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Safer Southwark Partnership
The Safer Southwark Partnership (SSP) aims to reduce crime and disorder in Southwark.
The council community safety & enforcement team, the fire brigade, the probation service and the police work together with other agencies to tackle crime and disorder issues in Southwark.
The Safer Southwark Partnership (SSP) has agreed minimum standards of service for responding to antisocial behaviour and for victims and witnesses of crime. These are a commitment to residents that the SSP will continue to keep Southwark a safe place to live, work and visit.
Read the Safer Southwark Partnership rolling action plan 2013 - 2015
Read Southwark's violent crime strategy 2010 to 2015 on how the Safer Southwark Partnership plans to tackle violent crime in the borough and help to keep Southwark a safe place to live, work and visit.
Read Southwark's Dog Strategy 2011 to 2014 on how the partnership will deliver services that promote the value of dogs and encourage responsible dog ownership across the borough including those dangerously out of control.
Download the Safer Southwark Partnership Information Sharing Protocol and full background information. Stakeholder agencies are invited to subscribe to the Protocol, at the discretion of the SSP Executive.