Kensington and Chelsea Council are introducing a new initiative called the Community Safety Warden team.
Comprising of 12 Wardens and 2 Supervisors, the new team will help join up our services across streets, estates, and parks to strengthen our response to anti-social behaviour and to expand our engagement with residents.
The Warden team will hit the streets in Spring 2020 and will support the network of community safety services in the borough.
The service will work in partnership with other Council enforcement services, Housing and the Detached and Outreach Service, the police, residents and communities to tackle and solve community safety problems. Wardens will be both street based and work on estates.
Interested in joining the new team? We’re looking for local residents to join and to help enhance local problem solving with a focus on community engagement as well as a host of other activities.
Apply for a spot on the team here and search ‘wardens.’
Learn more about the Warden Service here.