The Avenger Task Force is a multi agency team set up to tackle youth violence and gang culture in Gloucester
NightSafe is Safer Gloucester's multi agency group working to ensure that residents and visitors to the city centre on a Friday and Saturday night are and feel safe.
Calling all dog owners in Gloucester - keep your eyes and ears open for Safer Gloucester’s brand new initiative – Paws on Patrol!
Relationship abuse can happen to anyone. Remember - it is never your fault and you never have to deal with it on your own
Safer Gloucester want to prevent burglaries increasing across the City this Christmas. Safer Gloucester's Crime Reduction group has devised a Christmas Card that the Police will be delivering to any houses that have Christmas presents on show and therefore may be a target to burglars.
Safer Gloucester is promoting the production of a brand new booklet outlining the services that are available to help and support victims of domestic abuse.
Most burglaries are committed by opportunist thieves. Homes or businesses that are not properly secured are easy targets, and in many cases burglaries could be easily avoided by following a few security tips.
Many young people do not realise how getting involved with gang culture can significantly affect their future. Carrying a weapon is a serious offence, with serious penalties. If you carry a knife you're 65% more likely to get stabbed yourself. Don't risk it.
Safer Gloucester Partnership hosted “Gloucester Youth’s Got Talent” at the Gloucester Guildhall on Friday November 5th 2010 where contestants competed for an iPod touch, five hours in a recording studio and a camcorder.
Asking residents about life and any concerns they may have around crime issues in the area.
The Partnership, in conjunction with Age Concern Gloucestershire hosted a production of Trickster – the Musical at Gloucester Rugby Club, Kingsholm.
Forced marriage is recognised in the UK as a form of violence against women, domestic/child abuse and a serious abuse of human rights.
Gloucester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership support Gloucestershire Police to keep the county’s children safe online and have been getting involved in the national Think U Know campaign and Safer Internet Day.
In November 2009, the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership hosted a Caring for Older People seminar at the Gloucester Hotel and Country Club, Matson Lane, Gloucester.
Halloween posters warning off unwelcome trick or treat callers are now available.
The Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership ran an alcohol awareness quiz to help to raise awareness of the issues of misusing alcohol. The competition is closed now but see below to test your knowledge with the answers.
Shopwatch works alongside the Radio Link system operating within the city centre, providing retailers with access to a secure website containing images of offenders.
The CDRP have launched a campaign aimed at tackling underage drinking.
The CDRP also commissioned a drama presentation “Last Orders” to be presented in Gloucester secondary schools.
The Forest of Dean and Gloucester CSPs have joined together to form the Forest & Gloucester Hate Crime & Incident Action Group. It is a member of the Gloucestershire Hate Crime & Incident Strategic Group.
The Gloucester Substance Action Group is made up of members from the Police, the Drug and Alcohol Action Team and all of the agencies across the city who help to provide support or housing to people who are or have been misusing drugs or alcohol and their families.
Gloucester Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership are supporting Street pastors who are walking the streets of Gloucester city centre from Friday February 5th 2010 at night, to offer a reassuring presence to those out and about.
The Gloucestershire Arson Task Force is a partnership of the Fire & Rescue Service, Police, Gloucestershire County Council, the six district/borough councils, the Probation Service and the Youth Offenders Service. We have joined forces to fight the causes of arson.
Talented young people from Star 66 youth club have joined some local stars to make a top quality CD of urban music.
The Crime Reduction Action Group strives to reduce domestic and non domestic burglaries, thefts from and of motor vehicles, shoplifting, personal robberies and violent crime (including domestic abuse).
The main issues around violent crime are concerned with Domestic Violence and Alcohol Related Violence on a Friday and Saturday night.
In January 2007, Gloucester CDRP was selected to participate in the Home Office "Changing Lives Making Communities Safer" Initiative.
In January 2007, Gloucester was awarded the Government 'Respect Action Area' status, which is one of only 40 CDRPs across the country.
In the summer of 2006, the number of complaints of begging and aggressive begging rose in the city.
In the summer of 2006, the Home Office Respect Taskforce provided funding for Gloucester CDRP to participate in a National Enforcement Campaign to stop the illegal and dangerous use of mini motos.