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Community Well-being and Safety Partnership

Community Well-being and Safety Partnership

The Community Well-being and Safety Partnership Team integrates a wide range of co-dependent outcomes. These include ensuring our communities feel safer and addressing the inequalities, deprivation and poverty experienced in our least advantaged communities.

Partners have identified the following priorities for this Team

  • Alcohol & Drugs
  • Home and Road Safety of those most vulnerable
  • Anti-social Behaviour
  • Domestic violence and hate crime
  • Mental health and personal resilience
  • Employability of those furthest from employment

The Team is supported by short life working groups which co-ordinate key areas of partnership work and develop a performance and reporting framework to capture that work and its impact.

Representatives

The Community Well-being and Safety Partnership Team is co-chaired by a representative each of Clackmannanshire Council and NHS Forth Valley. It meets quarterly and is made up of representatives of

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