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Reducing Reoffending »
An investigation into a number of issues associated with reoffending.
Report of the Newham Crime and Disorder Scrutiny Commission into Street Prostitution in Newham »
The Newham Crime and Disorder Scrutiny Commission scrutinised the Council and its partners current response to Street Prostitution in Newham using a return on investment scrutiny model.
Review of Community Safety and Security Services »
Environment Select Committee's task and finish review of Community Safety and Security Services April 2013
Serious acquisitive crime, violent crime and community safety »
The purpose of the Review was to:
Reducing Reoffending »
The review looked at the meaures in place to reduce reoffending
Child Sexual Exploitation and Internal Trafficking »
A review of child sexual exploitation and internal trafficking in Staffordshire - May 2012
Neath Port Talbot: Citizen Engagement Activities of the Safer Neath Port Talbot Partnership »
Task and Finish Review
Bexley: Domestic Violence Scrutiny Sub-Group »
Examination of what is meant by the term domestic violence; the extent of the issue in Bexley and the provision of services available to victims and what more could be done. to tackle domestic abuse and improve support to victims.
Ealing Riots »
To consider what happened during and after the Ealing Riots in August 2011 and feed this into the work of the National Riots, Victims and Communities Panel..
EIT Review of Community Safety and Security Services »
Efficiency, Improvement and Transformation Review
Reporting Mechanisms: Hate Crime »
The objective of this Scrutiny Panel was to ensure that the approach to dealing with hate crime is embedded and responded to within Northampton Borough Council (NBC).
Young peoples' views on safeguarding »
40 young people were asked what they knew and felt about safeguarding.
Domestic Violence »
The review found increased awareness within council departments and our partners of the extent of the problem, and the care pathways which exist and of the lack of training on these issues for a whole range of frontline staff.
Responding to Gun and Knife Crime »
This report details the findings and recommendations from the scrutiny review of Responding to Gun and Kinife Crime. Violent crime continues to be a matter of great concern in the borough and with this review, we sought to examine how the police and the Council are tackling gun and knife crime specifically. These crimes attract a disproportionate amount of media coverage when they do occur and we set out to establish the extent of the problem and the solutions being employed locally.
Alcohol, Violence and the Night Time Economy »
The aim of the review was to examine issues relating to the prevention of violent crime as part of the city centre’s night time economy.
Anti-Social Behaviour in Tameside »
To review the effectiveness of strategies and mechanisms in place to reduce anti-social behaviour in Tameside.
Anti-social Behaviour Review Panel »
The Anti-social Behaviour Review Panel was set up to examine the current position in the East Riding with regard to both the perception and the reality of anti-social behaviour caused by young people.
Fear of crime in North Lincolnshire »
This review focused on a number of key issues. These were
* Why residents of North Lincolnshire appear more fearful of crime than the actual incidence of crime suggest and
* What North Lincolnshire Council and its partners are doing to address this.
Noise Nuisance and Lambeth's Noise Service »
The Noise Nuisance Commission looked at three key areas: the main concerns of people who have experienced noise nuisance and the council's noise control service; whether the council is fulfilling its obligations efficiently and effectively; how to turn the service into one of the best in London.
Police Community Support Officers »
To review the council's future funding of PCSOs.
Responding to gun and knife crime »
Gun and knife crime, especially in Hackney, receives a disproportionate amount of media coverage when it occurs. This review sought to examine how the community safety partners in the borough are responding to the issue and whether the approaches being used are appropriate for the age groups involved.
Estate Safety and Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour »
This report details the findings and recommendations from the scrutiny review of Estate Safety and Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour.
Alvechurch Multi Use Games Area Inquiry »
An Inquiry was held to investigate the reported crime and disorder issues around a children’s play area, which was affecting the well being of local residents in the village of Alvechurch. The Inquiry considered the future options for the facility; a multi-use games area (MUGA), to weigh up the competing interests of providing facilities for young people in the community against the reported crime and disorder problems around the site and to made recommendations to Cabinet.
Anti-social Behaviour People and Places »
Durham County Council’s Safer and Stronger Communities Overview and
Scrutiny Committee looked at how the Council and its partners are tackling anti-social behaviour in relation to Private Sector Landlords, Envirocrime and Parks and Open Spaces. These issues are inextricably linked and have a significant impact on “people and places”.
Anti-social Behaviour Scrutiny »
The Safer and Stronger Community Select Committee decided to focus its 2009 in-depth review on anti-social behaviour (ASB) relating to young people. The Committee wanted to know how young people became involved with ASB, to what extent young people and the wider community saw themselves as victims of ASB, and how the Council and partners, both statutory and non-statutory, were working together to address youth ASB.