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Luton community safety partnership

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The Luton Community Safety Partnership is a partnership of organisations that work together in the town, to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.

The Community Safety Partnership publishes an annually updated Partnership Plan, which can be found on the Community Safety Partnership plan webpage.

Luton's Community Safety Partnership was formerly known as the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership.

The partnership acts as an umbrella under which various organisations including the council, Police, Clinical Commissioning Group, Probation and Fire and Rescue services work together to address:

  • crime
  • anti-social behaviour (ASB)
  • drug and alcohol problems
  • (re)offending behaviour

The partnership recognises that a long term commitment to tackling issues faced in Luton is required and has committed to the following priorities for 2017 to 2020:

Reducing violence and exploitation

  • youth violence
  • domestic abuse
  • labour exploitation
  • tackling extremism
  • child and adult sexual exploitation

Keeping Luton safe and tidy

  • anti social behaviour
  • environmental crime
  • street sex trade
  • confident, cohesive communities (including hate crime)

Follow this link to find out more about the crime picture in Luton.







 Contact information

Community safety officer (partnerships)
Luton Borough Council, Town Hall, George Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2BQ
Tel: 01582 546106
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