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Industrial action

Industrial action between 26 April and 15 June 2022 is impacting bin collections, recycling and street cleaning.

Details of service changes

Rugby Community Safety Partnership

What we do

We want you to feel safe in your neighbourhood

How will we do this:

  • We will keep you informed about our work in your neighbourhood and where appropriate give you chances to be involved.
  • We will work with and support vulnerable young people and help them sort out any conflicts they have.

We want to make sure you are not harmed by crime, alcohol or drugs

How will we do this:

  • We will work with all of the appropriate agencies to support those who misuse alcohol or
  • We will support the street pastors helping to reduce alcohol-related violence in the town
  • We will work with the Licensing trade to reduce late night town centre
  • We will ensure that any drug related litter is removed quickly and
  • We will pursue drug dealers relentlessly by working with local, regional and national partners

We want people to be law-abiding and to stop offenders from committing further crimes

How will we do this:

  • We will continue to provide specialist support to help prevent people from offending again
  • We will get more treatment for offenders to reduce alcohol and drug fuelled crime
  • We will take Community Payback into more areas of Rugby giving offenders a chance to “pay back” by doing work in local neighbourhoods.

We want to reduce crime and ASB

How will we do this:

  • We will work with specialist Domestic Abuse workers to support victims of domestic violence, and, try and change the behaviour of those committing it
  • We will use CCTV cameras and our Community Safety Wardens to reduce acquisitive crime
  • We will help victims of ASB by making it clear what support they can expect from us

We want to create positive futures for young people in Rugby

How will we do this:

  • We will work with schools and young people on programmes to stop bullying
  • We will continue to work with vulnerable young people especially those who are excluded from school or in danger of becoming involved in gangs
  • We will work closely with staff delivering the Priority Families programme
     

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