Safer West Sussex Partnership (SWSP)

Working to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in West Sussex.

The Safer West Sussex Partnership brings together community safety partnerships (CSPs), along with other key agencies, to provide a coordinated approach to reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in West Sussex.

Membership of the group currently includes:

Local priorities

Each district and borough CSP undertakes an Annual Strategic Assessment that identifies crime and disorder priorities using partnership data. Consultation with communities is a key part of this process, allowing residents' views to be included as part of the review for their local area.

Once all priorities have been identified, CSPs publish them in their partnership plans, which are available online through district or borough websites.

West Sussex Community Safety Agreement

The West Sussex County Community Safety Agreement is the Partnership Plan for the whole of the county. It pulls together information from the CSPs and other West Sussex agencies to provide a whole picture of crime and anti-social behaviour in the county, and shows how the partnership is working to deal with identified issues.

 
Last updated:
4 July 2018

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