During the period 2013/14, our team of Community Safety Wardens have carried out 8,791 hours of patrols within the Caerphilly County Borough.
They have also visited a total of 1,458 ‘hotspot’ locations and attended a total of 166 community meetings.
Our CCTV operators monitor 150 cameras throughout the county borough 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Safer Caerphilly Community Safety Partnership is a joint, statutory partnership between Caerphilly County Borough Council, Gwent Police, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, South Wales Local Fire and Rescue Authority and National Probation Service.
The partnership works with other local partners to reduce levels of crime and disorder, anti social behaviour, substance misuse and fear of crime in the local area.
Action groups have been formed to meet the strategic priorities outlined in the Partnership Plan (2011-2014). These three priorities were identified following analysis of quantitative and qualitative data on crime, anti-social behaviour and substance misuse within county borough communities. The research also took into account perceptions within the communities and, after looking at national priorities these target areas were identified:
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