Community Safety Campaigns

There are both local and national campaigns that aim to tackle crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour (ASB). We work with partners to make a timetable of campaigns throughout the year. Promoting crime prevention, personal safety, raising awareness of local issues and hoping to reduce crime, disorder and ASB.

Below are just some of our campaigns:  

SpringWatch runs in April each year, aimed at tackling ASB, off-road vehicle nuisance and deliberate fires. 

Listen to the campaign as featured on WISH FM

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Safespace runs throughout July and August each year. It aims to reduce ASB and off-road vehicle nuisance in St.Helens parks and open spaces.

Listen to the campaign as featured on WISH FM

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Be the Good Guy runs throughout October and November. It aims to tackle ASB and nuisance fires over the Halloween and Bonfire period.

Listen to the campaign as featured on WISH FM

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Give Domestic Violence an Expiration Date is our main campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence and encourage victims to come forward and report the crime.

Listen to the campaign as featured on WISH FM

 

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Our Lets Tackle Domestic Violence Together campaign is proud sponsor of Saints Rugby Player Jake Spedding. It aims to tackle domestic violence against women and children and raise awareness with St.Helens residents.  

Listen to the campaign as featured on WISH FM

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Break Free from domestic violence is our youth campaign, aimed at encouraging young people to break free from domestic violence. Break _free _logo _-_green 

 

Stop Hate Uk can be used to report hate crime, if people do not want to ring the police. 

Raising awareness about hate crime and encouraging victims to come forward and report the crime.

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St Helens No Place for Hate Is our local Hate Crime initiative. Join the list of people who have pledged their support to our no place for hate campaign.                    

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One Punch Can Kill is a campaign aiming to raise awareness about alcohol related violence, particularly around St.Helens Town Centre over the Christmas period.  One Punch Logo

 

Safer In Town - want people who might feel vulnerable in public places to feel safer using the Town Centre. Follow the link to the page for details on how to register for the scheme.

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Please contact us if you would like to support our campaigns or get involved, this may be simply wanting to display a poster, being involved in outreach or to provide your ideas - we are always keen to hear from our community.