Community safety

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South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership

For the South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) we work with the Cambridgeshire County Council, Police, Fire and Rescue Service and the NHS and Probation Service, who work together to deal with local crime and anti-social behaviour issues. 

Partners meet on a monthly basis to agree action on local priorities and to share information on individuals causing anti social behaviour and/or committing crime in the District to ensure co-ordinated action. 

Further information related to the reporting of anti-social behaviour is also available.

You can find out about levels of crime in the District by viewing the county Crime and Community Safety Atlas or on the police website

The latest CSP Strategic Assessment produced by the Cambridgeshire County Council, was used to identify strategic topics and themes for the current action plan.

If you need more details relating to policing where you live visit the Find My Police Team pages.

Community Safety Partnership Micro Grants

The South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is funded by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) to award Micro Grants. 

Apply for a Community Safety Partnership Micro Grant

What are the Community Safety Partnership Micro Grants? 

Micro grants are grants of between £50 and £500 available to local voluntary and community sector groups, charities and parish councils wishing to improve community safety in their local area of South Cambridgeshire, in line with the CSP’s objectives.  The CSP has an action plan which, amongst other things, aims to: 

  • Make sure we know what makes our communities vulnerable
  • Give communities the knowledge and skills to tackle concerns themselves 

What must your project deliver? 

The activity or project must:

  • seek to improve or contribute to community safety 
  • develop the resilience of the community to crime/anti-social behaviour in some way
  • meet local, evidenced need
  • leave a legacy for the community 
  • ensure equality of access

The deadline for applications closes on the 31 March 2021.

Application timetable

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Application Received by date

CSP review meeting

Recipient advised date

Application received before 1 November 2020

Reviewed Mid November 2020

Decision advised 1 December 2020

Application received before 1 December 2020

Reviewed Mid December 2020

Decision advised 1 January 2021

Application received before 1 January 2021

Reviewed Mid January 2021

Decision advised 1 February 2021

Application received before 1 February 2021

Reviewed Mid February 2021

Decision advised 1 March 2021

Application received before 1 March 2021

Reviewed Mid March 2021

Decision advised 1 April 2021

Apply for a Community Safety Partnership Micro Grant

Funding for our Transformation Topic on Community Resilience

CSP have had confirmation from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner of the funding for our Transformation Topic on Community Resilience. Please see the below documents for further information. 

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