In May 2012 the Safe in the City Partnership convened an independent commission of those involved in reducing the harm caused by drug use, to look at the city’s response to the problems and to suggest ways in which local agencies could be more successful in reducing drug related harm that mattered to the citizens of Brighton & Hove.

The commission consider that there is more that can be done to help people in the city be safe from drug related harm and therefore, over the last 9 months, the Commission has been looking at four key questions. For each question, the commission held discussions with local and national experts and local residents to help them to understand the challenges and possible responses, and has drawn up some preliminary conclusions and recommendations. The commission have summarised these on the following pages and would like your feedback.

The full draft report and recommendations can be downloaded from the Safe In The City website.  Please respond by 1 March 2013, by using the council’s Consultation Portal 

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