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Can you help ? Community safety and serious violence and domestic abuse

We have launched two consultations on community safety and serious violence and domestic abuse and we are contacting you to kindly ask for your views and your help promoting this to your networks.

Reading’s Community Safety Partnership brings the Council together with Thames Valley Police, Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue, the probation service, Brighter Futures for Children and other organisations, to prevent and tackle crime. A recent independent report from the Partnership into crime and safety issues across Reading, identified a number of key priorities.

Some of the community safety priorities include:

tackling anti-social behaviour, including on-street drug dealing and drug taking

reducing knife crime

improving safety for women in the town centre.


Some of the domestic abuse priorities include:

ensuring there is a range of appropriate safe accommodation options for all victim-survivors of domestic abuse

improving engagement with those in marginalised communities

developing support for children and young people who have experienced or witnessed domestic abuse.

Please see the full priorities and share your views

· Community Safety and Serious Violence Strategy Consultation: https://consult.reading.gov.uk/dens/community-safety

Domestic Abuse and Safe Accommodation Strategy Consultation: https://consult.reading.gov.uk/dens/domestic-abuse-priorities-public-consultation

If you are a partner organisation

We would be grateful if you could share the consultation across your networks and encourage people to take part, so we can get as wide a range of views as possible.

Thank you very much for taking the time to share your views and promote to your networks – we look forward to seeing your feedback.


Closing date; 5th September 2022

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