Derbyshire Constabulary has many years of experience working in the community and managing partnership arrangements. Multi-agency groups exist across the county working hard to reduce crime and make Derbyshire an even safer place.
The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 imposes a legal requirement on local authorities, the police and other key agencies to work together at district level to develop and implement strategies for reducing crime and disorder.
This page gives you access to just some examples of our work with external partners.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service is our preferred partner of choice in Derbyshire.
In 2016 we moved into a joint headquarters facility to find efficiencies as well as to forge a closer working arrangement, and we continue to look for opportunities to bring our respective services closer together.
Derby City Council
Derbyshire Constabulary works in close partnership with Derby City Council amongst many other groups and local agencies within the city of Derby.
Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire Constabulary also works in close partnership with Derbyshire County Council - and other public, private, voluntary and community sector organisations to help improve the quality of life of the people of Derbyshire.
•Visit the Derbyshire County Council website to read more about the Derbyshire Partnership Forum
•Also, read how we are working in partnership to plan for emergencies. We belong to what is known as the Local Resilience Forum.
- Derbyshire Youth Inc
- Crown Prosecution Service, Derbyshire
- CREST - Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team
- Derby and Derbyshire Road Safety Partnership
- Derbyshire Youth Offending Service
- HM Courts Service
- HM Prison Service
- National Probation Service in Derbyshire
- Safeguarding Children Board
- Safer Derbyshire
- Victim Support