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Jeudi 24 Septembre 2020

Organisations

Home Office

Domaine

National, Royaume-Uni

TypePays d'origine

Administrations Royaume-Uni

Matière

Délit, Juvénile, Protection, Recherche, Violence

Activité

Purpose:

To work with individuals and communities to build a safe, just and tolerant society enhancing opportunities for all and in which rights and responsibilities go hand in hand, and the protection and security of the public are maintained and enhanced.

To support and mobilise communities so that, through active citizenship, they are able to shape policy and improvement for their locality, overcome nuisance, anti-social behaviour, maintain and enhance social cohesion and enjoy their homes and public spaces peacefully.

To deliver the Department’s policies and responsibilities fairly, effectively and efficiently through the most up to date project and day to day management, the best use of resources and the development of partnership working.

Information d'intérêt

Aims:

To reduce crime and the fear of crime, tackle youth crime and violent, sexual and drug-related crime, anti-social behaviour and disorder, increasing safety in the home and public spaces.

To reduce organised and international crime, including trafficking in drugs, people and weapons, and to combat terrorism and other threats to national security, in co-operation with EU partners and the wider international community.

To ensure the effective delivery of justice, avoiding unnecessary delay, through efficient investigation, detection, prosecution and court procedures. To minimise the threat to and intimidation of witnesses and to engage with and support victims.

Données de contact

7th Floor 50, Queen Anne’s Gate, SW1H 9AT, London, London, Royaume-Uni
Téléphone:0870 000 1585 - Fax: 020 7273 2065
public.enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/

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