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Safer Camborne and Redruth Working together to keep Camborne and Redruth safe.

Safer Camborne and Redruth strives to achieve this by working with partners to tackle crime and the impact of alcohol, drugs and anti-social behaviour. We provide a  multi-agency response, directly involving local organisations and community groups.

Camborne and Redruth awarded Safer Streets funding

Camborne and Redruth has been awarded £354,000 of funding under Round 5 of the Safer Streets scheme, following successful rounds in Falmouth and Truro. This funding was launched by the Government in 2020 in the wake of the Sarah Everard murder to help tackle violence against women and girls and anti-social behaviour. Round 5 of the Safer Streets fund will see Police and local authorities in the UK granted £42 million to develop a range of intervention to help make streets safer and to help change attitudes. Further information about Safer Streets can be found here.

Interventions to be delivered by 1st April 2025:

Progress so far (September 2023-February 2024):

Free training opportunities

Click any of the buttons below to find out more about each session and if it is suitable for you. Every session is free and funded by the Safer Streets 5 programme.

How you can help

Follow Safer Cornwall on Facebook, X & Instagram to keep updated & share them with your friends

Check out our Safer Streets training opportunities – from Bystander training targeted at professionals, the community to Healthy Relationships, hit the buttons above!

Encourage the community to continue to report crimes using the Devon and Cornwall Police website or call 101 if no internet access.

Other Safer Camborne and Redruth priorities for 2024:

Based on the evidence presented in the Camborne and Redruth Town Profile and feedback from the Residents Survey, Safer Camborne and Redruth have produced a Delivery Plan and identified the following priorities: