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A Safer Borough for All

Antrim and Newtownabbey Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) is committed to ensuring that the Borough is a safer place for everyone who lives here. As part of this commitment, at the Council meeting on Monday night (24 February), a new contract was awarded for the provision of a Community Safety Warden Scheme.
 

Antrim and Newtownabbey Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) is committed to ensuring that the Borough is a safer place for everyone who lives here. As part of this commitment, at the Council meeting on Monday night (24 February), a new contract was awarded for the provision of a Community Safety Warden Scheme.
 
The Community Safety Warden Scheme will help to address anti-social behaviour and crime across the Borough by having an on-street presence, patrolling areas to deter and address issues as they arise.
 
This scheme is just one of many measures outlined in the Antrim and Newtownabbey PCSP Strategic Plan 2019-2022 which aims to ‘Improve community safety by tackling actual and perceived crime and anti-social behaviour’.
 

Councillor Paul Dunlop, Chairman of the PCSP commented; “It’s important that both our businesses and residents feel that Antrim and Newtownabbey is a safe place to live and work. This Community Safety Warden Scheme will give us a presence on the ground tackling and gaining an understanding of the concerns of our residents. I welcome the support for this scheme and look forward to working with the new contractor.”

 
The scheme is currently operating and will now continue until March 2020.
 

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