WCN - Policing and Community Safety in Westminster

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Do you and the communities you work with feel safe?

At our next Westminster Community Network meeting on 12 June at St Mary Mags Church, Rowington Close, London W2 5TF, we’ll be discussing policing and community safety with key police and council officers.


1pm Lunch with opportunity to network with Cllr Iain Bott – new Cabinet Member with responsibility for the voluntary sector.

1.45pm Welcome and update from Hilary Nightingale, Chair of WCN

2pm Chief Inspector Andy Brittain from the Metropolitan Police will be talking about changes to Westminster policing – what teams there are, what they deal with and what support they can provide for local problems.

2.15pm Adam Taylor from Westminster City Council will talk about the role of the local community in policing including stop & search monitoring panels, independent advisory groups, ward panels and telling us how the safer neighbourhood boards operate.

2.30pm Round table discussion groups where we will discuss all aspects of policing in Westminster.


Would you be interested in hosting a focus group or public meeting with your members or service users to discuss policing and community safety in Westminster? 

If you work with any of the categories listed below please come to the meeting to find out how to access funding:

  • Young people
  • Older people
  • BMER communities
  • People experiencing homelessness
  • People with mental health issues
  • People affected by alcohol/substance abuse
June 12th, 2019 1:00 PM   through   4:37 PM
St Mary Mags Church, Rowington Close
London, W2 5TF
United Kingdom

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