The Partners

Galsgow City Council

Glasgow City Council

The provision of a road safety service is a statutory duty of local authorities in Great Britain, this includes education, training, publicity and engineering schemes.Glasgow City Council’s Land and Environmental Services has a dedicated unit which provides this service to all Glasgow Citizen's.

The Traffic and Road Safety Section are committed to achieving or going beyond the casualty reduction figures set by the Government for the year 2020.

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Police Scotland

Police Scotland

Was established on 1 April 2013 and is responsible for policing across the length and breadth of Scotland, some 28,168 square miles. Police Scotland is the second largest force in the UK after the Metropolitan Police.

The Service is led by Chief Constable Philip Gormley and comprises police officers, police staff and special constables who are working together to deliver the best possible policing service for the people of Scotland. The Chief Constable is supported by a command team of 4 Deputy Chief Constables, Assistant Chief Constables and 3 Directors.

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Strathclyde Fire and Rescue

Strathclyde Fire and Rescue

Seeks to minimise the impact of injuries and deaths caused by RTCs by seeking continuous improvements in our response and intervention activities.

Seeks continuous improvement in road safety and reduce the number of RTCs through proactive safety campaigns and education programmes.

These two strategic objectives are aligned closely to those of the CFOAS’ Framework as follows:
Preventing: ....educating road users and engaging with vulnerable groups.
Protecting: ...ensure that responses are measured and targeted at areas of greatest risk
Responding: ...maintain the highest professional standards in relation to methods of operation and casualty care.

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Glasgow Community Planning Partnership

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership

The Partnership brings key public, private, community and voluntary representatives together with the aim of delivering better, more joined-up public services in the city. An important part of the Partnership's work is to ensure that the targeted regeneration of Glasgow continues to improve the quality of life for all of our citizens and visitors.

The Glasgow CPP has identified five priority themes (objectives) for the city. and one of these objectives relates to a Safe Glasgow.

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NHS Greater Glasgow

NHS Greater Glasgow

The Board provides strategic leadership and performance management for the entire local NHS system in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area and ensures that services are delivered effectively and efficiently. Responsible for the provision and management of the whole range of health services in this area including hospitals and General Practice, NHSGGC works alongside partnership organisations including Local Authorities and the voluntary sector. NHSGGC serves a population of 1.2 million and employs 44,000 staff – it is the largest NHS organisation in Scotland and one of the largest in the UK.

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Glasgow Community and Safety Services

Glasgow Community and Safety Services

We are an organisation which aims to prevent crime, tackle antisocial behaviour and promote community safety in the city. We bring together around 500 staff from Glasgow City Council, Strathclyde Police, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue and Glasgow's Community Safety Partnership.

In order to ensure we are providing local solutions to local issues we have developed a three-locality approach to our organisation, which aligns our services with Strathclyde Police divisions and the Community Planning Partnership - further enhancing our partnership working.

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