Community Safety Charter

Bluebird Care Rushcliffe & Melton has signed up to the 'Community Safety Charter' launched at the Neighbourhood Watch Crime and Community Conference 2022.

What is the Community Safety Charter?

The Community Safety Charter aims to engage with a broader reach of people, businesses and organisations to encourage them to take an active stance against crimes in public spaces, such as harassment, hate crime, and antisocial behaviour. The Charter tagline is #BeTheChange, focusing on the role of active bystanders in leading the change within their communities. The Charter supports greater understanding about how we recognise and deal with community safety issues and support victims by knowing where to get help, how and who to report to, enabling a more positive, proactive approach by the whole community when witnessing or experiencing confrontation, hostility or harassment.

What do we pledge?

By signing up to the Community Safety Charter, Bluebird Care Rushcliffe & Melton pledge to four actions:

·  PROMOTE – promote a culture that does not tolerate harmful language, antisocial behaviour and hostility toward others.

·  ENABLE – enable others to identify and take an active stance to prevent harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation within their community.

·  REPORT - actively encourage and support others to report harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation and share intelligence about these crimes with the relevant authorities.

·  SUPPORT – support those affected by harassment, antisocial behaviour and intimidation and refer victims to the appropriate support agency.

If you are interested in finding out more and/or signing up visit

What is Nottinghamshire Alert?

Nottinghamshire Alert allows Nottinghamshire Police, local authorities, Neighbourhood Watch and other public organisations to keep local people informed about issues affecting their area in a timely way.

When you sign-up, you can choose which organisations can contact you, what information you'd like to receive and whether you'd like to receive messages by email, text message or voice message.

Visit if you are interested in learning more and wish to sign up.

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3. Assessment

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4. Care team chosen & care starts

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