We can now reveal that we have been working with Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cheshire on the Safer Streets campaign. It follows an £18.4 million investment from the UK Government to 40 areas all over the UK to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in our local communities.
The Entyce Senior team took part in a rigorous tender process to work on this project, and after successfully winning the work, we have been working non-stop to bring the campaign’s objectives to life.
What is the Safer Streets campaign?
The Safer Streets campaign aims to make all who live, work, and visit the City of Chester to feel safe. This means deterring those intent on committing crime, disorder, and anti-social behaviour. Find out more over the campaign website here.
As part of the campaign, the PCC are engaging with multiple stakeholders including the Cheshire West and Cheshire Council, Cheshire Fire and Rescue, Chester Racecourse, the Chester BID and many more, to spread awareness of the campaign.
How is Entyce supporting?
Our role is to support the PCC in sharing their key messages through digital marketing. Over the past few months, we have worked on in-depth research into the project and how best to communicate these messages to the wider public and to ensure proactive support from local businesses and organisations. This has involved branding, website design and development, video and social media communications.
Speaking of the project, Directors, Jane and Libby have said:
“Winning this major campaign is a huge opportunity for us, and one that our whole team have been inspired and involved with. It is clear that the giant steps that are being taken by the PCC with the help of this funding will make substantial improvements to our city and our local community. To be able to play our part in bringing this campaign to life is an honour and one we are immensely proud of.”
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