Policing & Community Safety Partnership
The overall purpose of the PCSP is to help make communities safer and to ensure that the voices of local people are heard on policing and community safety issues.
The aim is to empower communities to work in partnership to develop solutions that will help to tackle crime, the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour.
The remit of the PCSP is to work in partnership to identify and co-ordinate the delivery of community safety projects that are innovative, reflect good practices and involve appropriate community groups and partners agencies.
Under Community Planning functions the PCSP is the Safety and Good Relations thematic delivery group for the district.
Click here to download the PCSP leaflet.
Domestic Homicide Reviews
A public consultation has been launched by the Department of Justice Community Safety Division seeking views on a proposed model for the introduction of Domestic Homicide Reviews in Northern Ireland. This is intended to seek opportunities for learning from the tragic circumstances where an adult (aged 16+) has been killed as a result of domestic violence and abuse.
The consultation document and response questionnaire are available at:
Responses should be sent to:
Written: Community Safety Division, Room A4.03, Castle Buildings, Stormont(hard copy) Estate, Belfast, BT4 3SG
Consultation responses must be received no later than Friday 28 September 2018.
To read the letter in full from the Department of Justice Community Safety Unit please click here.
|Brian Quinn||077 2948 2660|
|David Taylor||077 3391 3021|
|Harry Harvey||075 3181 5425|
|Kate Loughran||077 9556 1755|
|Michael Ruane||077 6432 0317|
|Michael Savage||078 0853 0704|
|Mickey Larkin||078 0124 7623|
|Sean Doran||075 1300 8344|
|Terry Andrews||078 7999 8559|
|Willie Clarke||077 6224 2345|
|Audrey Byrne||The Mournes|
|Declan Murphy||Slieve Gullion|
|Grace McQuiston||The Mournes|
Newry, Mourne and Down PCSP must also operate a Policing Committee comprising of its elected members with the aim of improving community confidence in policing.
The Policing Committee will do this through monitoring local police performance against the targets in the Local Policing Plan and helping to ensure effective engagement with the police and the local community.
The PCSP carries out its work under three Strategic Objectives:
- To successfully deliver the functions of the Policing and Community Safety Partnership.
This involves agreeing action plan for delivery, forming sub-groups, producing an action plan, updating members and the wider community on progress through various means such as press releases, Facebook and Twitter.
- To improve community safety by tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.
PCSP runs a number of different programmes in partnership to make Newry, Mourne and Down a safer place. These include:
- Anti-social Behaviour Action Plans
- Community Safety Wardens
- Initiatives to tackle anti-social behaviour, hate crime, rural crime, road safety, gender based violence, seasonal intervention, drugs and alcohol
- Neighbourhood Watch - click here to view all PCSP Newsletters
- PCSP supports Home Secure, Good Morning Good Neighbour and Domestic Violence Intervention programmes.
- To support community confidence in policing.
PCSP runs engagement events to promote community confidence in police and consults widely on Newry, Mourne and Down resident’s attitudes and experiences of PSNI.
Policing and Community Safety Partnership Manager
|Oifig an Iúir||Oifig Dhún Pádraig|
|Newry Office||Downpatrick Office|
|9 Monaghan Court Business Park||Downshire Civic Centre|
|Monaghan Street||Downshire Estate, Ardglass Road|
|Newry BT35 6BH||Downpatrick BT30 6GQ|
|Telephone: 028 3031 3078 / 07792172659|
|Facebook: Newry, Mourne and Down PCSP|