Community Safety Glasgow
Community Safety Glasgow (CSG) is a charitable body and company limited by guarantee, which was formed in October 2006. The company is jointly owned by Glasgow City Council and Police Scotland. In recognition of the fact that issues were blighting many of Glasgow’s communities, Glasgow City Council and Police Scotland created CSG in 2006 and tasked it with lead responsibility to respond to all aspects of antisocial behaviour.
Glasgow City Council
We want Glasgow to flourish as a modern, multi-cultural, metropolitan city of opportunity, achievement, culture and sporting excellence where citizens and businesses thrive and visitors are always welcomed.
Glasgow City Alcohol and Drug Partnership
The Communities Sub-group of the Glasgow City Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) brings together partners from across the city who work towards these community based response to alcohol and drug issues. The Communities Sub-group was re-established in 2003 and, since that time, has met on regularly in order to bring together community-based alcohol and drug forums and a broad range of statutory and voluntary sector alcohol and drug services.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Strathclyde Fire & Rescue is one of the largest services of its kind in Europe. Our aim is to protect and serve the people of Strathclyde, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our website reflects that aim by providing the information you’ll need to keep you, your family and your colleagues safe.
Working together and building a safer community for our 133,960 population is a round-the-clock exercise. Indeed, add to that some 400,000 workers, shoppers and tourists coming to this vibrant city each day, plus 100,000 visitors to 800 licensed premises at the weekends and, it’s easy to see why we never sleep. The area extends westwards from Glasgow Cross to Drumchapel, Blairdardie, Temple, Scotstounhill and High Knightswood and from the River Clyde northwards to the M8 motorway and Great Western Road.