Liaison with the Police
We maintain contact with Police both at the Borough level and at the "Safer Neighbourhoods" level. Please remember to report crimes to us, as well as to the Police, so that we can keep Members informed of criminal activity
Hillside Safer Neighbourhoods Team
If you wish to contact the local police this can be done using the details below:
Telephone 020 8649 3052
Fax 020 8540 0879
15 Queens Road, Wimbledon, SW19 8NN
Raynes Park Safer Neighbourhood Scheme
Call them on 020 8721 2459 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Liaison with London Borough of Merton
We attend the local “Forums”organised by the Council and report back to Members on points of interest, particularly planning issues, traffic and parking issues, matters concerning waste disposal - and anything else that comes up for discussion.
Liaison with other residents' organisations
An important part of our work is maintaining contact with nearby residents' organisations, and being aware of their issues. To this end, we are members of the Wimbledon Union of Residents' Associations and the Raynes Park Association, and attend their meetings whenever possible.
Sustainable Merton is a community led initiative giving local residents, groups, organisations and businesses the opportunity to stimulate practical action to make our area a sustainable community. They are engaged in projects covering renewable energy and energy saving, local food growing, water conservation and raising awareness of the issues associated with climate change.
COVID-19 and mental health guide
Rehab4Addiction serves as an online resource to those dealing with substance addiction. Their Community Outreach team have produced a COVID-19 and mental health guide.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic, many people who live with depression are struggling to stay afloat during self or mandated isolation. The aim is that this resource can be one of many stepping stones for those struggling and their loved ones to better understand their situation and lead them to find a safe and supportive environment, especially during the pandemic.