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Community Safety Partnership

Community Safety Partnership 12 month review 2022


  • £120,000 distributed in grant funding to more than 20 organisations to support youth work and mentoring for young people
  • delivering a partnership approach to all incidents of knife crime
  • delivered and supported more than 60 community engagement events, bringing our communities together
  • successfully bid for more than £1.7m of Safer Streets funding to make our streets safer
  • developed focused neighbourhood working groups in eight priority areas
  • engagement with 800 young people across Northampton schools around signs of safety mapping and interventions


  • supported victims and tackled offenders in 39 cuckooing cases
  • achieved 100% victim satisfaction in over 100 anti-social behaviour interventions
  • over 100 interventions made by our Anti-Social Behaviour Team


  • launched Community Safety Partnership Strategy 2023/24 detailing commitment to tackle crime and disorder and anti-social behaviour
  • coordinated night-time economy interventions in Northampton town centre and launched ‘it only takes one’ campaign; two Public Place Protection Orders; and safer routes home initiative
  • organised display of the Knife Angel sculpture, community safety education and awareness packages for schools, and campaigns such as Hate Crime Week and 16 Days of Activism
  • deliver against priorities and for the Anti-Poverty Strategy; Community Safety Strategy; Domestic Abuse Strategy; Serious Violence Duty
  • formed the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Board and Domestic Abuse Strategy
  • purchase and installation of knife bins, bleed kits and delivery of training, working with Off the Streets and Northampton Partnership Homes

Last updated 31 January 2024