Policing and safer neighbourhoods
We are working with Cambridgeshire Constabulary to enable residents to influence the community safety priorities in their neighbourhood.
The public can attend their local area committee meetings, where the police and representatives from the council will provide an update of current crime and disorder issues and an update on work to tackle these issues.
Proposed neighbourhood priorities are also presented to the committee for consideration and to aid discussion.
There are four neighbourhood profiles, each covering specific city wards:
- North area profile June 2017 [PDF, 149kB] covering Arbury, East Chesterton, King's Hedges and West Chesterton
- South area profile April 2017 PDF, 161kB] covering Cherry Hinton, Queen Edith's and Trumpington
- West/Central area profile July 2017 [PDF, 168kB] covering Castle, Market and Newnham
- East area profile July 2017 [PDF, 168kB] covering Abbey, Coleridge, Petersfield and Romsey
Following the presentation on the evening, everyone at the committee has the chance to ask questions and suggest issues that they would like to see tackled in the neighbourhood area.
The committee then recommends three priorities for the police and partners to tackle.
These priorities are then adopted by a multi-agency neighbourhood action group where lead officers are assigned and action plans produced for tackling the issues.
Previous neighbourhood profiles
North area profiles
- North area profile December 2016 [PDF, 142kB]
- North area profile June 2016 [PDF, 145kB]
- North area profile January 2016 [PDF, 147kB]
South area profiles
West/Central area profiles
- West/Central area profile December 2016 [PDF, 148kB]
- West/Central area profile July 2016 [PDF, 163kB]
- West/Central area profile February 2016 [PDF, 167kB]
East area profiles
- East area profile January 2017 [PDF, 177kB]
- East area profile July 2016 [PDF, 152kB]
- East area profile January 2016 [PDF, 168kB]
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