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.
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:
- Clackmannanshire Council
- NHS Forth Valley
- Scottish Fire & Rescue Service
- Police Scotland
- Forth Valley College
- Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface