What we do for a safer Hillingdon

Safer Hillingdon Partnership

The Safer Hillingdon Partnership is a multi-agency group which 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 and 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: 09 Feb 2021