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What is the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership (ACSP) and what does it do?
The Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership has been working together for almost 10 years to make Aberdeenshire a safer place for everyone living in, working in or visiting the area.
To achieve this goal the Partnership has grown to include public organisations, the private sector and voluntary bodies. Aberdeenshire Council, Grampian Police, Grampian Fire and Rescue Service, NHS Grampian, Council of Voluntary Service, Community Groups are all very active. Also involved are Crimestoppers, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, British Transport Police to name just some.
The Partnership's success has been well documented and is based on the efficient joint working of agencies and community representatives and we hope that the strong partnership we have developed will continue to improve the quality of life by making Aberdeenshire a safer place for everyone living in, working in or visiting the area.
Over the last three years, the partnership has been working to strategic priorities, which were identified after wide consultation with the people of Aberdeenshire, public organisations, voluntary organisations and the private sector and analysis of data relating to Community Safety.
Who are the main partners?
How many local Community Safety Groups (CSG) are there and what do they do?
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If you would like more detailed information on how the ACSP and the local CSGs work, check the minutes of recent meetings.