HSFCN

Humberside Safer Future Communities Network (HSFCN)

Nationally, Safer Future Communities is working to develop and support networks in each of the police force areas in England and Wales. These local Safer Future Communities Networks will:

  • engage with PCCs and other local community safety commissioners to promote the role of the VCSE sector in local community safety activities;
  • highlight the community safety concerns of VCSE organisations and the people they work with and influence the decisions and agendas set by the PCCs to ensure they are reflective of local needs.

VANEL was commissioned to lead OUR LOCAL NETWORK – the Humberside Safer Future Communities Network.

The Humberside Safer Future Communities Network covers Northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire and it was launched on 30th July 2012 in Barton-upon Humber.

We maintain a website at www.vanel.org.uk/sfc where news related to the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and relevant news is posted.

Visit the website here.


Latest News from the Humberside Safer Future Communities Network website

The Victims Support Services Workshop took place in Barton on 12th May & the presentation from the event is here.
Attached is the final write up of the Closing the Humber Gap Conference hosted by the RSA in January 2014.
The National Safer Future Communities Network held a successful event in London on 20th February 2013 to explore how different forms of collaboration can ensure that the specialist services and innovative approaches of the voluntary and community sector are made available to police and crime commissioners and other commissioning bodies. You can read a summary […]
The February edition of the national Safer Future Communities newsletter is now out. Read it here.
We have previously advised, on the basis of information from the Home Office, that the PCCs Community Safety Funds are ringfenced from their wider policing budget. The Home Office has now sent us the following revised information:  “The CSF is un-ringfenced, which means PCCs have total freedom to use it as they wish. However, the […]