Croydon’s FJC team has been working with Croydon Police to bring Christmas cheer to families who have experienced domestic abuse.
More lives may be saved as Croydon makes domestic abuse training mandatory for its social workers.
A borough-wide promotion to tell domestic abuse victims where they can seek help against domestic abuse begins on Monday, to coincide with International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Two temporary cameras will be installed in Purley and Croydon town centre to help monitor antisocial behaviour, street drinking, drug taking and fly-tipping.
Croydon’s cabinet members are recommended to approve £1M plans to improve the borough’s CCTV network.
Residents are being given the chance to put any community safety concerns to those working to keep the borough safe at a special event next week.
Croydon police borough commander Dave Stringer and Croydon Council’s cabinet member for […]
Croydon is hosting a range of borough wide events during National Hate Crime Awareness week to help unite the borough against these offences.
Share your concerns about antisocial behaviour, fly-tipping, rogue traders and hate crime at the Safer Croydon Partnership’s Crime Prevention Day on Saturday 5 October.
Croydon’s drug and alcohol recovery network, Turning Point has helped 200 vulnerable people off the streets in the past two years.
Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid (BCWA) has been commissioned to provide a specialist service to help keep young people safe from domestic abuse