Safer Cheshire East Partnership ( SCEP )

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Community Safety Partnerships are a statutory requirement under the Crime and Disorder Act 1988.  The Safer Cheshire East Partnership (SCEP) brings partners together including Cheshire East Council, Police, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, Probation Services, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Health and the Voluntary Sector to provide strategic leadership to reduce crime and provide reassurance to communities that Cheshire East is a safe place to live and work. 

The Safer Cheshire East Partnership includes:

SCEP Partnership Plan

The SCEP Partnership Plan is a rolling three year document, which highlights how the partnership plans to tackle community safety issues that matter to the local community. This Plan will be revised on an annual basis, through reviewing information provided from a wide range of organisations in a Strategic Intelligence Assessment ( SIA ), to ensure that current issues are taken into account into the activities undertaken by SCEP . These activities are also informed through consultation with the community, along with front line practitioners. It also takes into account local emerging issues and new legislative requirements. Following analysis of all the data, intelligence, information and commentary collated as part of the Strategic Intelligence Assessment, a new partnership plan details priority actions for the partnership where a real difference can be made.

SCEP works alongside other multi-agency partnerships

SCEP  recognise that effective partnership working across other local multi-agency networks and boards is essential.  SCEP works with other local strategic partnerships to improve outcomes for communities and make sure that local resources are used efficiently and effectively across Cheshire East. Key partner boards include:

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Page last reviewed: 17 November 2021