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Fire and rescue services in England: a guide for police and crime panel members

The LGA has produced the document with Police and Crime Panel members in mind as its primary audience, but we hope it will also be of use to others who have an interest in developing their knowledge of how this essential public service is structured and governed.

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Councillor workbook: bribery and fraud prevention

Elected members have a range of statutory and moral obligations to protect the assets of their authority and need to equip themselves with the knowledge to deal with enquiries and question from residents.

Councillor development
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Tackling serious and organised crime

This guidance is for all those in local government who have a role in making our communities safer and protecting the most vulnerable members of our communities. It is aimed at leaders and members of community safety partnerships, health and wellbeing boards and local safeguarding boards.

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The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Implementing the community trigger

This guidance sets out the statutory requirements for agencies and explores how the community trigger might be implemented locally.

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Must knows children: Youth services and youth offending teams

Councils have a statutory duty to ‘secure, so far is reasonably practicable, equality of access for all young people to the positive, preventative and early help they need to improve their well-being', and to enable young people to lead their local offer.

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Must knows children: Youth services and youth offending teams

Councils have a statutory duty to ‘secure, so far is reasonably practicable, equality of access for all young people to the positive, preventative and early help they need to improve their well-being', and to enable young people to lead their local offer.

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Must knows children: Youth services and youth offending teams

Councils have a statutory duty to ‘secure, so far is reasonably practicable, equality of access for all young people to the positive, preventative and early help they need to improve their well-being', and to enable young people to lead their local offer.

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Community safety partnerships: a guide for police and crime commissioners

This document seeks to provide an introduction to CSPs. It will outline their statutory background, explain their working practices, look at their constituent parts, define the role of elected members, and show how they might work in tandem with you to reduce crime and make the communities you represent safer.

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Police and crime commissioners – A guide for councils

This guide: explains what the role of police and crime commissioners will be sets out what they mean for community safety partnerships looks at the implications for partnerships of PCCs commissioning community safety services examines the role and responsibilities of police and crime panels.