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Crime and Drugs Partnership
Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership (CDP) is a partnership resource with the aim of tackling Crime, Drugs & Anti-Social Behaviour issues.
The CDP is made up of agencies and organisations such as the Police, Fire Service as well as Nottingham City Council, ONE Nottingham, along with groups and individuals who work directly with the community, such as Neighbourhood Watch and Tenants & Resident Groups.
The CDP is responsible for the coordination of activities such as the Weeks of Action, which work directly with communities in Nottingham to bring improvements to neighbourhoods. The CDP is also responsible for running the Respect for Nottingham programme through 2008-2011.
In 2008, the CDP along with its partners achieved its target of reducing crime in Nottingham City, bringing crime down by 28.42%.
Our aims and objectives for 2008-2011 are as follows:
Aim: We will reduce the level and the impact of Crime and Substance Misuse in all of Nottingham's communities.
We will achieve this by completing the following objectives:
- To reduce crime, with a particular focus on violent crime, burglary, car crime and robbery
- To reduce the fear of crime and disorder and improve feelings of safety within communities
- To reduce anti-social behaviour
- To tackle drug dealing and drug use in neighbourhoods across the city
- To increase the numbers of people accessing effective drug and alcohol treatment
- To reduce levels of re-offending
- To reduce the harm caused to communities by problematic alcohol use
- To support survivors of domestic violence and their children and to hold perpetrators to account
For more information on the work of the Crime & Drugs Partnership, please visit our website.