Keeping safe from crime

Keeping safe from crime

There are different types of crime, like burglary and fraud. Scams, tricks and cons are all things to be aware of as well. If you want to find out more about how to avoid crime and keep safe, then take a look around. Wandsworth Council's community safety trust offers a range of services. You can find out more about police Safer Neighbourhood Teams, and how to report crimes. There are also services that support people who have been the victim of crime or affected by it, like Victim Support.

 

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  • Action Fraud

    Telephone: 0300 123 2040 (textphone: 0300 123 2050)

    Description: Action Fraud is the UK's national fraud and internet crime reporting centre.

  • Community safety and crime prevention

    Adminstration Department, Community Safety, Room 270 Wandsworth Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, London , SW18 2PU

    Telephone: 07884 114 831

    Description: Wandsworth Council's community safety team is one of the main members of the Wandsworth Community Safety Partnership (CSP), which delivers community safety and crime prevention services across the borough.

  • Crimestoppers

    Telephone: 0800 555 111

    Description: Crimestoppers is an independent crime-fighting charity that helps to find criminals and solve crimes.

  • Police - Wandsworth

    Telephone: 999 for emergencies or 101 for a non-emergency response

    Description: There are two Police stations in Wandsworth and many safer neighbourhood teams across the borough.

  • Safer Neighbourhood Teams

    Telephone: 101 (Non-emergency police contact number)

    Description: Safer Neighbourhood Teams are dedicated to making your local community safer - they are additional to other policing teams and units in London.

  • Stop Learning Disability Hate Crime

    Telephone: 0808 802 1155 (helpline)

    Description: This is a 24 hour helpline for reporting hate crime against people with learning disabilities and to help support anyone affected by it.

  • The Little Book of Big Scams

    Telephone: 020 7230 1228 (Operation Sterling)

    Description: The Little Book of Big Scams is a guide produced by the Metropolitan Police, which explains some of the most common scams and gives essential advice to reduce the chances of you being parted from your money.