Wrexham Community Safety Partnership
What is the Wrexham Community Safety Partnership (CSP)?
Established in 1998, the Wrexham CSP has a statutory responsibility to undertake an annual review of Crime and Disorder, and to be aware of the nature of Crime and Disorder, anti-social behaviour, and the misuse of drugs within the county borough. The CSP will identify and implement effective actions to reduce these problems and direct resources to address them.
The membership of the CSP includes:
- North Wales Police
- Wrexham County Borough Council
- Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
- National Probation Service
- Wales Community Rehabilitation Company
- North Wales Fire and Rescue Service
- North Wales Area Planning Board (APB)
- HMP Berwyn
Working together to make Wrexham a place that is safe and inclusive
Our current partnership plan focuses on the following strategic priorities:
- Priority 1: Reduce violence against women, domestic abuse, and sexual violence (VAWDASV)
- Priority 2: Tackle anti-social behaviour
- Priority 3: Reduce the harm that substance misuse and alcohol causes to communities, families and individuals
- Priority 4: Develop our community resilience by focusing on Modern slavery, PREVENT, Hate Crime, and Community Tension Monitoring
- Priority 5: Engage with our communities to provide re-assurance and increase public confidence
For more detailed information on the partnership and our objectives under each priority, please see the attached Wrexham CSP Plan.