Safer Neighbourhood Boards are in place in every London Borough, bringing police and communities together to decide local policing and crime priorities, solve problems collaboratively and make sure that the public are involved in a wide range of other community safety decisions.

The Safer Neighbourhood Board Haringey consists of a diverse range of community members from the Voluntary and Community Sector, Statutory organisations and lay members.

We want your views on community safety and crime prevention to help inform and direct the board to represent your community for a safer Haringey. 

This will help us identify and advise on Haringey's local policing and crime priorities, monitoring police performance and confidence.

Safer Neighbourhood Board Haringey priorities and core functions include:

  • enabling local engagement with the Police

  • enabling local accountability of the police

  • focussing on the Police and Crime Plan key principles and priorities - putting victims first and reducing inequalities; keeping children and young people safe; tackling violence against women and girls and tackling hate crime and intolerance

  • monitoring crime performance and public perceptions and community confidence

  • informing the development of policing priorities in the borough

  • monitoring Metropolitan Police Service support for the delivery of ward panels and community contact sessions, and

  • engaging with Borough Independent Advisory Groups and other local mechanisms, for example, neighbourhood watch and stop and search community monitoring groups, to support and inform their work across the borough.

Safer Neighbourhood Board Haringey distributes funding from the Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) to community and voluntary organisations within the borough to reduce crime and increase community safety. Further information about current and previous funding rounds is available on request.

For more information on how you can get involved contact Deborah Williams [email protected].