Useful links

Visit our Safer Wyre Forest website for all crime prevention advice

If you require any information, guidance or local statistics, please or any of the Safer Wyre Forest team

Reporting Crime
This website is Crimestoppers dedicated youth service, designed and developed to encourage and empower young people to make their community a safer place. Providing information and advice about crimes that might affect them, the fearless website and associated resources look to challenge and stimulate debate whilst educating young people about the ways that they can pass on information to us 100% anonymously.
You and Co is Victim’s Support youth programme that helps young people cope with the impact and effects of crime. They are separate from other agencies like the police and will only work with these other agencies if you ask them to. The site covers issues such as bullying, your rights, different coping strategies and an interactive courtroom.
White Ribbon Campaign
Worcestershire Forums Against Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence website
National Personal Safety Day
Theme “Door 2 Door – run by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust
Hate Crime
North Worcestershire Hate Incident Partnership
Safer Internet Day
Red Cross/Red Crescent Day
Theme “Local and Global Resilience”
Anti Bullying

Great work

Community Ambassadors have started carrying out their new role within their schools across Wyre Forest.

Below is some of the work carried out so far.  Don’t forget you will shortly be able to upload your stories, pictures and presentions  to the blog but in the meantime you can send them through to Safer Wyre Forest via

Baxter College

  • Were asked and gave a talk to a local scout group on fire safety and personal safety

Stourport High School

  • Delivered assemblies on personal safety to various year groups, linked in to National Personal Safety Day
  • Will be delivering assemblies during Anti Bullying week (17-24 November)

Haybridge High School

  • Delivered assemblies on homophobia to their 6th Form
  • Will be working with the local Parish Council in taking part in a village amenities survey