We work with many partners to promote safety in Hampshire’s communities, preventing crime and disorder, protecting vulnerable residents and providing support when things go wrong. There are many ways in which our services contribute to community safety.
There are local community safety partnerships (CSPs) in each district of Hampshire. They undertake local assessments of crime and disorder and co-ordinate local actions to prevent and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
- North Hampshire (Basingstoke and Deane, Hart and Rushmoor)
- East Hampshire
- New Forest
- Test Valley
Partnerships across Hampshire
We lead or play a significant role in a range of partnerships with other agencies, such as health, police, fire and rescue, rehabilitation services and the voluntary sector; to improve outcomes in terms of community safety, health, employment and education, public protection and support vulnerable people. These include:
- Hampshire’s Supporting Families Programme
- Substance Misuse Services in Hampshire
- Hampshire Joint Adult Mental Health Commissioning Strategy
- Supporting work with perpetrators of domestic abuse
- Hampshire Youth Offending Team
- Trading Standards
- Hampshire and the Isle of Wight PREVENT Partnership
- Integrated Domestic Abuse Services for Hampshire
- Services for victims of Sexual violence
- Child protection
- Support services for children
- Safeguarding adults from abuse
Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight sets key policing priorities through their Police and Crime Plan, and determines the policing element of council tax, amongst other responsibilities. The PCC is the budget holder for Home Office community safety grants and works closely with us and other partners to reduce crime and support victims.
Hampshire Police and Crime Panel
We are a member of the Police and Crime Panel for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight which holds the Police and Crime Commissioner to account.