The Safer Rother Partnership (originally the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership) was formed following the publication of the first Rother Crime and Disorder Strategy in April 1999. The first Strategy was developed in response to the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The Action groups are tasked to implement the key objectives of the Partnership.
The following pages have been designed to help explain the process and through regular updates will keep you informed of progress.
The Community Safety Co-ordinator supports the work of the Partnership and Groups within Rother, assisting and advising as necessary.
The Rother Community Safety Plan outlines the Safer Rother Partnership's targets for reducing crime and anti-social behaviour even further each year. You may download a copy of the Plan using the link below. Related Documents East Sussex Safer Communities Partnership's Business Plan 2017 to 2020
The Action Groups take responsibility for delivering the Partnership's strategy. The groups are responsible to the Safer Rother Partnership for ensuring: The actions identified within the Crime and Disorder Reduction Strategy are progressed with the support and involvement of the Lead AgencyCurrent or planned initiatives within their specialist area are…
The original statutory members of the Partnership were Rother District Council, Sussex Police and East Sussex County Council. Now the Partnership also includes East Sussex Fire and Rescue, Hastings and Rother Primary Care Trust and Sussex Police Authority. The role of the Partnership is to work with other statutory and voluntary agencies within the…