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www.alcoholconcern.org.uk Alcohol Concern is the national agency on alcohol misuse. The website provides a wealth of information on a wide range of public policy issues affected by alcohol, including public health, housing, children and families, crime and licensing. They support specialist and non-specialist service providers helping to tackle alcohol problems at a local level, whilst also working to influence national alcohol policy.

www.drinkanddrugs.net A web portal for substance misuse specialists and those in the wider health, social care and criminal justice fields who deal with drug and alcohol issues in the course of their work.

www.audit-commission.gov.uk Government department offering community safety practitioner guidance and advice.

www.communities.gov.uk The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) was created on 5 May 2006 with a powerful remit to promote community cohesion and equality, as well as responsibility for housing, urban regeneration, planning and local government.

www.communitysafetyni.gov.uk The official website of the Offender Management Sector Unit, Northern Ireland Office.

www.communitysafetyscotland.org The Scottish Offender Management Sector Network, formally known as SLACS, is the national forum for officers who are responsible for developing strategic work on community safety in partnership with others.

www.crimeconcern.org.uk Crime Concern is a national crime reduction organisation and registered charity.

www.crimereduction.gov.uk The Crime Reduction Website aims to provide community safety and crime prevention practitioners with information and advice to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in their local area.

Crime Services Agency A leading publisher of community safety booklets specialising in community safety and crime reduction information. The website lists some of the community safety booklets published.

www.crimereduction.gov.uk/criminaldamage The new criminal damage mini-site provides information about criminal damage for agencies who are addressing criminal damage in their local area; a useful resource for practitioners to share information and experience.

www.crimestatistics.org.uk Crime statistics for England and Wales, covering the 12-month period to 31st March 2004. Includes statistics by region and area, long-term trends, and crime type definitions.

www.crimestoppers-uk.org Crimestoppers, a partnership between the police and the community to fight crime on a regional, national and international basis.

www.emergencyservicesinsurance.co.uk Emergency Services Insurance is a unique & specialist personal lines insurance intermediary for Emergency Services, HM Forces & other frontline personnel, & their friends & families.

www.jdi.ucl.ac.uk The Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science is the first in the world devoted specifically to reducing crime. It does this through teaching, research, public policy analysis and by the dissemination of evidence-based information on crime reduction.

www.nacro.org.uk Nacro is an independent voluntary organisation working to prevent crime.

www.neighbourhoodwatch.net National Neighbourhood Watch Association (NNWA) represents, promotes and develops the Neighbourhood Watch movement across the UK. It exists to promote good citizenship and greater public participation in the prevention and solution of crime so that effective liaison between the police and public can be achieved. In addition it provides research, training and materials for the community safety field.

www.octf.gov.uk The Northern Ireland Organised Crime Task Force (OCTF) was created in September 2000 as a mark of the Government’s determination to help Northern Ireland make the transition to a normal, stable and peaceful society.

www.probation.homeoffice.gov.uk Crime is a complex issue and it demands comprehensive and complex solutions. The National Probation Service (NPS) is a major component in reducing crime. The website is designed to provide access to information about the service, its work and its effectiveness and to act as a reference point for further information.

www.reassurancepolicing.co.uk The National Reassurance Policing Programme is a joint ACPO/Home Office programme. It aims to establish whether a reassurance policing model based on the concept of 'signal crimes' can impact on public perception of risk and insecurity. The policing model is designed to address the gap between falling crime levels and rising fear of crime.

www.respect.gov.uk The Respect website contains background information to the Respect agenda, what’s being done, and what’s new. There is also information on the work of the Respect Task Force, and a practitioner’s resource, including sample contracts. An on-line survey provides an easily accessible route to take part in the debate about respect, and play a role in helping to shape the national Respect strategy going forward.

www.safer-community.net Crime Concern is an independent national crime reduction charity, which provides technical assistance, training and project development services to Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships, Youth Offending Teams, Local Strategic Partnerships and other statutory and community groups. It also manages over 60 local community safety projects, many of which focus on tackling youth offending and reducing crime in high-risk neighbourhoods.

www.saferscotland.org The saferscotland website has individual pages for each fire brigade, health authority, police force, local authority and national organisations in Scotland with an interest in community safety. In addition the website has a news facility, library and discussion forum.

www.soca.gov.uk The Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) is a new law Offender Management agency created to reduce the harm caused to people and communities in the UK by serious organised crime. It takes over the functions of the National Crime Squad (NCS), the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), the role of HMRC in investigating drug trafficking and related criminal finance and some of the functions of the UK Immigration Service (UKIS) in dealing with organised immigration crime.

www.together.gov.uk The Together campaign supports local agencies and residents to tackle anti-social behaviour in their communities. The website provides information, advice, and resources to help practitioners take effective action across England and Wales.

www.wales.gov.uk A one-click stop to all the latest news, publications, business and strategies from the National Assembly for Wales and Welsh Assembly Government.

www.westminster.gov.uk/civicwatch CivicWatch is a council-led partnership project in the City of Westminster which aims to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and environmental concerns, and to increase community confidence.