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Crime, Safety & Emergencies
Anti-social behaviour is a broad term used to describe the day to day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that makes many people's lives a misery. Find out more about how Broxtowe tackles Anti-social behaviour.
Community Safety covers a broad spread of issues for the local community, from reducing crime and anti-social behaviour to providing CCTV and security services at locations across the Borough. Find out more on how Broxtowe Borough Council helps in dealing with crime.
The South Nottinghamshire Community Safety Partnership of which Broxtowe Borough Council is a member brings together a range of different organisations to tackle issues across Broxtowe and the rest of South Nottinghamshire. Find out more about the Partnership.
Broxtowe Borough Council holds Community Safety Drop In Sessions throughout the Borough to provide free advice on how to stay safe and prevent crime. Find out more about the sessions.
The surveillance systems used throughout Broxtowe form part of the wider crime reduction strategy and images from these systems are continuously monitored at the council's shared communications centre. Find out more about how we use CCTV.
Domestic abuse isn't just physical. It's about someone you know trying to control your life. This could be a partner, ex-partner, or someone in the family. It can be financial, psychological, emotional or sexual. Find out more about the Domestic Violence and Abuse Services in Broxtowe.
Change, Grow, Live (CGL) New Directions County South is a drug and alcohol treatment and recovery service for adults in Nottinghamshire. Find out more about them and the Drugs and Alcohol services available in Broxtowe.
Broxtowe Borough Council's Emergency Planning Team deals with those emergencies that require a response from one or more of the Council's services that are extraordinary and exceptional to the usual level of service provision and / or that the Emergency Services can't handle alone. Find out more about the work the Emergency Planning Team do.
A hate incident is: "Any incident, which may or may not constitute a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person, as being motivated by prejudice or hate." Find out more on how to report and deal with a Hate Crime.
Find out more about the work Broxtowe Borough Council does to help prevent Modern Slavery.
Have you seen something, heard something, or been told something which has troubled you about a child or vulnerable adult? Find out how to help us safeguard those who are vulnerable.
CONTEST is the name given to the United Kingdom's counter-terrorism strategy. Its aim is to reduce the risk to the UK and its interests overseas from terrorism, so that people can go about their lives freely and with confidence. Find out more on how to help tackle Terrorism and Extremism.