The latest crime figures show crime continues to fall in Wandsworth, and that it remains the safest inner London borough – there’s been a 6.9% drop in overall crime in the past year.
But what next?
One of the things the council, along with the police and other partners, have been working on recently has been the strategic priorities. Part of this process is a public meeting, where we present the ‘draft’ priorities and members of the public can let us know what they think and their concerns.
The ‘Face the Public’ meeting is being held at 6pm on Thursday, 19 February, in the council chamber at the Town Hall. The meeting should last no longer than 90 minutes.
If you are interested in your borough, and what is done to make it safer, come along and talk to us.