Community Safety

Community Safety Survey Results

Summary analytical results of the recent community safety survey are now available.

You can download the Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Survey Summary (PDF, 147KB), and the Supporting Document (PDF, 263KB).

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Safer Haringey Partnership

Partnerships were introduced in England and Wales to collectively prevent and reduce crime, concern about crime and anti-social behaviour. The statutory partners include the local authority, police, probation, fire service and health services, working with residents and local businesses. The partners are committed to delivering against a number of key objectives set out in the Community Safety Strategy 2013-17 (PDF, 3MB).

Key Objectives

  • Rebuild and improve public confidence in policing and maintaining community safety
  • Prevent and minimise gang-related activity and victimisation
  • Break the cycle of domestic and gender-based abuse by working in partnership to promote healthy and safe relationships
  • Reduce re-offending with a focus on 16-24 year olds
  • Prevent and reduce acquisitive crime and anti-social behaviour (to include residential burglary, personal robbery, vehicle crime, fraud and theft)
  • Deliver the PREVENT strategy in Haringey
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Community Safety and Engagement Team