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Category Archives: Policing

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community safety and crime 30 April 2014

Everyone is invited to a dialogue about community safety and crime in our borough on Thursday 30th April 6-8.30pm at Cambridge House, 1 Addington Square, SE5. See flyer.
This is arranged by the Southwark Safer Neighbourhood Board which is led by community representatives. The Board members are representatives of local community groups, the Council, police and other relevant public service bodies. They meet regularly to discuss policing, crime and community safety. They also have a small budget to support community projects that address key issues for the borough. This event is part of one such project. If you have any interest in these topics and/or the role of the community in contributing to the solutions, this would be a good meeting to go to.

30 April 2015 SSNB - EPE

News from Peckham Vision (2) – October 2013

CATCH UP NEWS FROM PECKHAM VISION
 
CHANGES IN OUR ON-LINE COMMUNICATION
Our information distribution system is evolving with the digital media outlets. Messages are now posted frequently on Facebook and twitter as things happen, and then copied on to the PRN
wordpress blog. So if you want to keep up to date you can follow with http://www.facebook.com/PeckhamVision or the blog at https://peckhamresidents.wordpress.com. The news items will be summarised in Catch Up News from Peckham Vision every now and then in the direct email system. Also at a glance you can see the news as it unfolded in the last month – scroll down on

police & community safety contacts

From Peckham Vision Facebook

Info from Police: Policing & community safety:  the Safer Neighbourhoods teams consist of police officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) dedicated to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live in, work in and visit. Local Safer Neighbourhood Team Main phone numbers:

  • Peckham ward 020 8721 2728
  • The Lane ward 020 8721 2729 020 8721 2443
  • Peckham Rye ward 020 8721 2443 020 8721 2445
  • Nunhead ward 020 8721 2445
  • Livesey ward 020 8721 2436     Read more of this post

police plea for help in reducing off licenses & betting shops in Peckham

The local police want our help to reduce the numbers of off-licenses and betting shops given permission to operate in Peckham, because they prey on the vulnerable in a time of economic hardship. Sgt Emma Dickinson of The Lane Safer Neighbourhood Team asks us to email her our opinions, our experiences in the area and any complaints. Email her at emma.hart@met.police.uk. Read more of this post

20 Sep 6pm Public Meeting Safety in Peckham

Public safety concerns in Peckham
PUBLIC MEETING
to address community safety concerns of local people in Peckham after the recent murder and serious assaults in the area.

When: MONDAY 20th SEPTEMBER, from 6pm – 8pm
Where: Wickway Community Hall, St. George’s Way, SE15

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23 June The Lane SNT ward panel meeting

To residents in The Lane ward

Safer Neighbourhoods Lane Ward Panel meeting
Wed 23rd June
arrive from 7pm for 7.30pm
McDonalds, Rye Lane

see invitation below from Police Sergeant Mark Hurst
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Dear Residents,
 
The next ward panel meeting for The Lane ward will be held on Wednesday 23rd June 2010 in the upstairs meeting room at McDonalds, Rye Lane, SE15. The meeting starts at 19:30 but you are welcome to arrive from 19:00hrs onwards.

The Lane Ward current policing priorities as set by our local residents through the Ward Panel last time are:
* Youth Engagement
* Supply and Consumption of Drugs
* Anti-Social Behaviour
 
I would like to see as many people there as possible as these meetings really are starting to prove useful for the local residents and police alike. Can I ask to let me know if you will be coming so that I can get an idea of numbers. Please email your reply to Mark.Hurst@met.police.uk
 
Finally, if there are any questions you may have then please feel free to email me or give me a ring on the below number. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible.  
Kind Regards,
 
Mark Hurst | Police Sergeant 25MD
The Lane Safer Neighbourhoods Team
MetPhone 788323 | Telephone 020 7161 8323 | Mobile 07766 442999
Email Mark.Hurst@met.police.uk
Address Bellenden Road Safer Neighbourhoods Office, Unit 1 Bellenden Road Retail Park,
Bellenden Road, Peckham, SE15 5DR
www.met.police.uk
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You can also contact The Lane Ward through:TheLane.snt@met.police.uk
 

Have Your Say on Policing in London

See below an email from the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) asking the public if they will fill in an on-line short questionnaire giving their views on policing priorities. The completed questionnaire needs to be submitted by 1st December.
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Email from MPA:

Have Your Say on Policing in London

The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) is consulting on London’s policing priorities for 2010/11. We are interested in your opinion.

Please take part in a short questionnaire to tell us your views. To complete a questionnaire click here. Questionnaires need to submitted by 1st December 2008. We look forward to hearing your views on policing in London.

Are the police focusing on areas that are important to you? The MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) policing priorities are reviewed every year. We hope the short online questionnaire will help you to tell us what you think:
* What are your top three priorities for policing in London?
* Why do you choose these priorities?
* What should the MPS be doing to tackle these priorities?

The current policing priorities can be found on the MPA website within the Policing London business plan. www.mpa.gov.uk/downloads/reports/policingplan2008-11.pdf Please take part and have your say on policing in London. Thanks for taking part in the survey.