• Southend Community Safety Partnership

    Multiple agencies, working together, making Southend safer.

    Southend Community Safety Partnership


Southend Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a multi-agency team bringing together organisations and groups that share responsibility of tackling crime and disorder, anti-social behaviour plus drug and alcohol related offending. Agencies include: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council (Community Safety Unit, Youth Offending Service and Drug and Alcohol team) Essex Police, Essex County Fire & Rescue Service, Office of Police and Crime Commissioner, South Essex Homes, National Probation Service and Health Services.

Southend CSP works together to ensure that the services they provide and commission respond to the aim of ‘Making Southend Safer’.

This website contains sections on all matters concerning Community Safety and suggests a variety of measures that can be taken to ensure residents, businesses and visitors of Southend-on-Sea are kept safe.

Click on one of the areas in Community Safety to find out more about our work

In response to the attack in Manchester, please read the following information  More

Modern slavery can happen anywhere and to anyone, despite gender, age, race, nationality and culture. More

An annual Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) is undertaken by the Community Safety Partnership. More

Domestic abuse is physical, sexual, psychological, emotional or financial abuse. More

Community Safety Patrol Team