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The community safety accreditation scheme (CSAS) is aimed at public and private sector organisations that contribute to providing a safer community.
These organisations may enter into an arrangement with the chief constable for the accreditation of their staff. The three key aims of the community safety accreditation scheme are to:
Companies can apply for any number of the more than 40 powers available for their staff, as long as they are relevant to their role. The most common powers requested include:
All accredited persons (APs) are vetted by the police to non-police personal vetting level 1.5 and must complete a CSAS course run by an approved training provider.
The following organisations have individuals currently accredited by us:
You can find a copy of our information sharing agreements in relation to these organisations within our publications and documents section.
To request an information pack please email the CSAS coordinator at [email protected]. You can also find more information on the scheme on the gov.uk website.
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