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Introducing Tendring Community Safety Partnership

We would like to begin by mentioning that the district of Tendring is one of the safest places to live in the UK.

Essex has one of the lowest crime rates in England, Essex Police Division stands out as a beacon of success.
Home Office figures show that only four police forces of the 40 in England had a lower crime rate than Essex.

Although the figures are good the Tendring Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is still striving to combat crime.

What is the Community Safety Partnership?

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The Crime and Disorder Act came into force in July 1998 and required CDRPs(now known as CSP's) to be set up in each District in England and Wales. The Act placed an obligation on local authorities and the police, (amongst others,) to work together to develop and implement a strategy to tackle crime and disorder in their area.

Under the Act and the subsequent Police Reform Act 2002, Tendring District Council, Essex Police, Essex County Council, Police and Crime Commissioner's office, Essex Fire Authority, Essex Probation Service, North East Essex NHS and members of the voluntary sector have been designated 'Responsible Authorities' and are held accountable for this work.

Together they have formed the Responsible Authorities Group to oversee the development of a crime and disorder reduction strategy for the Tendring district.

Tendring is one of the safest places to live. The Tendring Community Safety Partnership has a Mission Statement to ‘reduce both the incidence and fear of crime and disorder and make Tendring a safer place to live, work and visit.'

As a result, all partners within the CSP are working hard to make Tendring an even safer place to live, work and visit.

Objectives for 2014/2015

The Tendring CSP has identified 4 key strategic themes to reduce crime and the fear of crime in the District and to improve community safety.

These are:

  1. Tackling Anti Social Behaviour;
  2. Reducing Crime and the Fear of Crime;
  3. Reducing alcohol and drug misuse within the community;
  4. Reducing re-offending is a statutory duty for all community safety partnerships and thus supports the overarching theme for Safer Essex.



Contact Us

Leanne Thornton Community Safety Manager
E-mail Leanne
Tel: 01255 686353
Mobile: 07850 090 670

Tendring Community Safety Partnership
Clacton Town Hall
Station Road
Clacton on Sea
CO15 1SE





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