Reducing crime & anti-social behaviour
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Reducing crime and anti-social behaviour
Everyone in Brighton & Hove has a right to feel safe.
The Partnership Community Safety Team can support you in dealing with crime and community safety issues. We have dedicated staff working in the areas of racist and religiously motivated incidents and crimes, LGBT hate crime, disability hate crime, domestic violence and anti-social behaviour. Where appropriate, we will also signpost and refer to other services.
You can contact the Partnership Community Safety Team on (01273) 291099.
- the work of the Partnership, including a downloadable version of their current Community Safety, Crime Reduction and Drugs Strategy
- how to stay safe and protect your property
- who to contact if you are a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour (remember, in an emergency phone the police, ambulance or fire services immediately on 999)
- a list of local action groups where local neighbourhood issues can be taken forward
- information on the crime and disorder picture in the city
- other useful documents and links
Hate incidents and anti-social behaviour
At the Partnership Community Safety Team, we support & advise people who experience harassment, victimisation, intimidation or abuse because of their race, faith, religion, disability or because they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
You can find more information and ways to report hate incidents on the specific pages below:
Anti-Social Behaviour is behaviour that causes alarm, distress harassment to you or your family. Examples include noise nuisance, violence, abuse, harassment, threats and intimidation, and criminal activity.
In Brighton & Hove, there is a Casework Team to tackle these problems. The role of the team is to work with victims, witnesses and communities to tackle, prevent and reduce the harm caused by hate crimes, hate incidents and anti-social behaviour.
If you would like to report anti-social behaviour or hate crime, please use our online form, call (01273) 292735 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to other related websites: