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This site contains information on the background of the Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership, our priorities and initiatives and examples of how we are working together to enhance the quality of life in North Lincolnshire by tackling crime and disorder.
There are also useful links to other crime reduction websites offering crime prevention advice and information on how you can help to reduce crime and disorder.
Safer Neighbourhoods and the Road Safety Partnership (whose members include Safer Neighbourhoods, North Lincs Council, Humberside Police, Humberside Fire & Rescue Service, East Midlands Ambulance Service as well as its associate members HM Coroner’s Office, TATA Steel and Scunthorpe Telegraph) worked closely together and produced the North Lincolnshire Speed Management Strategy which looked at the overall problem in the county, surveyed a number of locations and allocated a score.
Twenty-one (21) locations were identified as ‘hot spots’ and the Road Safety Partnership put in various measures to control speeding vehicles, but there were a number of other locations which didn’t quite rank as ‘hot spots’ and so they became eligible to become part of the Community Speed Watch scheme.