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  • Safe Journey, Safe Destination

    July 2021




    September 2021

    Oxford City Council, Oxford Police, Brookes University, the University of Oxford, the Police and Crime Commissioner, and South, Vale of White Horse and West Oxfordshire District Councils submitted a bid to the Home Office Safer Streets fund to improve safety for women and girls on a night out in Oxford.
  • What we did...

    October 2021




    April 2022

    The project created the Nightsafe Oxford Network by bringing together pubs, clubs, Street Pastors, police, taxi marshals, door staff, CCTV operators and many more who work in the evening economy. Sharing information, training and communications will improve support for people who need help during their night out in the city and journey home. The Network is supported by new CCTV cameras, new lighting improvements in the city and neighbouring towns, mobile phone chargers, bystander training, safety videos and operational policing.
  • Your views on women's safety

    May 2022




    December 2022

    This survey seeks the views of women and girls in particular, on areas and locations of safety concern within Oxford. We'll use this information to develop ideas for improving safety in identified locations.