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Home Office consultation: Community safety partnerships review and antisocial behaviour powers Published Date: 27/03/2023

On 27 March 2023 the government launched the Anti-social behaviour Action Plan which focuses on making communities safer and sets out the government response to tackle antisocial behaviour robustly. This consultation forms part of the Anti-social behaviour Action Plan. In addressing community safety partnerships (CSPs), this consultation forms part one of the CSP review, which was announced in 2022 following the conclusion of part two of the police and crime commissioner (PCC) review.

The purpose of the consultation is to:

  • seek views on the relationship between CSPs and PCCs, with the aim of enhancing the accountability model of CSPs
  • consider how CSPs and PCCs work together to tackle antisocial behaviour, with the aim of strengthening this co-operative working.

This consultation considers the expansion of antisocial behaviour powers, and whether amendments are required to ensure they are being used effectively.

The consultation is targeted to those with experience working in or with CSPs, as well as those with interest in antisocial behaviour powers.

The consultation will run for 8 weeks, closing on 22 May 2023

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