PCSP projects up for recognition in Community Safety Awards
24 May 2019
Policing and Community Safety Partnerships spend their time finding better ways to deliver good policing and community safety and this year, for the first time, their work is being recognised at the PCSP Community Safety Awards.
PCSPs work with communities and other organisations to help ensure that the voices of local people are heard on policing and community safety issues. Their work delivering hundreds of outreach initiatives means that community safety is being improved and confidence in policing increased.
PCSP Chair Councillor Sandra Duffy said it was fantastic for the work of the PCSP to be officially recognised. “We’re delighted to be recognised for the efforts we have made to deliver important projects and initiatives to help make our community safer. The projects we are nominated for are: The Community Safety Wardens for Outstanding Impact in Tackling ASB; ‘Recruited’ short film for contribution to embedding a culture of lawfulness; Our Multi-Agency Support Hub for Excellence in Collaboration.
“We don’t work alone, and continue to collaborate with other organisations and groups to find innovative ways to deliver vital messages, educate people on key areas and encourage the community to support policing.”