Safer Hartlepool Partnership

The Safer Hartlepool Partnership is working hard to keep Hartlepool a safe place for people who live, work and socialise in the town


From feeling secure in your home to feeling confident whilst out in your local neighbourhood, community safety is one of the most important things for any resident living in Hartlepool.  That is why the Safer Hartlepool Partnership works alongside a number of key organisations to reduce crime and the fear of crime across the town. Our vision is to work together with you the local resident to create a safer community for the future of the town and we hope this website will allow you to access service information and advice whatever your needs.

Download a copy of the documents below:

Community Safety Plan 2017-20

Cleveland Police & Crime Panel Annual Report 2018-19

A new Community Safety Team that brings together staff from key agencies has been launched in Hartlepool.  The Hartlepool Community Safety Team is made up of staff from Hartlepool Borough Council, Cleveland Police and Cleveland Fire Brigade, who are all based together at Hartlepool Police Station in Avenue Road.

Hartlepool Community Safety Team is a single point of contact to:

  • Report anti-social behaviour
  • Request support for victims of crime and anti-social behaviour
  • Book a crime prevention visit
  • And more ........

Officers from the team will also hold weekly drop in sessions in the Community Hubs offering crime prevention advice and information on services on the following rota: Mondays - Central Hub; Tuesdays - South Hub; Wednesdays - North Hub.  Each drop in session will run between 11am and 2pm.

Contact the Hartlepool Community Safety Team on 01429 523100 or email