Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership
Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) formed in 1999 as a result of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. The Carlisle and Eden Partnerships merged in 2001 and brought together the following agencies to reduce crime and disorder in Carlisle and Eden and to ensure our communities feel safe and confident.
The partnership is led by the following responsible authorities:
- Eden District Council
- Carlisle City Council
- Cumbria Constabulary
- Cumbria County Council
- Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service
- Cumbria and Lancashire Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) formally Cumbria Probation Service
- Other invited organisations as agreed by the Leadership Group.
Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership Priorities
The Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership has a number of responsibilities, including, producing an assessment of local crime and disorder issues; identifying priority issues for our communities; and producing a plan to outline how we intend to address these priorities through our problem solving groups.
CSP priorities are:
- Violent Crime
- Anti-social Behaviour
- Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
- Alcohol and Substance Misuse
- Reduce Re-offending
The Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership will address these issues through the following task groups and closely working with our partners and communities.
The Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership Leadership Group review their strategy annually to ensure that the partnership plan remains relevant and effective. See the Carlisle and Eden CSP structure and plan (PDF: 51 Kb / 1 page)
The Carlisle and Eden Community Safety Partnership Problem Solving Group is responsible for the review, development and delivery of an Action Plan relates to agreed priorities.