There are many ways you can get involved and have your input into crime and safety in Redbridge.
Street Watch is a community partnership led by members of the public who kindly volunteer their time to create safer, more cohesive neighbourhoods for us all. As a Street Watch member, you would provide high visibility reassurance in neighbourhoods by patrolling the streets in pairs and reporting any suspicious activity and street care issues.
Neighbourhood Watch OWL
Online Watch Link (OWL) is a community engagement system run by Redbridge Neighbourhood Watch. As a registered Watch area, Redbridge residents can sign up to OWL. Once signed up you will receive messages including crime alerts and timely crime prevention advice.
Redbridge Safer Neighbourhood Board
This brings the police, council, and local voluntary and community groups together to decide local policing and crime priorities and solve problems collaboratively. The Safer Neighbourhood Board also provides opportunities for local residents to get involved in community safety decisions.
Local residents are invited to observe meetings and there is dedicated time at each meeting for questions and consultation with members of the public.
Ward panels are community run to ensure ward level crime and safety prevention. If you would like to be part of your ward panel because you live or have a business in the ward, please get in touch with your local Safer Neighbourhood Team. They will be able to introduce you to ward panel members.
Redbridge Residents Association
The Redbridge Residents Association was formed in 1983. Since its formation the association has tackled many issues which have or could have the potential to impact on the residents of Redbridge.
You can submit information to The Redbridge Residents Association by sending them a message on their Facebook page.
Tell us your thoughts
We are interested to hear what you think about crime in Redbridge.