Public Performance Reporting
- South Ayrshire’s Community Safety Partnership aims to create a safe, healthy and
confident South Ayrshire, working with Police Scotland, Fire & Rescue, NHS Ayrshire
& Arran and others to develop services and projects that will help achieve this.
- SafeAyr Shore operated successfully during the summer of 2011, tackling antisocial
behaviour on Ayr seafront with high visibility police and community support worker
patrols. A survey of people visiting the shore area over the summer showed that
71% of respondents rated the shore area a safe place to visit.
- Fairway Forward has run eight golf programmes aimed at encouraging young people
to become involved in golf, while tackling antisocial behaviour on golf courses.
56 young people have taken part in the scheme and are encouraged to join the Fairway
Forward junior golf club.
- The Additional Security Project provides multi-agency support for women and children
experiencing domestic abuse. Women referred have access to practical support to
help them feel safer in their own homes. 103 women benefited from the service in
- The Community Safety Antisocial Behaviour Team provides support for people experiencing
antisocial behaviour. 860 cases were reported in 2009/10 – 70% of which were resolved.
- The ‘Doo’ The Right Thing Project involved young people in the Maybole area in training,
racing, and feeding their own team of racing pigeons. This took time and effort
and provided an innovative way of engaging with young people, and involving them
in an inter-generational activity.
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