Community safety

In an emergency always call 999, or report a problem or incident.

Domestic abuse and Violence Against Women and Girls

  • Domestic abuse and the Sanctuary Scheme

    Information about the different types of domestic abuse and how the Sanctuary Scheme can help you stay safe in your own home.

  • Contacting the police

    Information on how to contact your local police in emergency and non-emergency situations.

  • Domestic abuse and Violence Against Women and Girls

    An overview of the wide range of actions the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea along with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Westminster City Council will be taking towards its strategy of ending violence against women and girls between 2015 and 2018.

  • Domestic Homicide Review

    When someone has been killed as a result of domestic abuse (domestic homicide) a review into the help and support they may have received from the Council, Police and other agencies should be carried out.

  • The Angelou Partnership

    Information about The Angelou Partnership and the support they can offer those affected by Violence Against Women and Girls.

  • Organisations

    Information, useful links and contact details of organisations who can help those affected by domestic abuse.

  • Action for Change

    Action for Change is a European Union sponsored project working to empower women who have suffered domestic abuse to make decisions and choices for themselves.

Antisocial behaviour

Crime prevention

Working in the community

  • Get involved

    Information on how to get involved in Community Safety.

  • Safety in your neighbourhood

    Information on how to stay safe in your neighbourhood.

  • Community Policing

    Information on community policing including police stations and contact points.

  • Community Safety Team

    Information on the Safer K&C Partnership, the Community Safety Fair Processing Notice and how to contact the Community Safety Team.

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