Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) & Environmental Crime

To prevent and reduce ASB and Environmental Crime within the borough, in accordance with the 2017 – 2020 Safer Croydon Strategy, including responsibility for drug and alcohol related antisocial behaviour and crime, rowdy and inconsiderate behaviour, street drinking and begging, vehicle nuisance, fly tipping and arson. 

The Board is also expected to have an evidence-based action plan and to monitor progress against actions identified, as well as a scrutinising and monitoring role. 

Frequency of Meetings: Every 2 months (TBC)

CVSA Reps: 1

Chair: TBC


 

Confidence and Community Engagement Programme Board

The focus of this programme board is on building public confidence in local partners to prevent and reduce crime and disorder and identifying the priorities and concerns of local communities. Improving hate crime reporting and building resilience to extremism. 

The Board is also expected to have an evidence-based action plan and to monitor progress against actions identified, as well as a scrutinising and monitoring role. 

Frequency of Meetings: Every 2 months (TBC)

CVSA Reps: 1

Chair: Steven Wright, Croydon Police


Domestic and Sexual Violence Programme Board

Responsible for leading on the coordination of partnership activity to focus delivery of the Partnership’s strategic outcomes linked to the 2015-18 Domestic Abuse and Sexual Prevention strategy, encompassing prevention; protection and reducing the risk; provision of support to reduce violence against women and girls, and working in partnership to obtain the best outcome for victims and their families. 

The Board is also expected to have an evidence-based action plan and to monitor progress against actions identified, as well as a scrutinising and monitoring role. 

Frequency of Meetings: Every 2 months (TBC)
CVSA Reps: 1
Chair: TBC


 

Offender Management Programme Board

A multi-agency response to reduce re-offending, targeting a cohort of up to 250 offenders who pose the highest risk of re-offending the IOM framework helps to address the problems behind an offender’s behaviour by effective information sharing across a range of partner agencies and jointly providing the right intervention at the right time.

Frequency of Meetings: Every 2 months (TBC)
CVSA Reps1

Chair: TBC
Contactcheryll.wright@croydon.gov.uk (Safer Croydon Partnership manager)

 


 

Youth Crime and Safety Programme Board

Two distinct identities within one board, which is reflected in the meeting agenda. 

1. The Youth Crime Prevention Board’s purpose is to coordinate action to improve the safety of children and young people within the borough. Responsibilities will include: 

  • monitoring the delivery of the serious youth violence action plan 

  • coordinating the activity of the multi-agency Gangs programme 

  • responsibility for the delivery of any other youth crime priorities identified within the Safer Croydon Strategy. 

The Board is also expected to have an evidence-based action plan and to monitor progress against actions identified, as well as a scrutinising and monitoring role. 

2. The YOPS Board will monitor and report on key performance indicators and targets contained in the strategy, and lead on the development of the Youth Justice Plan. There is also a role in supporting the co-ordination and reviewing the delivery of YOT services. 

Frequency of MeetingsEvery 2 months (TBC)

CVSA Reps:1
ChairAndy Opie, Youth Offending Service

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