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Safer Neighbourhood Board

Safer Neighbourhood Boards are the means by which the Mayor of London (through the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)) holds borough police command units to account for performance.

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Safer Neighbourhood Boards have a number of responsibilities to give London residents and victims of crime a greater voice in setting policing priorities. Hillingdon Safer Neighbourhood Board was launched in March 2014. The Board provides independent scrutiny, challenge, and strategic vision to ensure that the police collaborate and work together with other agencies successfully to co-ordinate and promote crime reduction in Hillingdon.

Safer Neighbourhood Board Terms of Reference [123kb] 

Hillingdon Safer Neighbourhood Board works collaboratively as part of local community networks drawing on information, advice and knowledge that exists locally.

Who are we

Hillingdon Safer Neighbourhood Board is a group of local volunteers who are passionate about helping to make Hillingdon safer. There is a standing membership as follows:

  • Chairman
  • two elected councillors 
  • two representatives of Hillingdon Youth Council
  • one representative of Hillingdon Neighbourhood Watch
  • one representative  from a victim's organisation
  • one representative of Age UK
  • local residents as lay members 

Key responsibilities

  • monitoring volumes, trends and types of complaints relevant to Hillingdon borough from victims of crime and complaints from members of the public against police officers
  • monitoring crime performance and community confidence
  • playing a significant role in community payback
  • ensuring all wards have a panel of residents to engage with the local police team
  • supporting the Independent Advisory Group
  • ensuring the stop and search community monitoring function is delivered
  • supporting the Custody Visitors Panel to ensure the system of custody visiting is delivered
  • supporting Neighbourhood Watch
  • suggesting policing priorities in the borough

For this year, the Board have prioritised:

  • monitoring complaints about police
  • monitoring crime data
  • ward panels
  • support Neighbourhood Watch

Meetings

The Board meet quarterly, with Hillingdon's Police Borough Commander attending as a guest and a London Borough of Hillingdon officer providing administrative support. These meetings are not open to the public, however minutes of the meetings are available.

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