During his term of office the Commissioner will work closely with a wide range of partner organisations. In this section you will be able to see who these organisations are and how they and the Commissioner will work together to achieve their goals. Simply click on the titles below to go to the required page.
Have been working closely with Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), to build the relationship between the wider community safety network and how sport can have a positive impact on youth crime and Anti-social behaviour. The relationship has seen the StreetGames head of Sport and Community Safety being hosted by the PCC as a platform to build wider relationships across England and Wales. Access further information on the Youth Crime and Sport Programme or visit the Street Games website.
Community Safety Funding
Get more information on Community Safety Funding.
Police and Crime Panel
The Commissioner's work will be assessed, supported and challenged by the local Police and Crime Panel (PCP). Find out more about the PCP.
Partnership Information and Links
The Commissioner will be working closely with partners ensuring a multi-agency approach to reducing crime and tackling community safety issues. Find out more about our partner agencies.
From April 2013 the Commissioner will be able to make small grants in order to commission services to help him meet his aims and objectives.
Local Criminal Justice Board
Find out more about the Derbyshire Criminal Justice Board.
The Crime Prevention Website
The Crime Prevention Website is the largest and most comprehensive resource for free Crime Prevention and Home Security advice online.
The Neighbourhood Watch website contains a wealth of safety information including details of how to find your local group.
Third Party Sites
Please be aware that these pages will contain links to other websites which may be accessed through our website. All links to other websites will open in a new window. We are not responsible for the data, policies, procedures or content of these linked web sites. It is your responsibility to ensure that you read any terms and conditions and policies applicable to such third party sites.