Frequently Asked Questions

 

How is the Community Safety Partnership funded?

Community Safety Partnership is funded directly by the Department of Justice.

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How does the Community Safety Partnership decide what projects to fund?

The community Safety Partnerships has a set number of Strategic Priorities and they are:

  1. To reduce anti social behaviour.
  2. To reduce violent crime.
  3. To reduce the fear of crime.
  4. To increase confidence in the police and criminal justice system.

All community Safety Projects in the Newry and Mourne area must address these Strategic Priorities.

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What is Summer Splash?

Summer Splash is a separately funded project which provides groups with amounts of funding to reduce anti social behaviour during the months of July and August.

 

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Where is the Community Safety Partnership based?

The Community Safety Partnership is located in the Monaghan Court Offices and is managed by the Newry and Mourne District Council.

 

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Can you view the CCTV footage?

You can view CCTV footage by filling in a dat 1 form which is available to download from the Newry and Mourne District Council website. You then must take this form to your local PSNI station and pay a £10 fee. This will allow the monitoring suite to search for the footage that is required.

We would encourage everyone to report any incident to themselves or their property to the PSNI, The investigating officer in the PSNI will then search for any relevant CCTV footage and you can view it in communication with the PSNI.

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What is Community Television?

The Community Television is made up of 10 TV screens that are located across Newry and Mourne in the following locations:

Southern Regional College

Newry Library

Newry Deli Lites

Newry Bus Station

Newry Daisy Hill Hospital

Newry Kilkeel PCT

Warrenpoint Library

Newtonhamilton Health Centre

Crossmaglen Health Centre

Sean Hollywood Arts Centre

The clips on the community TV give out messages that are about Community Safety, Health Crime and other environmental issues that are relevant to the people of Newry and Mourne. The system does not carry any advertising and the content is controlled by the Community Safety Partnership.

 

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