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One of the key functions of the Coleraine PCSP is to consult and engage with the local community on the issues of concern in relation to policing and community safety. The Policing Committee has a distinct responsibility to provide views to the relevant district commander and the Policing Board on policing matters.
Draft Disability Action Plan
We are now consulting on the draft Disability Action Plan for Coleraine Policing and Community Safety Partnership, outlining our commitment to fulfilling our Section 75 duties.
The new Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) were established in April 2012 and are responsible for the roles previously carried out by District Policing Partnerships and Community Safety Partnerships. PCSPs have been designated as public authorities, and as such are therefore required to produce a Disability Action Plan, and issue this for consultation.
We welcome any feedback or comments you may have on the action plan and comments can be forwarded by letter, email or telephone using the contact details below:
In writing; By email;
Gary Mullan/Melissa Lemon firstname.lastname@example.org
Coleraine Borough Council
66 Portstewart Road
By telephone; By text phone; (028) 7034 7034 (028) 7034 7026
A copy of the draft action plan can be accessed here;
DRAFT Disability Action Plan Jan 2014
If you would prefer a hard copy of the document or should you require the document in an alternative format, these can be supplied on request.
The consultation period will close at 5.00pm on Thursday 24th April 2014
Causeway Coast & Glens Policing and Community Safety Strategy
2015-2018 and an Action Plan 2015-2017.
Coleraine Borough Council, in association with Ballymoney Borough Council, Moyle
District Council & Limavady Borough Council, wish to appoint a service provider with
appropriate expertise to undertake the development of a Policing and Community Safety Partnership Strategy 2015-2018 and an Action Plan 2015-2017.
Terms of Reference available from the Community Development Team at Coleraine Borough Council. For more information please contact Gary Mullan on 028 7034 7034 or email email@example.com.
Closing date for submissions will be 12 noon on Friday 21st February 2014 and for project delivery to be complete by Friday 29th August 2014.
Who we are?
At present Coleraine PCSP has 10 political members and 9 independent members
together with statutory bodies who aim to work in partnership to tackle many issues
which effect all within our community.
- Alderman Mrs Maura Hickey
- Councillor David Barbour
- Councillor Sam Cole (Chair)
- Alderman William Creelman
- Councillor George Duddy
- Councillor Michelle Knight-McQuillan
- Councillor Bernard Fitzpatrick
- Councillor William Mc Candless
- Councillor William King
- Alderman James McClure
- Mr Patrick McGowan
- Mrs Patricia McQuillan
- Mrs Rae Morrison
- Mr Roger Mc Callum
- Mr Graeme Scobie
- Mr David Gibson
- Mrs Ann Mc Nicholl
- Mrs Sharon Burnett (Vice Chair)
- Mr Nigel Macauley
- Police Service of Northern Ireland - Chief Inspector Nicky Thompson
- Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Mark Alexander
- Youth Justice Agency - Mark Myer
- Northern Ireland Fire Brigade - Station Commander Tim Sturgeon
- North Eastern Education and Library Board - Eugene Stewart, Area Youth Officer
- Northern Ireland Probation Service - Mrs Janet Mc Clinton
- Northern Health and Social Care Trust - Mrs Pamela Craig
The Coleraine PCSP Manager: Mr Gary Mullan
PCSP Officer: Ms Melissa Lemon
All representatives of Coleraine PCSP can be contacted by E mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting PCSP at Coleraine Borough Council on 02870347032
Projects in your area last year (2012 -2013)
Coleraine PCSP has supported a range of community safety projects in your area. Some of these are listed below.
There are several other projects developed by Coleraine currently running within the Borough which tackle issues such as Confidence in Policing, Police Engagement, Fear of crime, Drug and alcohol abuse, and Anti Social Behaviour. Some of these are listed below.
Coleraine Partnership is continually striving to identify new and innovative ways to tackle all these issues in consultation with the community and partners with the vision of making Coleraine Borough a safer place for all
- Brighter Nights initiative to contribute to providing a safe and vibrant evening environment throughout Portrush and Portstewart during the summer months
- Understand the consequences’ DVD de.signed to target the issues surrounding Anti Social Behaviour within Coleraine Borough Council.This will include on street drinking, underage drinking, substance misuse,fake identification and the consequences of carrying out such behaviour onthe individual personally and how their negative behaviour affects the community
- Good Morning Causeway initiative to help to reduce the fear of crime felt by the more isolated and vulnerable members of the community by providing a telephone support service to the more vulnerable members of the community living on their own
- Diversionary Sports Programme to contribute to reducing anti-social behaviour in the Coleraine Borough by delivering a variety of Community Sports based initiatives and programmes that encourages diverse groups to meet within the more youthful community through sports
- FarmWatch scheme to promote safer neighbourhoods in rural communities and support for people within them
- A Detached youth intervention programme to engage with young people in areas with high incidence of anti-social Behaviour
- The Get Home Safe campaign comprises of various activities to promote get home safe messages and responsible alcohol consumption amongst a range of settings, including young people, people socialising, he general public, and the licensed trade.
Coleraine Borough Council
66 Portstewart Road
Tel: 028 7034 7032
Fax: 028 7034 7026
PCSPs are funded jointly by the Department of Justice and the Northern Ireland Policing Board.
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