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Safer Swansea advice

Making our communities safer places to live and work. The police, council, fire, health and probation services, along with many other organisations and charities, work together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.

Safer Swansea has a duty to ensure people are sufficiently protected from a range of real and perceived dangers. This includes:

  • crime
  • anti-social behaviour
  • fire accidents
  • providing support and protection for people who are affected by such issues.

It works in the following key areas and plans and carries out projects and activities to tackle local crime issues covering everything from pubs and clubs using toughened plastic glasses to taxi marshals, CCTV coverage and home security.

  • alcohol and drugs
  • anti-social behaviour
  • children and young people
  • city centre violent crime
  • community cohesion
  • safeguarding those at risk
  • working together.

Report suspicious activity

The Safer Swansea Partnership encourages all residents in the community to report any suspicious vehicles or activities like cold callers, criminal damage or anti-social behaviour incidents.

Paws on patrol

Community conscious dog walkers in Swansea can help their local neighbourhood by reporting any suspicious occurrences or incidents of anti-social behaviour.

Swansea Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch aims to bring neighbours together to create strong, friendly, active communities where crime and anti-social behaviour are less likely to happen.

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Last modified on 13 August 2021