Community safety priorities 2020 to 2023

Community safety priorities 2023

As part of the commitment to local communities, the Staffordshire Commissioner has made money available to improve community safety, reduce crime and disorder and to increase public confidence.

Community safety priorities

Applications to the Proceeds of Crime Fund or the People Power Fund should meet at least one of the local community safety priorities:

  • early intervention and prevention around substance misuse and mental ill health
  • providing appropriate and sustained support for victims and their families
  • tackling anti-social behaviour
  • prevention and disruption of youth violence
  • prevention and disruption of child sexual exploitation

Further information on our community safety priorities can be found in our local police and crime plan:

Download the plan

Community safety strategic assessment

The latest community safety strategic assessment is available to download:

Download the assessment

Safer, fairer, united communities strategy

Applications should also support one or more of the five priority areas as set out in the Commissioner’s safer, fairer, united communities strategy:

  • modern and transformed policing
  • early intervention
  • supporting victims and witnesses
  • managing offenders
  • public confidence