Safer Merton, the partnership made up of Merton Council, the Police, London Fire Brigade and other agencies, is keen to discover your top community safety concerns.
Parts of Wimbledon town centre are currently covered by a Dispersal Zone. The police propose to extend this for six months to run from 29 October 2010 to 28 April 2011.
The Metropolitan Police Service has launched Safe, a youth website for 11-16 year olds.
The Metropolitan Police Authority is consulting on London’s policing priorities.
A partnership made up of Merton Council, the Police, London Fire Brigade and other agencies - will be out on the streets until the 29th of October, determined to find out the top community safety concerns of those who live and work in the borough.
The Metropolitan Police Authority has published the September highlights of its strategic mission Met Forward programme.
The agenda for the next meeting of the Merton Community Policing Partnership has been finalised. Topics for the meeting include:
Safer Merton is keen to get a better understanding of the services offered to victims and witnesses of hate crime.
This FREE event would be suitable for local organisations/businesses and will have input from the local authority and Metropolitan Police.
Merton Safeguarding Children Board is offering free guidance on online safety for children and young people to local voluntary and community groups. Training covers:
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