Community Safety

South Staffordshire Council, Staffordshire Police and partners are working together to keep your community safe through the Community Safety Partnership Plan 2020-2023.

We're committed to making South Staffordshire a safe place in which to live, work and visit.

We recognise the impact that crime and anti-social behaviour can have in our communities, therefore we will do everything within our power to reduce crime, the fear of crime and improve the quality of life for local people

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Anti-Social Behaviour

In this section, find out more about anti-social behaviour.


Here is a list of where the CCTV cameras are located

Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention

Cyber Crime

Cybercrime is broken down by the Home Office into two forms: Pure cybercrime and Cyber enabled...

Data and Links

Data and Links

Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse isn't just about physical violence. It covers all forms of physical, sexual, psychological and financial

Hate Crime

A hate incident or crime can be aimed at anyone based on their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, gend

Modern Day Slavery

Modern slavery crimes are being committed across the UK, taking place in factories, fields, brothels and even in homes u


Safer, Fairer, United Communities Strategy Priorities As part of his commitment to local communities, the Police and Cr

Safer Neighbourhood Panel

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Staffordshire, Matthew Ellis established the Ethics, Transparency and Audit

Staffordshire Police


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Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the Council Offices are now closed and residents should consider alternative ways of contacting the Council rather than visiting in person Please see the Contact box on the left for further information about how to contact us.