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Community Safety

Advice about Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) and how to report it.
The “ASB Case Review” (also known as the 'Community Trigger') gives victims the power to request a review of their case.
Information on surveillance systems (CCTV) within Rushcliffe.
Advice and information about domestic abuse.
A domestic homicide review (DHR) is when someone aged 16 or over dies as a result of violence, abuse or neglect by a relative, household member or someone they've been in an intimate relationship with.
Crimes that breach environmental legislation and cause significant harm or risk to the environment, human health, or both.
Protect yourself from crime - take steps to reduce the risk.
Information about modern slavery and how to make a report.
Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch - how to join.
Information about the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to address anti-social behaviour.
Information about the South Nottinghamshire Community Safety Partnership.
Information on how to report concerns relating to terrorism and extremism.
The White Ribbon campaign to raises awareness of abuse towards women.
Information on Serious Violence Duty
Information on how to protect yourself from scams. There is also a useful list of support organisations at the end of this booklet.