Havant’s crime fighting priorities are set

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REDUCING anti-social behaviour and tackling domestic abuse are two of the priorities of the Havant Safer Partnership.

The Partnership includes police, youth services, Havant Womens Aid and Havant Borough Council and Portsmouth City Council.

The priorities for 2012 were set at a seminar for the group on Monday.

Tim Pointer, community safety team leader, said the aim was to achieve a common goal ‘to improve the quality of life for Havant residents and to raise the profile of the area as an attractive place for employers and businesses.’

The Partnership also aims to reduce the impact of violent crime, support vulnerable victims and young people at risk of being drawn into crime.

Visit saferhavant.co.uk.