Welcome to the Safer Stockport Partnership website.

You can find more information about our work in reducing crime, substance misuse and anti-social behaviour in Stockport.

The Safer Stockport Partnership joins together many public and voluntary organisations, including Stockport Council, Greater Manchester Police, the Health Service, Greater Manchester Probation Trust, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and Victim Support.

Its purpose is to reduce crime, substance misuse and anti-social behaviour and the effect that has on the people of Stockport.

The Partnership works with the community to develop new ways of protecting Stockport residents and their property from becoming targets of crime.

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Alcohol Awareness Week

It's Alcohol Awareness Week next week. Do you how much is too much? Did you know that in Stockport: The people most likely to ‘binge’ drink are 18-24 year olds and 40-44 year olds (drinking double the daily guidelines in any one day). 45-54 year olds are most likely...

It’s Not Okay – Child Sexual Exploitation

National Week of Action aimed at raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) between 21st September - 27th September. There will be a great deal of activity across Greater Manchester this week aimed at raising awareness of CSE. Stockport will hold two events:...