Manchester Community Safety Partnership brings together: Manchester City Council; Greater Manchester Police; Offender Services; the NHS; Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service; housing providers; the Universities and voluntary and community groups.

This website provides you with crime prevention advice, including advice specifically aimed at our large student population and details of past and current campaigns. It also provides you with a link to your local Neighbourhood Police Team and shows you how you can get involved in volunteering in Manchester.

Download the community safety strategy and find out more about the Manchester Community Safety Partnership

 


Let's End Hate Crime

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017 is taking place from Monday 6th - Sunday 12th February with over 40 events taking place across the city.  

This annual event, now in it's fifth year supports voluntary organisations to hold events to raise awareness of hate crime in Manchester, encourage reporting, promote community cohesion and celebrate diversity.  

There are events taking place across Manchester.  Please click here to see what events are taking place near you and pop along.  

This incredible week will finish with an event taking place on Sunday 12th February at 12noon on Market Street with the Lord Mayor.  This finale will highlight the amazing work throughout the week, bring together communities, neighbourhoods and celebrate the achievements of #HCAW2017 and the year ahead.  

 #WeStandTogether


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