The Safer Stronger Communities Board meets quarterly, and its membership is made up of senior elected members and officer roles, from a range of organisations including County, District and Borough councils, Suffolk Police, Police and Crime Commissioner, Community Safety Partnerships and Clinical Commissioning Groups.
It is supported by a programme office that oversees the delivery of issues that present the greatest threat, risk, and harm to Suffolk residents, and reports regularly to Suffolk Public Sector Leaders and Community Safety Partnerships.
The Board's aim is to provide strategic direction and leadership on wider issues and determinants arising from the following agreed priorities:
· Violence Against Women and Girls, Men and Boys
· Criminal Exploitation
· Modern Slavery
· Hate Crime
· Preventing Radicalisation
· Anti-social Behaviour