Being and feeling safe both in our homes and within the wider community impacts on both our emotional and physical wellbeing. It also directly impacts on our personal resilience as well as impacting overall on a community’s resilience, confidence and cohesion.
What is included under this priority
Areas of work include:
- antisocial behaviour
- arson and deliberate fires
- safer homes
- road safety
- hate crime and community tension
Members of the public
Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if a crime is in progress.
Durham Constabulary’s report it web page gives you more information about who you should go to to report different types of anti-social behaviour and non-urgent crime.
You can also use the County Council’s website to report instances of anti-social behaviour or hate crime and incidents.
- Durham County Council – reporting anti-social behaviour
- Durham County Council – reporting hate crime and incidents
If you want to report a crime anonymously, you can do so through Crimestoppers
A Tension Monitoring Toolkit has been created to enable partners (including Police, Registered Social Landlords, Council staff, Health Practitioners and Fire Service staff) to raise concerns around community tensions that may escalate.
You can request the toolkit or raise any concerns by email to email@example.com