Community Safety tends to mean different things to different people at different times of their lives and can vary considerably from locality to locality. The most commonly accepted definition states that community safety is about "protecting people's rights to live in confidence and without fear for their own and other people's safety" (COSLA). Community Safety is therefore about being able to feel safe at home, at work, walking down the street or in other public places. It relates to individuals' quality of life and encourages individuals to seek the most favourable opportunities available to them, to enable them to live their lives safely, without fear of crime or disorder. Dundee City Council and partners are committed to delivering the Dundee Community Safety Outcome Improvement Plan (CSOIP) 2017-2022 (415KB PDF) Dundee Community Safety Team Dundee Community Safety Team - we’re here to help ! The Community Safety Team supports the work of Dundee City Council and Dundee Community Safety Partnership to ensure: “Our communities will be safe and feel safe” Download our new Parents and the Internet Booklet (463KB PDF) Community Safety Team Annual Report 2014/15 (898KB PDF) The Team consists of the following groups: Community Safety Wardens Community Safety Workers Contact Us firstname.lastname@example.org 01382 436421 https://www.facebook.com/dundeecommunitysafetypartnership Community Safety Hub, West District Housing Office3 Sinclair Street, Dundee DD2 3DA For more information on Dundee Community Safety Partnership activities and progress please go to the Community Safety page of the Dundee Partnership website.