Safer Stockton Partnership
The Safer Stockton Partnership (SSP) is your local community safety partnership and works together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in Stockton.
The partnership is a collection of agencies and organisations brought together under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The partnership is made up of the following members:
- Cleveland Fire Brigade
- Cleveland Police
- Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
- Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company
- National Probation Service
- Safe in Tees Valley
- Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
- Public Health Team Stockton
- Stockton Youth Offending Service
Aims and objectives
The Safer Stockton Partnership continues to support the priorities of the Police and Crime Commissioner and in particular the following:
- a better deal for victims and witnesses
- tackling re-offending
- working together to make Cleveland safer
- securing the future of our communities
Every three years, the Safer Stockton Partnership (SSP) undertake a Crime and Disorder Audit and, following public consultation, produce a Community Safety Plan which sets out how agencies within the Partnership intend to achieve targets in crime reduction.