The Crystal Palace Triangle Neighbourhood Team is looking for local residents to volunteer to work with their ward panels and in its key individual network.
“We are dedicated to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live in, work in and visit,” said Sergeant Diane Hill of the team.
“We listen and talk to you, and find out what affects your daily life and feelings of security.
“Our priorities are then set by the local community and we work with you and other agencies to find a lasting solution.”
By clicking into the link http://content.met.police.uk/Site/saferneighbourhoods and putting your post code in, it will tell you which team covers your area.
“If you would like to assist the Crystal Palace Triangle team in making your area a safer and better place to live, please contact us, we are looking for people to become part of our ward panel or our key individual network,” Sergeant Hill said.
Ward panels meet regularly to discuss the concerns facing the local community around crime and anti-social behaviour, and sets the priorities the local police team will tackle.
They also get involved in working with the police team and local partner agencies such as the council to find lasting solutions to these priorities.
Key individual network may be contacted every now and again to complete surveys.
Anyone wishing to volunteer for the ward panel or network should contact the Triangle team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phoning 020 8721 2906.
“If you would just like to speak to us about any local concerns, contact the team as well,” said Sergeant Hill.
You can also follow the team on Twitter @MPSCrystalPSgt
Coming to Croydon
- South Norwood Arts Festival, July 5-20
- Love Norbury launch event, July 19
- Boom Band plays the Half Moon Putney, July 19
- Summer butterfly walk, Farthing Down, July 20
- Picnic in Grangewood Park, July 20
- David Lean Cinema: Pantani: Accidental Death of a Cyclist, July 21
- David Lean Cinema: Tracks, July 24
- Lives Not Knives beer fund-raiser, July 24
- Fragile, Spread Eagle Theatre, July 24-26
- CODA’s Midsummer Night’s Dream at Wandle Park, Jul 30-Aug 2
- David Lean Cinema: Locke, July 31
- Elm Tree Cottage garden open day, Aug 10
- Warlingham rugby dinner with international Richard Hill, Sep 12
- Norwood Society Talk: War Memorials, Sep 18
- Streatham Common 6M race, Sep 27
- Norwood Society Talk: From Fire Station to Theatre, Oct 16
- Norwood Society Talk: Lambeth’s Archives, Nov 20
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