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Community Safety Ward Walkabouts and Roadshows (2017)

Residents are invited to attend a community safety ward walkabout in their local area. At the events you will be able to meet with local councillors, police and council officers to talk about any anti-social behaviour (ASB) issues in your area as well as play an active role in agreeing actions in a live issues plan for community safety partners to take away and respond to.

Community safety ward walkabouts

During the walkabouts, police and council officers will visit areas in ASB hotspots in each ward. Residents can talk about the issues concerning them face-to-face and discuss possible actions to reduce these issues. The walkabouts will be led by the local Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT) and cabinet member for Community Safety, Asma Begum. The Police Borough Commander and/or Chief Inspector of Neighbourhoods will also be invited to attend along with ward councillors, ward panel members, housing providers, youth workers, drug outreach workers, Tower Hamlets Enforcement Officers (THEOs) and other community safety organisations in the borough. Information gathered at these events will also be vital in shaping the next police ward priorities, and residents can get further information on how to become a ward panel member for their area.

 

Aim of the ward walkabouts

An opportunity for residents to:

  • Meet and speak directly to senior members of the police, council and partners about their local crime and ASB concerns
  • Help to identify and agree actions to include in an issues plan
  • Find out how to become a ward panel member for their ward to help shape local police ward priorities
  • See how we work with other agencies and organisations, hold partners to account and build confidence in the police and council in dealing with local ASB issues impacting residents
Schedule of events
WardDateTimeMeeting pointWard walkabout locationsWard panel location & time
Bromley North

Thursday 10 August

 4.30pm - 6pm

Dimson Crescent junction with Wellington Way, E3 4XB

1. Dimson Crescent

2. British Estate

3. Stroudley Walk

4. Arrow Road

 

Bromley-By-Bow Centre, E3 3BT - 7pm

Limehouse

Tuesday 15 August

4.30pm - 6pm

TBC

TBC 

Barley
Mow TRA Hall, E14 8HU - 6.30pm

Island Gardens

Friday 18 August

4.30pm - 6pm

Isle of Dogs Police Station, 165 Manchester Rd, E14 3BN

1. Stebondale Road and surrounding roads

2. Napier Avenue

3. Thames Link Path and Mast House Terrace

N/A

Bromley South

Tuesday 22 August

5.30pm - 7pm

Furze Green, E3

1. Furze Green

2. Whitethorn Street

3. Fairfoot and Swaton Road

4. St Andrews Estate/ Maltings Close

 

N/A

Lansbury

TBC

TBC

TBC

TBC

TBC

 

Please continue to revisit this site to obtain details on future events, which will all be set on the same day as a ward panel meeting.

Community safety roadshows

Community safety roadshows will be scheduled in Idea Stores across the borough. The SNT, council officers and community safety partners will host stalls and speak to residents about safety and provide information on how to report ASB and crime. Officers will also be on hand to feedback on success stories from the previous walkabout series, the schedule of events for 2017 and how residents can get involved. The SNT will also be promoting the local ward panel meetings and providing information on how to become a ward panel member for their area.

Idea Store Watney Market

Thursday 17 August

2pm - 4pm

Action Taken

To feedback to residents and demonstrate the positive results of the community safety ward walkabouts, ward-specific action taken leaflets are outlined below:

Useful information

A review of the last walkabout series and information and action taken at previous ward walkabouts can be found by visiting:

To report anti-social behaviour or a crime that has already happened, or to seek crime prevention advice, please call the police non-emergency 101 reporting line. Calls to 101 from landlines and mobiles cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day you call or how long your call lasts.

Always call 999 when a crime is happening, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, someone is injured, being threatened or in danger.

OWL (Online Watch Link) is used by the Metropolitan Police Service in partnership with local Neighbourhood Watch coordinators to communicate with residents and businesses across the Borough. OWL is an advanced solution for police & communities to grow and manage Neighbourhood Watch, School Watch, Business Watch and dozens of other schemes. OWL provides watch members with the latest messages and local crime alerts sent by email, telephone, SMS or fax. To register to this scheme please register by following this link

To discuss any issues about community safety contact your local Safer Neighbourhood team by visiting the Tower Hamlets Met policing page.

To receive your local Safer Neighbourhood team newsletters, sign up for the group email service on the neighbourhood link website and follow your local Safer Neighbourhood team on Twitter @MPSTowerHam