Community Safety Strategic Delivery Board: Community Safety Framework

Being safe and feeling safe is recognised as an important element of wellbeing that can provide the foundation for wider improvements in quality of life.

The role of Government is to protect its citizens, keep communities safe and help them to feel safe and secure, including though tackling and reducing crime. 

Community safety remains a shared issue, which must be delivered collaboratively and in partnership in order to provide meaningful operational solutions at a strategic, local council and locality level. 

The Community Safety Framework reshapes and builds on the previous “Building Safer, Shared and Confident Communities, A Community Safety Strategy for Northern Ireland 2012-17” in how to support communities to be safe and resilient through crime prevention, whilst also addressing the issues of underlying harm and vulnerability that can lead to offending behaviour.

It aims to increase community and individual engagement to share information on community safety concerns and solutions which they believe are helpful, which in turn will assist agencies to strengthen their delivery on community safety issues.

View the Community Safety Framework.

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