New Isles of Scilly community safety leaflet published

The Isles of Scilly Community Safety Partnership is made up of organisations from the public, private and voluntary sector which work together to make the Isles of Scilly safer.

This statutory partnership provides a coordinated response to community safety issues on the islands and has recently produced an Isles of Scilly community safety leaflet. The leaflet, which has been delivered to all households on the islands, explains how to report any issues related to the following:

  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Noise nuisance
  • Licensing
  • Rough sleeping
  • Crime
  • Hate crime
  • Littering, graffiti, and dog fouling
  • Child abuse
  • Adult abuse
  • Domestic abuse and sexual violence

The content of the leaflet can be found on the Council’s ‘Community Safety in Your Area’ webpage, with information relating to the membership and wider work of the partnership and the forthcoming rebranding to ‘Safer Scilly’ on the 'Community Safety Partnership' webpage.

Additional paper copies of the leaflet can be collected from the following venues across the islands:

St Mary’s: Library, Hospital, Health Centre, Mumford’s Newsagents, Post Office, Police Station and the Wellbeing Centre reception at Carn Gwaval
St Agnes: Post Office, Turks Head pub
Bryher: Community Hall and Post Office
St Martin’s: Community Hall and Post Office
Tresco: Community Hall

Publishing date: 
Friday, 5 August, 2022