Street Champions

The council and its partners are committed to making the borough a cleaner, greener and safer place, but to do this, we need your help.

What does a Street Champion do?

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Our Street Champion network of volunteers actively report local issues and make a valuable contribution to the council's aim to create neighbourhoods that we can all take pride in.

Street Champions act as the 'eyes and ears' of the community. There is no formal commitment in becoming a volunteer, you can do as much or as little as you like.

If you would like to become a Street Champion or would like more information, you can contact us by:

Keeping a watchful eye 

Neighbourhood Watch groups work closely with the police and the lcoal council to make neighbourhoods safer and friendlier by increasing security and reducing the incentive to commit crime.

  • You can find specific local information at Hillingdon Neighbourhood Watch, or for UK wide information, visit the Neighbourhood Watch Network.
  • Sign up for the new borough-wide system Online Watch Link (OWL), which allows the police to quicky alert you to crimes in your immediate area, and crime prevention messages can be sent to you by both the police and Neighbourhood Watch.
Page last updated: 02 Aug 2019