Community Safety

Corby Borough Council has a dedicated Community Safety Team who work in partnership with other agencies to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) to improve the quality of life for all in Corby Borough.

Corby has the highest public confidence figures in the county and more than half of our residents are confident that we are tackling crime & ASB in their Neighbourhood (figure at the end of March 2018).

Corby has been one of the few areas in the county to show significant fall in numbers of crime despite an increase in population. Falling from 7,529 for recorded crimes in 2006-07 down to  4,962 for 2016-17 with an uplift in the population of over 11,000.

The Corby Community Safety Partnership Board decided that the priorities for 2017-20 would be:

  1. To tackle Violence
  2. To tackle Interpersonal Violence
  3. Early Intervention and Vulnerabilities

The Partnership will keep a watching brief on:

  • Road Safety
  • Crime (Business, Vehicle & Cycle, Burglary)
  • Addressing local issues through the Joint Action Group (JAG)

For further information and advice please use the links below and to the side of this page.

ASB Service Standards

Hate Reduction Service Standards

Safer Corby Strategy

Corby Borough Council is committed to equality, fairness and respect.  If you would like us to change anything so we can treat you fairly, please let us know.


Last updated: Tuesday 13th August 2019 10:54:35 AM
Review date: Sunday 31st May 2020 10:45:10 AM