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Home > Safer and Stronger Communities > Partnership Standards

The contents of this website are under review following the formation of a new HM Government. Current information may be found at www.gonetwork.gos.gov.uk.

Partnership Standards

The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 made partnership working statutory in England and Wales. In 2006 the Home Office reviewed the partnership provisions of the Act. The improvements of this review were reflected in the Police and Justice Act 2006 and in subsequent regulations which came into force on 1 August 2007.

These statutory requirements form part of the Hallmarks of Effective Partnerships.  The Hallmarks represent the key aspects of partnership working that underpin effective delivery though partnerships.  The six Hallmarks of Effective Partnerships are:

  • Empowered and Effective Leadership
  • Visible and Constructive Accountability
  • Intelligence-Led Business Processes
  • Effective and Responsive Delivery Structures
  • Engaged Communities
  • Appropriate Skills and Knowledge

The Hallmarks are detailed in guidance published by the Home Office in October 2007 ‘Delivering Safer Communities: A guide to effective Partnership Working’. This guidance includes many examples of good practice from partnerships in the South East.

GOSE’s role

The Government Office for the South East leads on providing support and guidance to CDRPs and County Strategy Groups within the South East on the implementation of the Hallmarks of Effective Partnership Working.

Useful Websites

Home Office Crime Reduction Partnerships' Site

National Standards Guide

National Standards Legislation

See also on our website


Appropriate Skills and Knowledge
Effective and Responsive Delivery Structures
Empowered and Effective Leadership
Engaged Communities
Intelligence Led Business Processes
Visible and Constructive Accountability

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