Safer Cornwall Partnership Plan

Every year Safer Cornwall completes an assessment of community safety in Cornwall, called the Strategic Assessment. The findings from this assessment, which includes findings from public consultation, are used to identify Cornwall’s community safety priorities.

The Safer Cornwall Plan provides a commitment from all those involved to work together to address those priorities with clearly defined outcomes. It provides a clear single place setting out the collective response of partners and other key strategies that are intrinsic to delivering our outcomes effectively.

 

Download PDF FileSafer Cornwall Partnership Plan 2016-19 Year 2 Refresh

 

Download PDF FileSafer Cornwall Partnership Plan 2016-19 Delivery Plan Refresh 2017_18

 

Strategic Assessment

This is the annual Safer Cornwall Strategic assessment for 2015/16 which informs the planning process for the next three years. This assessment contains information to aid understanding of the priority crime and disorder issues impacting on the safety of our communities in Cornwall. It also talks about what we have achieved in the last year, how we are measuring our effectiveness and some of the future challenges. The assessment also introduces some new areas of work and where we are in understanding and addressing them

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA) Safer Cornwall Strategic Assessment 2015_16

 

Peninsula Strategic Assessment

The Peninsula incorporates eight community safety partnerships (CSPs) and one strategic County level partnership, Safer Devon. Their statutory responsibilities and activities are set down within the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, but the partnerships essentially serve and respond to local need and delivery structures and hence there are differences in the way that they work across the Peninsula.

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)   Peninsula Strategic Assessment Annual update 2015-16

 

Other Needs Assessments

 

Alcohol

 

The main delivery framework around alcohol issues in Cornwall is provided by our local Cornwall Alcohol Strategy 2016-19,’Taking responsibility for Alcohol’.

The strategy draws on evidence compiled for the Alcohol Needs Assessment and has three overarching objectives:

  1. Enable people to make informed choices about alcohol
  2. Improve services to reduce the harm associated with alcohol
  3. Partnerships to reduce alcohol’s negative impact on communities

 

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA) CIOS Alcohol Needs Assessment 2016_17

 

Alcohol Strategy

 

 

Download PDF File  Alcohol Strategy 2016-19

 

Drugs

 

Cornwall Council and Cornwall’s Community Safety Partnership, Safer Cornwall, are responsible for reducing the harm related to drugs and alcohol locally. As such it is important to review local needs and evidence for drug and alcohol provision and assess the impacts upon individuals, families and local communities. This information is used to inform the commissioning of a range of services and system improvements that seek to make a positive impact.

 

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA) CIOS Drugs Needs Assessment 2016_17

 

 

Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence

 

Amethyst produced the first comprehensive Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Needs Assessment in 2015/16 to support the development of a new Strategy for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. This assessment underpins the current round of commissioning of domestic abuse and sexual violence services and informs commissioning decisions in other areas that impact on this area of work.

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)

Safer Cornwall DASV Needs Assessment 2015_16

 

 

CIOS Missing and Sexual Exploitation Strategy

Tackling the sexual exploitation of children, young people and adults at risk

 

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)

CIOS Missing and Sexual Exploitation Strategy

 

 

Anti-social Behaviour

 

A review of the evidence and consultation with local stakeholders has identified five priorities for tackling anti-social behaviour in Cornwall:
 Alcohol and drug misuse
 Perceptions of Anti-Social Behaviour
 Targeted Response
 Vulnerability
 Young people

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)

Cornwall ASB Strategy 2017-2020

 

 

Reoffending Strategy

 

Our overarching outcome is to:
Reduce reoffending of adults, children and young people in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly in order to reduce crime and prevent further victims. The intention is to reduce both the volume and seriousness of offences i.e. to address risk and harm.

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)

Safer Cornwall Reoffending Strategy 2016-2019

 

 

Together For Families

 

The national Troubled Families Programme, known locally in Cornwall as the Together for Families Programme, is preparing for transition into Phase Two of delivery which will involve a broadening of the eligibility criteria and a significant increase in the number of eligible families. Cornwall will be expected to identify, engage and achieve positive outcomes for approximately 4,000 families between April 2015 and March 2020.

 

Peninsula Strategic Assessment (PSA)  Together for Families Needs Assessment 2015_16

 

 

 

 

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Safer Cornwall are a working partnership involving: