To be responsible for the strategic direction and promotion of community cohesion, tackling crime and enforcement in the borough including:
· Working with community groups, and statutory agencies to both maintain and improve community cohesion and community safety, reduce crime, mitigate its effect and reduce fear of crime including hate crime;
· Champion the Council’s commitment to social inclusion and fairness and Representation on appropriate partnerships, boards and groups;
· To be responsible for all associated Public Protection and enforcement activity, including; PSPOs, Selective Licencing, Fly-tipping, Environmental Health, and tackling rogue and irresponsible landlords,
· Tackling Domestic Violence and Abuse; and supporting survivors.
(Note: Full details of the Community Cohesion, Crime and Enforcement Portfolio Holder’s responsibilities can be found in Part 3A of the Council's Constitution).