This website brings together the work undertaken by all partners in the City of York who are working to reduce crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour.

We hope you find the site informative and from it, gain a greater understanding of the community safety work being undertaken in your local area.

Please feed back any comments you may have about the site to, so that we can improve on what we have started as it is hoped this website will be a much used resource for practitioners and our local communities.

City of York Council

Safer York Partnership contributes to two priorities within the Council Plan: Build Stronger Communities and Protect Vulnerable People. More information on City of York Council can be found at

North Yorkshire Police

Safer York Partnership supports North Yorkshire Police by facilitating multi-agency problem solving and co-ordinating the contribution of partners to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour. More information on North Yorkshire Police can be found at

Police & Crime Commissioner

Safer York Partnership is working with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to deliver a number of projects which support both the Community Safety Plan and the Police and Crime Plan. More information on the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner can be found at

North Yorks. Fire & Rescue

Community Safety is a priority for the fire and rescue service and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue actively engage across a range of Safer York Partnership initiatives. More information on North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue can be found at

York & North Yorks. Probation Trust

York and North Yorkshire Probation Trust is a criminal justice agency, responsible for protecting the public in North Yorkshire by punishing and rehabilitating offenders. Across the county and City of York they are working to reduce crime and to help build safer communities.


Safer York Partnership engages with Health through the Public Health team within City of York Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group. More information can be found on the City of York Council Website (Public Health) or on the Clinical Commissioning Group website at

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