Documents and Data

Partnership priorities and plans

Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy 2020-23

Every three years the Brighton & Hove Community Safety Partnership resets its community safety and crime reduction priorities. The second year review of the Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy 2020-23 was produced following the completion of the 2021 Strategic Assessment.

Our current strategy priority areas are:

  • Violence, exploitation and abuse (including serious violence and the night-time economy, exploitation and domestic & sexual violence and abuse)
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Community cohesion and resilence (including hate incidents and Prevent)

Draft Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy 2023-26

Every three years the Brighton & Hove Community Safety Partnership reviews and resets its community safety and crime reduction priorities and this is currently open to consultation.

Our proposed strategy priority areas for the next three years are:

  • Violence, drugs and exploitation
  • Domestic and sexual violence and abuse and other forms of violence against women and girls
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Hate incidents and crimes, and
  • Prevent

The draft Strategy can be found here.  The 2022 Strategic Assessment which has informed the new Strategy can be found here