Community Safety Workstream
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About the Workstream

The group acts as a channel of communication between housing providers and the Community Safety Partnership Board. The group has looked at a range of issues -  including domestic abuse, knife crime, local partnership meetings and changes to community policing, and changes in approaches to identifying and tackling radicalisation

Who's Involved

Chair

Registered Providers

Manchester City Council

Other stakeholders by invitation

Priorities

19/20 Priorities:

  • Young people and violent crime

  • Neighbourhood policing and partnership working (developing the new LPMs)

  • Review the outcomes of the Youth Outreach Teams

  • Consider impact of allocations scheme on community cohesion

  • Link with the Manchester’s MARAC review to ensure the RPs have a voice

  • Domestic Homicide Review learning   

 

Policy Engagement 

  • ASB Case Review Procedure

  • Community Safety Accreditation

  • Domestic Violence and abuse strategy and action Plan

  • Community Recovery

  • Community Safety Strategy

  • GM Police and Crime plan

  • GMP Community Policing

  • Community Cohesion Commission

  • Youth violence & ASB

We Work With

Community Safety Partnership

Prevent Steering Group

MHPP Forum

MCC's Housing Access Board

Chair

Mike Stevens, Director of Neighbourhood Services, Northwards Housing