Community safety

Safer Hambleton Hub

The Safer Hambleton Hub is based in Hambleton District Council and accesses countywide community safety services, facilitates projects to reduce crime and disorder and co-ordinates multi-agency problem solving processes as well as managing CCTV and working towards the Prevent Duty. 

The Safer Hambleton Hub is managed by the Safer Hambleton Co-ordinator working in close liaison with the police and other partners.

Enjoy Hambleton Safely booklet

The Hub has developed an Enjoy Hambleton Safely booklet aimed at providing residents with advice and information on a range of services including crime prevention, safety and wellbeing. The booklet has been developed with support from the 18 support agencies featured. Get the latest version here:

Community Safety

When crime and anti social behaviour issues are highlighted or trends identified, multi agency problem solving interventions can be quickly put in place to help our neighbourhoods stay safe.

The Safer Hambleton Community Safety Hub consists of:

  • Hambleton District Council
  • the Police
  • the fire service
  • social landlords such as Broadacres
  • probation services
  • youth services
  • voluntary services

The work has seen crime and anti social behaviour levels drop significantly over recent years for residents and visitors alike.

Whilst there have been many changes to the organisations working to keep Hambleton safe over the last few years alongside significantly reduced budgets to deliver initiatives, work has continued to reduce crime, disorder and anti social behaviour for all those who live, work or visit our area.

Through the Safer Hambleton Hub, multi agency problem-solving is the key to tackling troubling behaviour in our towns and villages and all organisations work together to solve issues and incidents as quickly and efficiently as possible.

North Yorkshire Community Safety Partnership

The North Yorkshire Community Safety Partnership takes the strategic lead for statutory responsibilities.It brings together the responsible authorities, supported by other relevant organisations, to fulfil their statutory responsibilities to work together in accordance with the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.

Each district has a Local Delivery Team (LDT) and the Safer Hambleton Hub is the LDT for Hambleton. The purpose of the Local Delivery Team is to bring together the operational managers of the responsible authorities, supported by other relevant organisations, to co-ordinate and ensure the delivery of the North Yorkshire Community Safety Plan.

CCTV in Hambleton

Find out more about our CCTV here:

Modern Slavery Policy

Everyone has a right to protection from modern slavery, and we have a shared responsibility to recognise the signs of modern slavery and prevent it from happening. 

Our policy is here:

rating button