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Draft Joint Community Safety Plan 2022 to 2025

Have your say on our draft Joint Community Safety Plan for 2022 to 2025.

One of our key priorities as a council is ensuring residents have a powerful voice when it comes to how their services are designed, funded, and run. This consultation is for all our stakeholders to be involved in designing an effective Community Safety Plan for B&NES

Consultation overview

Bath and Northeast Somerset Community Safety Partnership is a group of organisations working together to ensure that this local area remains a safe place. The Community Safety Partnership has identified two main priorities for keeping it safe over a three-year period: protecting the most vulnerable from harm (local priority one), and strengthen and improve local communities to improve outcomes for local people (local priority two).

Aims of the plan

This draft plan focuses on collective priorities with a shared vision, and actions that we will take to achieve the best outcomes for individuals, families and communities.

It sets out the PCC, our community safety objectives and planned activities for the next three years; identifying the key issues we will focus on in order to tackle crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour in Bath and North East Somerset.

We (the council), Avon & Somerset Police and the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner (OPCC) have worked closely together to prepare this plan, which reflects our shared priorities and serves as both the Community Safety Plan and the local Police & Crime Plan for Bath & North East Somerset.

The draft plan sets out how all partners will work together to:

  • Protect vulnerable people
  • Prevent crime
  • Build strong, resilient communities

What this means for you

This draft plan intends to address crime and disorder within B&NES, and aims to protect any individual or group of people affected by crime or disorder, whilst focusing on the most vulnerable people or groups. 

Who we are consulting

Members of the public, agencies, businesses, and community organisations.

Why we are consulting

We want to ensure that your views as stakeholders in B&NES are considered when creating the Joint Community Safety Plan.

Have your say

View the draft plan and have your say using our online form, which should take no more than 5 to 10 minutes of your time to complete.

Draft Joint Community Safety Plan 2022 to 2025

Respond to the consultation online

What happens next

We will publish your feedback on this website.