will be available in early June 2010.
If you have any queries prior to that date, please contact Becca Hewitt, Senior Community Safety Officer, South Devon & Dartmoor CDRP, Community and Culture, Teignbridge District Council, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX. Tel: 01626 215873 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Devon and Cornwall police
- Devon County Council
- Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service
- Home Office
- Office for the Police and Crime Commissioner (Devon and Cornwall)
- Torbay and Southern Care Trust
- Neighbourhood Watch
Help us to help you
If you have any issues you would like to discuss with regard to crime and/or anti-social behaviour in Teignbridge please contact those listed below:-
Becca Hewitt, Senior Community Safety Officer, Teignbridge District Council on 01626 - 215873 or by e-mail on email@example.com
Rob Kingdon, Anti-social Behaviour Officer, Teignbridge District Council on 01626 - 215152 or by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org