Parks Police Dog Show - Sunday 9 September
Join us for the Parks Police Dog Show on Sunday 9 September in Westfield Park, SW10.
Entries from 10am; judging from 11.30am. It will be a great day out for the whole family.
The Parks Police Service
The Parks Police Service provides a reassuring uniformed presence across the almost ninety parks and open spaces in the Royal Borough and in Hammersmith & Fulham. The team of one Inspector, five Sergeants and thirty Constables have police powers within the parks and a duty to ensure that the parks remain safe and welcoming places for everyone. The service is part of the Council’s Environment, Leisure and Residents' Services Department.
They assist in delivering both borough’s commitment to do all they can to reduce crime and anti social behaviour, by working with local communities and park users to identify concerns and adopt a problem solving approach to resolve them.
The service also has a key role in responding to any major incidents in the boroughs and staff are able to monitor CCTV systems covering a number of parks.
Service is provided 365 days a year during daylight hours and some late patrols are also organised to tackle specific problems.
The Parks Police duties include:
- reporting crime within the parks
- detaining offenders
- enforcing byelaws and the borough dog control orders
- security at park events
- dog chipping, dog shows and cycle marking
- attending park user group meetings
- locking certain parks
- lost property in parks
- truancy patrols
The service can be contacted on 020 7938 8190 or 07973 124 066 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Parks Police Service, The Stable Yard, Holland Park, London W8 6LU.
The Council, police and partners in the Community Safety Partnership are working together to reduce crime, antisocial behaviour and increase feelings of safety among residents, businesses and visitors.
- Find out what the joint Council and Police Community Safety Team are doing to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour in the borough
In an emergency always ring 999
For Metropolitan Police (Non Emergency) ring 0300 123 1212