The Community Safety and Harm Reduction Strategy 2020-2023 details four overarching key priorities which the partnership will deliver against over the life of the strategy.
The priorities were informed using a range of information, including crime data, strategic assessments, thematic trends and information from key partners and the community to build a well-informed picture of the issues which the city continues to face.
The overarching priorities are:
Each year a strategic assessment is completed to highlight current trends and any new or emerging trends, this coupled with local knowledge informs the priority deliver areas for each year.
Develop interventions to deter young people from committing violent acts.
Provide early interventions to deter young people from carrying bladed weapons.
Provide critical call out mediation services to reduce tensions and escalation of violence.
Deliver a risk based model of DA perpetrator programmes inside and outside of the CJS.
Apply available legislative tools and powers to increase the effective management of offenders.
Engage with identified communities to break the cycle of cultural acceptance of domestic related abuse and vulnerability.
Build confidence within communities subjected to hate crime to increase reporting and strengthen cohesion.
Work with partners to strengthen and integrate the collective response to domestic abuse.
Increase understanding of modern slavery and build confidence of victims to report issues and access support.
Targeted engagement with businesses to reduce the risk of business victimisation.
For more information, you can read the full strategy document here