Community Safety & Wellbeing Partnership

Integrating a wide range of co-dependent outcomes

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


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  • If people want to learn something new, we enable that to happen by giving them the training and skills – and along the way they get good company and a sense of achievement from what they have made
    Archie Scott Committee member, Wee County Crafters
  • I get a lot of satisfaction as an RSVP volunteer and I would recommend getting involved. Volunteering Matters to me because of the impact it can have on our community and making a difference to peoples lives. It gives me the opportunity to keep active and to contribute to my community in retirement.
    Bob Kerr Handyperson, Volunteering Matters
  • Deciding to befriend was undoubtedly one of the best decisions I have ever made - we both get so much out of it. I look forward to spending time with her every week and we are always commenting on how much we have in common! Loneliness is something that can affect anyone at any time, and it is projects like this that are so important in helping to stop it. I would recommend befriending to anyone – even if they are feeling apprehensive like I was – as the benefits to the person you are matched with and yourself are endless
    Katie Wardlaw Befriender, Volunteering Matters
  • It has been a good transition from working full time to volunteering. I had not done anything like this since my children were young as I worked full time for a long time but now I feel I can give something back to the community – and I am really enjoying this role. It is a great fit
    Mary Quigley Mary Quigley, Driver/Group Assistant, The Friendship Club
  • I love the variety of work at Play Alloa – there is always something different going on – answering the phone, preparing for the Christmas fayre, parent information evenings, helping with surgeries and providing information for parents. I have really enjoyed being part of a team – everyone helps and supports each other
    Julie Milligan Administration Volunteer, Play Alloa