Policing and Community Safety Partnerships Online Project Databank survey

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The Department of Justice is taking forward a proposal for an online Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) project databank and garnering information from stakeholders.

The aim is to create an online databank of information pertaining to all PCSP work which can be utilised in a number of ways by a number of stakeholders –

  • PCSP managers and members to share good practice and help future collaborative working;
  • Community and Voluntary Sector to aid understanding of PCSPs and showcase the OBA approach;
  • Joint Committee (DoJ and NI Policing Board) to enable better governance information;
  • Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs) to show the quantum and detail of projects on the ground addressing community safety issues;
  • The general public to show transparency in the number and types of PCSP projects addressing crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour

In order to help with this, the Department of Justice are seeking voluntary and community sector participation in a SurveyMonkey questionnaire via the link below. The process should take no longer than 5-10 minutes.

The survey can be accessed here.

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