Safety Partnership

The Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership comprises Spelthorne Council, Surrey Police and Surrey County Council who work in partnership with the Clinical Care Commissioning Group, Probation Service, Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner's Office and other relevant partners.

The Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership comprises Spelthorne Council, Surrey Police and Surrey County Council who work in partnership with the Primary Care Trust, National Probation Service (Surrey), Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, Drug Action Team, Surrey Police Authority and other relevant partners.

Partnership Action Days

These one-day events are held occasionally across Spelthorne, visiting the towns of Ashford, Staines, Stanwell, Shepperton and Sunbury.

Partnership Action Days offer the public the chance to see how the Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership (Surrey Police, Spelthorne Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire and Rescue Services and Spelthorne Neighbourhood Watch) work together to tackle community safety issues such as crime and anti social behaviour.

The event offers residents and members of the business community the opportunity to talk to officers about local issues and access free information and advice about crime prevention, home security, personal safety, fire safety and health. Enforcement action such as speed checks, vehicle inspections, visits to licensed premises, truancy patrols, litter picks and graffiti removal also take place during the events.

Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership

Role of the Partnership

Each local area has to form a Community Safety Partnership (CSP) and produce a strategy with actions aimed at tackling the key issues.  Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership (the "CSP") comprises Spelthorne Council, Surrey Police and Surrey County Council, who work in partnership with the Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group, Probation Service (Surrey), Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner's Office and other relevant partners.

Spelthorne, like all crime reduction partnerships, is required to have a strategy.  In order to produce it we consult residents to decide on priorities for action and plan to tackle them.  The Partnership also monitors progress of the actions arising out of the strategy.

Local Spelthorne Partnership and Community Plan

Spelthorne CDRP is responsible for delivering the "Safer Spelthorne" priority in the Local Spelthorne Partnership's Community Plan.  It will do so through its Crime and Disorder Reduction Strategy (2005-08).

Other work

In addition, the Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership (SSSP) worked with others to develop and deliver the following strategies: