Partnering in Community Safety

Information on partnership plans and local engagement meetings

The Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

The Community Safety Partnership is a multi-agency forum, which brings together responsible authorities as set out in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and the Police Reform Act 2002.

These laws placed a statutory requirement to work together to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.


These organisations are committed to:

  • working together to make the district a safe place to work, live and enjoy
  • reducing anti-social behaviour and crime and disorder; and
  • building stronger communities

Through producing a yearly strategic assessment and consultation with communities and partners a key number of priorities are set by the Community Safety Partnership each year, and produces the Icon for pdf Folkestone & Hythe Community Safety Partnership Plan 2019-20 [2.41MB]


Local engagement meetings

Meetings are being organised by the Community Safety Partnership for residents to share ideas and help identify priorities for tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in their local communities.

If you live in Folkestone East, Folkestone West, Folkestone Central, Folkestone Harbour, Broadmead, Cheriton, Sandgate, Hythe and Hythe Rural meetings will be held at the Saga Pavilion, Enbrook Park, Sandgate High Street, CT20 3SE at 7pm on:

  • Thursday 30 January
  • Thursday 28 May
  • Thursday 24 September

If you live in New Romney, Romney Marsh, Wallend and Denge Marsh meetings will be held at the Marsh Academy, Station Road, New Romney, TN28 8BB at 7pm on:

  • Wednesday 26 February
  • Thursday 25 June
  • Thursday 22 October

If you live in North Downs East and North Downs West meetings will be held in the Hawkinge Community Centre, Heron Forstal Avenue, CT18 7FP at 7pm on:

  • Thursday 26 March
  • Thursday 30 July
  • Thursday 26 November

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