Hastings Borough Council is the lead partner of the Safer Hastings (Community Safety) Partnership which has six principal partners. The Safer Hastings Partnership's priorities include Antisocial Behaviour, Hate Crime, Domestic Abuse, Property Crime, Alcohol and Drug disorder, and Violent Crime.
The Safer Hastings Partnership aims to reduce crime and the fear of crime.
Improving the quality of life for local residents and visitors is the responsibility of all local organisations working together.
The Safer Hastings Partnership produces a Community Safety Plan each year to take account of changing priorities, please see Page 31 of East Sussex Safer Communities Partnerships' Business Plan April 2017 to March 2020.
In Hastings, community safety partners continue to work to support the most vulnerable victims of crime and antisocial behaviour.
The Safer Hastings Partnership (SHP) consists of six statutory partners:
Additionally non-statutory partners in the SHP include: