Safer Rotherham Partnership Priorities 2022-25

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The Safer Rotherham Partnership is reviewing its priorities for the next 3 years.

Based on an in-depth analysis of crime and community safety in Rotherham, and taking into account previous consultations with the public and other stakeholders, the partner organisations that make up the Safer Rotherham Partnership have identified the following key priorities:

  • Protecting vulnerable children 
  • Protecting vulnerable adults
  • Safer and Stronger communities

Before developing our objectives and work plans under these priorities, we would like to find out from people who live, work or have businesses in Rotherham, or who visit Rotherham for shopping, leisure and social activities, what their views and ideas are to make Rotherham a safer place for everyone.

Responses will help inform the work of the Safer Rotherham Partnership over the next three years.

Consultation and engagement activity took place from 7th February 2022 to 4th March 2022.  As part of this activity, we asked people to complete a short survey on what they think are the most important things the Safer Rotherham Partnership should do under each priority.

The Safer Rotherham Partnership is made up of senior representatives from the following organisations: National Probation Service; Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group; Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council; South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner; Voluntary Action Rotherham.  Partners work together to create strong strategic action plans for leadership, planning, problem solving and performance management to deliver positive solutions for the people of Rotherham.