PCSPs (Policing and Community Safety Partnerships) aim to make our community safer.
They are statutory bodies established under the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 and bring together, in one partnership, the functions and responsibilities of District Policing Partnerships (DPPs) and Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs), building on the most useful and effective aspects of each, while operating in a more streamlined and joined up way.
They are funded jointly by the Department of Justice and the Northern Ireland Policing Board.
Each PCSP has a Policing Committee to take forward specific police monitoring and engagement functions, with the wider PCSP taking forward community safety related functions.
PCSPs may also establish Delivery Groups to address particular community safety issues that arise in their areas.
Lisburn PCSP has 10 political members and 9 independent members (appointment of independent members will be confirmed during April 2012).
The following are political members on the PCSP:
|Councillor Stephen Magennis, (Chairman)||Councillor Thomas Beckett|
|Councillor Alan Carlisle||Councillor Pat Catney|
|Councillor Andrew Ewing||Councillor Jenny Palmer|
|Councillor John Palmer||Councillor Brian Dornan|
|Councillor Ronnie Crawford||Councillor Uel Mackin|
The following are independent members on the PCSP:
|Mrs Betty Campbell||Mrs Elizabeth Price|
|Mr Philip Dean||Mr Michael George|
|Mr Martin Busch (Vice-Chairman)||Mr Ben Mallon|
|Mr Colm Keenan||Miss Fiona McCausland|
|Mrs Barbara Horner|
The Lisburn PCSP Manager is Mrs Angela McCann.
Lisburn PCSP aims to make our community safer. We do this by focusing on the policing and community safety issues that matter most in Lisburn. We:
Lisburn PCSP Policing Committee works with local police to develop the local policing plan and monitor their performance against this plan.
The role of the Policing Committee is to carry out the following specific functions:
Lisburn PCSP will work with the community to identify issues of concern in the local area and potential solutions, and will prepare a plan to address these concerns. The focus of the plan will be on delivering practical solutions.
We also work in partnership with those organisations that have a contribution to make to enhancing community safety in our area.
Community involvement is vitally important if we are to really deliver a safer society for everyone. Lisburn PCSP would be keen to hear your views.
We will be hosting public meetings in the future and these will be publicised locally.
This website page will also updated regularly.
Contact the Angela McCann Lisburn PCSP Manager in one of the following ways:
By phone: 028 9250 9279