What we do for a safer Hillingdon

Safer Hillingdon Partnership

The Safer Hillingdon Partnership is a multi-agency group that aims to keep Hillingdon a safe borough, where residents are able to participate in the full range of community activity without fear of becoming a victim of crime.

The Safer Hillingdon Partnership is a statutory community safety partnership and is part of the Hillingdon Local Strategic Partnership, Hillingdon Partners; and the Executive Group of the Hillingdon Local Resilience Forum.

The community safety partnership is responsible for:

  • anti-social behaviour
  • behaviour affecting the environment
  • crime and disorder
  • reducing re-offending
  • substance misuse.

The partnership has a duty to consult and conduct assessments of crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and drug and alcohol misuse in Hillingdon and set strategies to tackle the issues identified.

The Safer Hillingdon Partnership comprises:

  • representatives at an executive level of the 'responsible authorities' (police, local authority, fire and rescue authority, health service, probation service)
  • the elected cabinet member responsible for community safety at the council
  • the Director of Public Health
  • a representative from the London Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime
  • the Chairman of Hillingdon's Safer Neighbourhood Board.

Meeting structure

The board meets every 3 months and is chaired by the council Chief Executive and the Borough Commander alternately.

Page last updated: 05 Jun 2023