What is the Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP)??
Antrim and Newtownabbey PCSP works to help make communities safer and ensuring that the voices of local people are heard on local policing and community safety issues. The aim is to empower communities to develop solutions in partnership to tackle crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour.
What Does The PCSP Do?
Many community safety issues cannot be resolved in isolation, Antrim and Newtownabbey PCSP brings together partners from statutory agencies, communities and other groups to discuss, agree and co-ordinate actions in response to issues of concern. This makes a real difference on the ground. The PCSP aims to improve community safety by:
- Engaging and consulting with local people to help improve policing and community safety
- Identifying and prioritising issues of concern and working in partnership to tackle these issues
- Monitor the performance of police and work to gain the co-operation of the public in preventing crime
- Delivering a range of programmes or interventions in partnership with local communities and partner agencies to enhance community safety by impacting on crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour
Who are the PCSP?
Antrim and Newtownabbey PCSP is made up of elected and independent members as well as representatives from statutory bodies.
Step up to the B.E.A.T. this summer to Be Educated, Be Active, Be Together
Calling all 11+ years, BEAT will be running in the following venues near you throughout the summer on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 7-10pm from 3rd July – 25th August.
*Whiteabbey Community Centre, Glenville
*Rathcoole Youth Centre, Rathcoole
*Mill Green Youth Centre, Bawnmore
Rathenraw Community Centre, Antrim
*Lilian Bland Pavilion, Glengormley (Wednesday & Fridays only)
* closed over the 12th July.
Team Challenges Good Relations Hockey Drug Awareness Drumming Martial Arts, Arts & Craft Rugby E-Safety Urban Sports Healthy Relationships
Cost £1 per night. Turn up on the first night or for further information contact: [email protected] or
Tel J Cole: 028 9034 0112
BEAT Registration Form 2017 Mon Wed, Fri
BEAT Registration Form 2017 Glengormley
Summer 2017 Youth Zone
On Saturdays @ Crumlin Leisure Centre & Valley Leisure Centre 7-10pm (dates to be confirmed).
Suitable for 9-18 years, activities include Bubble Football, Climbing Wall, Circus Skills, Arts & Crafts, Football, Hockey and lots more. A courtesy bus will be available to drop at designated stops only
It's only 50p per night, REGISTRATION IS COMPULSORY – no entry without registration, the form is available to download below and bringing it along on your first night.
Beat and Summerzone 2017
Summer Youth Zone 2017 registration
Cllr Audrey Ball
Cllr Linda Clarke
Cllr Mandy Girvan
Cllr Stephen Ross
Cllr Paul Michael
Cllr Drew Ritchie
Cllr Noreen McClelland
Cllr Michael Goodman
Cllr Michael Maguire
Cllr Neil Kelly
Designated Body Members
Francis Loughlin (Education Authority)
Hugh Nelson (Northern Trust)
Denis Auld (NI Fire and Rescue Service)
Sharon Crooks (NI Housing Executive)
Marie Gilmore (NI Housing Executive)
Paul McCusker (Probation Board NI)
Simone Simpson (Probation Board NI)
Laura Totten (Youth Justice Agency)
Chief Insp Arthur Davidson (Police Service of NI)
Chief Insp Keith Jackson (Police Service of NI)
Superintendent Emma Bond (Police Service of NI)
There is a PCSP established in each Council area, Antrim and Newtownabbey PCSP is funded through Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council, Department of Justice and Northern Ireland Policing Board.
If you have an issue you would like to raise, then get in touch. Tel: 028 9446 3113 or 028 9034 0000, Email: [email protected] or in writing to PCSP, Mossley Mill, Carnmoney Road North, Newtownabbey, BT36 5QA.