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Wednesday 28 November 2012

First Night

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Today sees the launch of the annual ‘First Night’ campaign which seeks to raise awareness about the support available to victims of domestic violence during the Christmas and New Year period. This important campaign also seeks to collect donations to support those women and families who will need to leave their homes as a result

Monday 26 November 2012

Moseley Community Alcohol Partnership

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Moseley aims to establish a lasting solution to the stubborn issue of street drinking and anti social behaviour, along with associated problems of begging, littering and rough sleeping. This video shows how Moseley Community Alcohol Partnership’s partners joined together to tackle complex issues of street drinking, begging, alcohol-related anti- social behaviour. It looks at how

Monday 26 November 2012


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‘SHE’ is a hard hitting, multi-disciplinary performance piece consisting of drama, verbatim, dance, music, singing, performance poetry, spoken word, film and animation. it will be performed by a diverse cast of 30 second year students from the BA (hons) Applied Performance (Community and Education Programme) and directed by theatre maker Hannah Phillips. Birmingham Community Safety

Wednesday 21 November 2012

Victims’ Champion webchat

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Birmingham’s Victims’ Champion Cllr Jess Phillips will be available to answer questions and listen to citizens’ views during a webchat being staged next Wednesday (November 21). She is keen to hear from those who have been victims of crime and anti-social behaviour as part of the consultation which is taking place to develop a Victims’

Tuesday 30 October 2012

Birmingham partners unite to keep crime down

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This week is the city’s United Streets of Birmingham All Out Week where partner agencies are working alongside residents to take part in community safety activities including environmental clean-ups and police-led operations. The week provides a focus for all community safety activity across the city with events taking place in most districts. United Streets of

Friday 26 October 2012

Birmingham Violence Against Women Strategy 2012-14

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Violence against women is one of the major crime and disorder challenges that Birmingham faces. But it is much more than a crime, causing incalculable damage to the people, economy and social fabric of our city. Local agencies are committed to a vision of Birmingham where women and children are safe and confident in their

Wednesday 19 September 2012

The Birmingham Victims’ Charter

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Victims of crime and anti-social behaviour are being asked to share their experiences of support services as part of an effort to improve them, led by Birmingham Victims’ Champion Cllr Jess Phillips. Under Cllr Phillips’ leadership, the city council is developing a Victims’ Charter to reinforce the importance the city is placing on supporting those

Saturday 30 June 2012

Recorded Crime at an all time low

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Recorded crime in Birmingham is going down and new figures out this week suggest that crime is lower than it has been for the last three years. This means that there have been over 5,300 less victims of crime based on figures for April to June this year, compared to the same period in 2009.

Friday 22 June 2012

Drinking in Moseley curbed

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Birmingham Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) has successfully secured a landmark injunction to help tackle the nuisance behaviour caused by beggars and drinkers in Moseley Village. Officers from the Partnership’s Safer Communities Team have worked with local police, residents and businesses to obtain a Section 222 injunction which means that individuals are prohibited from conducting the

Thursday 07 June 2012

Say NO to violence during the Euro 2012

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Birmingham Community Safety Partnership launched its Euro 2012 campaign today (7 June 2012). The campaign is aimed at encouraging individuals to drink sensibly and stay safe during the football season. The Partnership developed the campaign in conjunction with a number of local agencies including West Midlands Police, Birmingham Drug and Alcohol Action Team and pubs/bars

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