Community Safety Partnership

The Inverclyde Community Safety Partnership was established as a way of working together, by sharing information, to ensure communities feel safe.

The Inverclyde Community Safety Partnership Strategy Group (Strategy Group) has the overall responsibility for the delivery of community safety activities in Inverclyde. The Strategy Group comprises of membership from Inverclyde Council, Police Scotland, The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Cloch Housing Association, Larkfield Housing Association and Link Housing Association, Oak Tree Housing Association, River Clyde Homes, The Scottish Ambulance Service, The Maritime and Coastguard Agency, CVS Inverclyde and Your Voice Inverclyde.

The Strategy group sets the outcomes and themes on behalf of the overall community safety partnership and monitors the progress of the work carried out by the Inverclyde Community Safety Partnership Coordinating Group and the Inverclyde Violence Against Women Multi Agency Partnership. The Strategy Group also provides feedback in relation to community safety related activity to the Inverclyde Alliance Board at least annually in addition to any issues remitted from the Inverclyde Alliance.

Our Community Safety Strategic Assessment 'Making Inverclyde Safer Together'  has identified three priority outcomes for the Partnership during the period 2020/22:

Outcome 1- Reducing violence, crime and disorder in our communities
Outcome 2-Reducing unintentional harm and promoting wellbeing and safety in our communities 
Outcome 3-Building resilient communities

The Community Safety Partnership developed an action plan to deliver these outcomes. Improvement actions include violence reduction, violence against women, fire safety, antisocial behaviour, road safety, home safety and the promotion of national initiaitve such as Crimestoppers/Fearless and Neighbourhood Watch

If you wish to contact Community Safety & Resilience you can do so by using the details within the Contacts section on this page.