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Have your say on Community Safety

Have your say on Community Safety

Published: Wednesday 1st October 2014

HARTLEPOOL residents are being urged to give their views on setting priorities for tackling crime and improving community safety across the town.

Crime Prevention news

Light up your homes against crime

Residents will be able to get advice on how to make their homes more secure at two Lights Against Crime drop-in sessions taking place in the Central Library in York Road from 11am-12pm on Monday 21st October and Thursday 24th October 2013.

Support to Victims news

International Day Against Homophobia/Transphobia/Biphobia Event 17 May 2014

Hart Gables and Middlesbrough Community Pride bring you 3 event to celebrate IDAhO 2014

Projects and Initiatives news

Volunteers have key justice role

The Restore Project has been launched in Hartlepool on 7th November 2013 which aims to bring the victims of crime and those who harmed them together to help them to move on with their lives.

Domestic Violence news

The Teesside Sexual Violence Strategy Group (TSVSG) is seeking views on its Sexual Violence Strategy 2014-2017

The Teesside Sexual Violence Strategy Group (TSVSG) is seeking views on its Sexual Violence Strategy 2014-2017

Hate Crime news

Commissioner to open diversity event

Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger will be the special guest at a diversity event that aims to bring communities together and raise awareness of hate crime on 9th November 2013.

Community Engagement news

Public invited to police presentation

Hartlepool residents are invited to a presentation by Cleveland Police bosses which will take place in the town on Thursday 5th December 2013.

Drugs and Alcohol news

Avoid alcohol when pregnant!

WOMEN in Hartlepool are being urged not to drink any alcohol during pregnancy to help give their children the best possible start in life.

Community Safety news

Concerns aired over anti-social behaviour

THE Leader of Hartlepool Borough Council has voiced his concerns about anti-social behaviour in the town to the area’s Police and Crime Commissioner.