> Central themes
The safety analysis shows that we need to place subversive crime, safety-related nuisance, and frequent offences (such as house burglary, pick-pocketing, and vehicle theft) at the heart of our safety approach in the years to come.
We will continue our approach to these themes for the next four years. Unlike before, in the years to come we will be shaping our safety approach more emphatically from the perspective of our residents’ everyday lives. In addition to a number of city-wide themes, the social task takes centre stage. The approach must be visible, tangible, and recognizable to our residents. Hence the programme title: a safe city begins at neighbourhood level.
We involve our residents, other domains, and partners in this approach. This mainly concerns the social and physical domain and key partners such as the police, the Public Prosecution Service, and the Community Safety Partnership, or Veiligheidshuis.
Download the complete policy outline Long-term Programme Safety in Maastricht 2019-2022 here.
We have made a schematic overview of the components within the Long-term Programme Safety in Maastricht 2019-2022, download ithere.