What does a Street Champion do?

Become a Street Champion and help make a real difference to your community.

Our network of Street Champion volunteers actively report local issues and help make a real difference to our community. They act as the 'eyes and ears' of the community.

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By becoming a street champion, you can:

  • get things fixed by reporting issues in your local area
  • feel a personal satisfaction and community pride, knowing things you have reported have been taken care of 
  • lead by example - report issues online and encourage others to do the same
  • help save the council money - quicker reports of issues will often result in a cheaper repair 
  • make Hillingdon a better place for everyone

There is no formal commitment in becoming a volunteer - you can do as much as suits you.

Sign up to become a Street Champion

Once registered as a Street Champion, view and check the status of reports and requests via Login, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please note: If you have used our previous online self service, you will still need to register for a new My Account.

Keeping a watchful eye 

Neighbourhood Watch groups work closely with the police and the local 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 quickly 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: 15 Oct 2021