About the Bridgend Community Safety Partnership
Supporting communities in Bridgend to be safe and cohesive
The Bridgend Community Safety Partnership (CSP) involves various agencies from the public, private and voluntary sector that work together to reduce crime, disorder and fear of crime locally, in order to improve the quality of life and to create a safer living and working environment.
The partnership aims to tackle the needs of both individuals and communities to enable them to feel safer and enjoy increased opportunities within their local communities.
Following the implementation of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act 2015, the decision was taken by Bridgend Public Services Board (PSB) to embed the activities of the Bridgend CSP into its own Wellbeing Assessment and planning activities and by making it a sub board of the PSB.
Supporting Communities in Bridgend to be safe and cohesive is included in the Bridgend Wellbeing Plan and is the overarching objective for Bridgend CSP.
The statutory members of the Community Safety Partnership are:
- Bridgend County Borough Council
- South Wales Police
- South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
- Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
- National Probation Service
These organisations do not have to be members of the partnership, but they have chosen to be. They are:
- the Police and Crime Commissioner
- the elected member for community safety
- the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Safeguarding Board
- registered social landlords
- Department of Work and Pensions
- Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations
Community Safety Partnership
- Bridgend Public Service Board Annual Report 2020 to 2021 - PDF 1326Kb
- Bridgend Wellbeing Assessment - PDF 1746Kb
- Bridgend Wellbeing Plan - PDF 3656Kb
- Community Safety Strategy 2019 - PDF 638Kb
- Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Strategy Annual Report 2019 to 2020 - PDF 2010Kb
- Cwm Taf Morgannwg VAWDASV Strategy Update Report 2021 2022 - PDF 831Kb