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Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act Course

Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act
Individual cost: Price: £29.99(including 20 % tax)

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This online course will help you understand how community safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act apply to you at work.


Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act

The framework for establishing statutory Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) has been provided by the Crime and Disorder Act, which was passed in 1998. It means that a number of agencies, including the police, fire service, PCTs, Probation Trusts and local authorities have a responsibility for crime and disorder reduction, and a duty to consider it in all of their actions. This duty is referred to as Section 17. If you work in any of the above areas, then it is vital that you understand exactly what is expected from you and what you are responsible for in this area.

The purpose of the Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act online course is to give you this understanding, and you do not need any previous knowledge of the Act or of Section 17, or any relevant qualifications in order to take advantage of this eLearning course.

It will take you just two hours to complete Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act, though of course, it is not imperative that you do the entire course in one sitting. You will cover a number of relevant areas, which are: introducing community safety; making you aware of the partnerships for community safety; Section 17 and how it applies to you; the key themes in community safety like anti-social behaviour, domestic violence, rogue traders and bogus callers, hate crimes and criminal damage; techniques to solve problems, and recording and reporting.

Once you have finished Community Safety and Section 17 of the Crime Disorder Act, you will have the knowledge to explain just what it is; be able to identify common community safety themes; have an awareness of partnership working, problem solving and information sharing in order to promote safer communities, and know how to apply the principles of Section 17.

 

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Course Details


Course Details: ELearning
Length in Minutes    120 minutes
Language    English
Number of Modules    1
Qualification None
Course Prerequisites    None
Browser Compatibility    All Browsers
Android Compatible    2.2 and higher
iPad Compatible    No
iPhone Compatible    No
PC Compatible    Yes
Licence Period    6 Months

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