Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP)
What are PCSPs?
Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) work to make communities safer, ensuring that the voices of local people are heard.
In Belfast we have an overarching Policing and Community Safety Partnership and four District Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (North, South, East and West).
Each partnership is made up of elected and independent members and representatives from the statutory sector.
We aim to build safer, shared and confident communities by:
- engaging and consulting to help improve policing and community safety
- working in partnership with local communities, partners and agencies
- monitoring our performance and being transparent about what we have achieved, and
- encouraging cooperation with, and inspiring confidence in, the justice system and, in particular the police.
North Belfast District PCSP Feedback
North Belfast District PCSP developed a survey to hear the views of local residents about the work of the PCSPs in their area.
North Belfast DPCSP provides support in the following areas:
- Castle (Bellevue, Cavehill, Chichester Park, Duncairn, Fortwilliam and Innisfayle)
- Court (Ballygomartin, Forth River, Shankill and Woodvale)
- Oldpark (Ardoyne, Ballysillan, Cliftonville, Legoniel, New Lodge, and Waterworks)
This survey closed on Monday 13 March 2017 at 4pm.
All PCSP events can be found in our events section.
Policing Committee funding grants of up to £1,000 are now available through our district PCSPs.
The grants are aimed at helping and encouraging groups to work directly
with the PSNI, building relationships and confidence in policing.
To find out more, visit our Grants and funding page