Community Safety Partnerships were formed following the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, which made it a statutory duty for each Local Authority area to have a Community Safety Partnership.
In 2017, a new Cwm Taf Community Safety Partnership Board was created, merging the previous two Boards (Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil) into a single Board answerable directly to the Cwm Taf Public Services Board.
The Community Safety Partnerships were formed following the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and have a have a number of community safety related priorities.
Report an incident of domestic abuse and access support available.
CCTV footage can help to identify crime offenders in the area.
View guidance on the safe use of fireworks.
View how hate crime is dealt with and report a crime.
Get help in dealing with anti-social behaviour in your area.
Help and support for anyone in South Wales affected by directly or indirectly by crime.