Local Policing

 Knights Hill police team , councillors & Val Shawcross

The Knights Hill police team , councillors & Val Shawcross

The introduction of local policing by Ken Livingstone, with a dedicated local team out and about in every neighbourhood , has been welcomed by residents throughout London. The teams have been a success and helped  create  safer neighbourhoods and reduce  crime.

Responsibility for policing in London lies with, the London Mayor . Police borough commanders are worried the massive cuts in public spending expected next year will have an impact on police numbers on the ground. We  will  post the latest news on this web site.

If you live between Elder Road, Crown Dale, Leigham Court Road, Knollys Road and Norwood Road (in Knights hill ward) your local team is the Knights Hill Safer Neighbourhood Team based at Gipsy Hill police station. Last weekend the police team met up with local ward councillors and Valerie Shawcross, our elected representative on the London Assembly. You can email Valerie about London and policing matters  at  Val@valshawcross.com.

For more information on the Knights Hill police team  see http://www.met.police.uk/teams/lambeth/knightshill/index.php. Contact the team by email  KnightsHill.snt@met.police.uk or by telephone  020 87212618  or 07920 233844. Of course in an emergency always call 999.

If you would like to know more about policing matters in your local area you can sign up to receive regular  email/text  alerts at   http:///www.communitysafe.gov.uk. Email is free and text messages should cost no more than 10/12p per message. You can opt in or out of the service at anytime.

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