Over 200 young people are expected at Croydon Youth Summit on Saturday afternoon (July 21). The free event, at the BRIT School, aims to bring 11-24-year-olds together to share their views on knife crime and other serious youth violence.
A flat where the tenant subjected his neighbours to persistent antisocial behaviour and noise nuisance with his late-night visitors has been made the subject of a Premises Closure Order.
Public concerns about drug dealing and late-night drinking have led to a temporary CCTV camera being installed at the Brook Road/Brigstock Road junction.
A new project that targets perpetrators of domestic abuse is being introduced in Croydon.
Keeping your home safe and sound is important at any time of the year. In summer, though, it’s doubly important, as the temptation to leave windows open and doors ajar increases as temperatures rise.
Croydon’s FJC is ensuring help is at hand for anyone who may experience domestic abuse during the World Cup.
Today (Wednesday 6 June) sees the start of a two-week campaign to help stop street begging in Croydon town centre.
The Safer Croydon Partnership is celebrating Volunteers’ Week by seeking more people to support two key services.
Croydon’s Choose Your Future campaign is now the focus of a four-week tram and bus promotion, which starts today.
Croydon’s Family Justice Centre (FJC) is keen to hear from people who would like to help individuals and families who are experiencing domestic abuse. The FJC’s Volunteer Project, which started in January, has already trained 14 volunteers, with 12 due to be trained, and 10 further applications being processe