The Western Suffolk Community Safety Partnership (WSCSP) is a statutory body with a responsibility to:
- make an assessment of community safety issues
- produce a plan which responds to those issues
- review and report on progress against that plan
- carry out domestic homicide reviews.
The WSCSP works to support community/voluntary groups to secure funding to deliver projects/initiatives which meet an identified community safety issue, which are a threat or risk or will cause the greatest harm to the community.
The partnership is made up of statutory representatives from local Councils in West Suffolk, Mid Suffolk and Babergh, Suffolk Police, registered social landlords, Suffolk County Council, probation, rehabilitation company and the Clinical Commissioning Group. The Youth Offending Service and Havebury Housing Partnership are long-serving co-opted members.