In this section of the website you will find copies of publications and strategies produced by the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership.
About the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership
This leaflet provides an insight into the Partnership's programme of activity and where to go for more information about the work it delivers across the city.
The Birmingham Community Safety Partnership has ten locally based community safety groups, one in each constituency across the city. A Community Safety Co-ordinator is appointed to each group and it is their responsibility to bring together representatives from key agencies in their local area to respond to issues of concern which local residents tell them about.
Each constituency produces two community safety newsletters per year, which are distributed to local residents and businesses in their area. The newsletters provide information about what is being done locally to reduce crime and tell residents how they can have their say on issues that matter to them. Copies of the newsletters are available below.
Edgbaston Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Erdington Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Hall Green Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Hodge Hill Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Ladywood Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Northfield Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Sutton Coldfield Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Yardley Newsletter (Autumn 2009) (Download PDF)
Each year the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership produces a Strategic Assessment document This document provides a comprehensive crime pattern analysis for the city, evaluates potential crime threats, identifies key themes and proposals for improving performance. A copy of the 2009/10 strategy is available below.
Hate Crime Strategy
In March 2009, the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership launched its Hate Crime Strategy. Aimed at encouraging reporting, reducing incidents of hate crime and bringing together agencies which can offer support to victims, the strategy is linked to a comprehensive work programme within the Partnership's special projects team. A copy of the strategy is available below.