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L-R:Janet McClinton (PBNI), Grainne Keane (YJA), Ashleen Schenning (Independent), Cllr. William King, Roisin Brown (Independent), Anthony McPeake (Independent), Cllr. Gerry Mullan, Nigel Freeburn (EANI), Cllr. Sam Cole, Cllr. Tom McKeown, Cllr. Sandra Hunter, Cllr. James McCorkell (Chair), Sharon Burnett (Independent), Cllr. Brenda Chivers, Leanne Abernethy (Independent), Caroline White (Independent), Catherine Magee (PSNI), Rory Donaghy (Independent), Jason Balmer (Independent), Jason Craig (NIF&RS), Melissa Lemon (PCSP Officer)

  

Policing and Community Safety Partnerships

PCSPs (Policing and Community Safety Partnerships) aim to make our community safer.

They are statutory bodies established under the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 and they are funded jointly by the Department of Justice and the Northern Ireland Policing Board.

There are 11 partnerships, one for each council area.

Each PCSP has a Policing Committee, to take forward specific police monitoring and engagement functions, with the wider PCSP taking forward community safety related functions.

 

Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP

Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP has 10 political members and 9 independent members.

The current Chair is Alderman William King 
Our current Vice Chair is Mrs Ashleen Schenning

Other Members are:

Political Members  Independent Members
Cllr William Blair Miss Leanne Abernethy
Cllr George Duddy Mr Jason Balmer
Cllr Brenda Chivers Mr Stuart Plant
Ald Sam Cole Mrs Sharon Burnett
Cllr Sandra Hunter Mr Rory Donaghy
Alderman William King Mrs Ann McNickle
Ald Tom McKeown Mr Anthony McPeake
Cllr Margaret Ann McKillop Mrs Ashleen Schenning
Cllr Tony McCaul Mrs Caroline White
Cllr James McCorkell  

 

What we do?

Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP aims to make our community safer. We do this by focusing on the policing and community safety issues that matter most across the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area.

We:

  • consult and engage with the local community on the issues of concern in relation to policing and community safety. The Policing Committee has a distinct responsibility to provide views to the relevant district commander and the Policing Board on policing matters;
  • identify and prioritise the particular issues of concern and prepare plans for how these can be tackled;
  • monitor - a Policing Committee comprising the political and independent members will monitor the performance of the police and work to gain the co-operation of the public with the police in preventing crime; and
  • deliver a reduction in crime and enhance community safety in our area, directly through our own interventions, through the work of our delivery groups or through support for the work of others.

 

Getting involved

Community involvement is vitally important if we are to really deliver a safer society for all. Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP is keen to hear your views.

We will consult with those living and working in the borough, to find out your views on crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour, as well as local policing.

We plan to host public meetings in the future and these will be publicised locally.


Annual Report 2015/2016

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