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Basildon CSP - What we do

Basildon Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a statutory body required by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 to formulate a strategy to reduce crime and disorder, combat substance misuse and reduce re-offending in the borough.

In Basildon the responsible authority group, who all have a statutory responsibility to reduce crime and disorder, protect the community and help people feel safe are:

CSP's do not replace the work of the Police or the day to day business of the organisations involved, instead they are seen as clear routes for agencies to work together, delivering against agreed priorities, co-ordinating resources, achieving efficiencies and value for money.

CSP Strategy 2015 to 2018

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CSP Strategy Plan on a page
The CSP's three year strategy sets out how partners aim to improve the lives of residents, reduce crime and make the Borough a safer place to live, work and visit.

Basildon CSPs vision is to "make Basildon a safer place, to reduce fear of crime and the likelihood of becoming a victim of crime"

The key objectives set out in the strategy are to:

  • Reduce Crime
  • Reduce Anti-Social Behaviour
  • Reduce Re-Offending

With the aim to:

  • Prevent and reduce the number of victims and repeat victims in the Borough
  • Reduce the number of offenders and re-offenders in the Borough
  • Reduce levels of crime and disorder linked to identified locations in the Borough

The CSP work programme is delivered around the following key themes and agreed priorities for all the agencies:

  • Reducing Re-Offending
  • Hidden Harms
  • Gangs and Serious Organised Crime
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Early Intervention and Prevention
  • Community Engagement and Reassurance
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