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Community safety in Runnymede

Find out about the steps that are in place to protect the community, how to report anti-social behaviour, and information on how you can get involved with Neighbourhood Watch.

  • Anti-social behaviour

    Nobody should have to suffer from the effects of anti-social behaviour. It is intimidating to walk down a street that looks neglected because of graffiti or vandalism. Fly-tipping can make an area look uncared for.

  • Public Space Protection Order Consultation

    Consultation for a Public Space Protection Order covering Hazel Close, Elmbank Avenue, Ilex Close, Blays Lane and Swallowfield runs from Tuesday 15 August 2017 to Tuesday 12 September 2017.

  • Community Alarms (Careline)

    We offer a personal alarm service which, once linked to a telephone line, provides support for those wishing to continue to live independently at home.

  • Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

    The Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a statutory multi agency partnership which meets quarterly with the remit to work together to reduce crime and disorder in the community.

  • Community Trigger

    The Community Trigger was introduced by the Anti-Social Behaviour Police and Crime Act 2014. It gives victims and communities the right to request a review of their anti-social behaviour (ASB) complaints and brings agencies together to take a joined up, problem solving approach.

  • Designated Public Places Orders within Runnymede

    Under the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 and The Local Authorities (Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places) Regulations 2001 alcohol consumption in public places (Designated Public Places Order - DPPO) the Police has the authority to fine and convict people who consume alcohol in an irresponsible way within particular areas.

  • GPS Location Service

    We offer an invaluable service to help keep vulnerable people safe and provide peace of mind around the clock.

  • Neighbourhood Watch

    Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) represents the largest group of volunteer organisations in the UK with 155,000 schemes covering 10million people. In Surrey there are over 3,000 schemes based usually on a street or residential area.

  • Preventing Violent Extremism (Terrorism)

    The Prevent strategy forms one of four strands of the UK Government's Counter-Terrorism strategy, known as CONTEST. The UK faces a continuing threat from both international and domestic terrorism. The Prevent strategy aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.

  • Safer Runnymede (CCTV)

    CCTV cameras are located in every town in Runnymede, providing community safety for residents and visitors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • Protecting children and adults from harm

    If you are concerned that a child or adult is being harmed you should speak to an appropriate person for advice and to make a referral.

  • Defibrillators around Runnymede

    There are 13 public access Automated External Defibrillators (AED) in the Borough.

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