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Community Safety Partnership

RCT Community Safety PartnershipCommunity 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.

 


General-incidents
The Community Safety Partnerships were formed following the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and have a have a number of community safety related priorities.
Domestic-Abuse
Report an incident of domestic abuse and access support available.
CCTV
CCTV footage can help to identify crime offenders in the area.
Firework-safety
View guidance on the safe use of fireworks.
Hazardous-materials
View how hate crime is dealt with and report a crime.
Anti-social-behaviour
Get help in dealing with anti-social behaviour in your area.
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