Committee details

Safer Wolverhampton Partnership

Purpose of committee

The Safer Wolverhampton Partnership (SWP) is a statutory body formed under the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act, which also operates as the city’s Local Police and Crime Board. Membership consists of a range of statutory and non-statutory partners who provide cross sector representation from a range of agencies who come together to tackle crime and community safety issues across the city. The SWP receives an annual funding stream to commission projects, interventions and posts to deliver strategic crime and community safety priorities across Wolverhampton, however the main focus remains on collaborative working and influence of mainstream services. Membership is made up of a range of statutory, third sector, business sector and resident representatives. 


  • Kirsty Baker   
  • David Baker   
  • Amanda Bevan   
  • Martha Bishop   
  • Councillor Greg Brackenridge    Labour
  • Sue Cartwright   
  • Kathy Cole-Evans   
  • Emma Curran   
  • John Denley   
  • Sunny Dhadley   
  • Councillor Judy Foster   
  • Manjeet Garcha   
  • Jo Geogehegan   
  • Juliet Grainger   
  • Sofia Haider   
  • Gurdeep Hanspaul   
  • Ghislaine Harrison   
  • Dr Helen Hibbs   
  • Kate Houghton   
  • Mary Jacobs   
  • Lynsey Kelly   
  • Lynne Kitson   
  • David Manning   
  • Donna Maria   
  • Anna-Maria McAuliffe   
  • Chief Supt Jayne Meir   
  • Sally Nash   
  • Jas Pejatta   
  • David Ryley   
  • Karen Samuels   
  • Shiela Sharma   
  • Philip Strickland   
  • Councillor Paul Sweet    Labour
  • Mark Taylor   
  • Lindsey Walker   
  • Anna Walker   
  • Elizabeth Williams   
  • Laura Wright   

Contact information

Support officer: Karen Samuels. 01902 551341