Safer New Forest partnership

What the partnership does to tackle reported antisocial behaviour

All calls to 999 are assessed by the police and officers are tasked according to priority. 

Calls to 101 that relate to anti-social behaviour are tasked to the police officers in the relevant neighbourhood policing team. Where identified and appropriate the details of the call are also passed to the community safety team at New Forest District Council. 

The community safety team will write to all people who report a problem explaining that we have been notified of the report. Everyone will be offered a community diary if the behaviour is something that is not a 'one-off'. 

The community safety team work closely with other agencies such as, police, housing and environmental health to support you and put a stop to the anti-social behaviour. Each case is dealt with on its own merits and as such may be dealt with by one or more of our partner agencies as described, you will be informed who is the lead contact. 

Safer New Forest strategic assessment, partnership plan and performance

Safer New Forest strategic assessment

Every 12 months, Safer New Forest is required to undertake a strategic assessment that examines both recorded and unrecorded crime, disorder, antisocial behaviour and substance misuse issues in the area of the New Forest.

Icon for pdf Strategic Assessment 2020 [2.21MB]

Partnership plan

The partnership plan is a rolling plan setting out the development priorities and objectives of the partnership and the actions it will take. The plan includes details of work and initiatives that will be undertaken in the current year.

Icon for pdf Partnership Plan 2021-2022 [2.14MB]

Performance

We maintain a a performance framework that monitors a rolling 12 month period for a number of key crime and antisocial behaviour types.

Terms of reference

The Safer New Forest strategy and delivery group partnership adhere to their terms of reference.

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