Ten temporary CCTV cameras have been deployed around the borough as part of the Safer Croydon Partnership’s (SCP) work to tackle antisocial behaviour, fraud, flytipping and theft.
Three new apprentices have accepted roles at Croydon Council as a campaign to get 100 people into apprenticeships across the borough in 100 working days kicks off.
A flat where the tenant subjected her neighbours to fighting, knife threats and excessive noise has been made the subject of a Partial Closure Order
Tell Croydon Council what you see at the car wash and you could help someone escape modern day slavery.
A special event is set to welcome residents and readers back into the refurbished Selsdon Library.
Social care for children in Croydon is becoming ‘consistently better’ as the council continues to improve its service at ‘accelerated pace’, Ofsted has found.
Thousands of schoolchildren in Croydon will benefit from a share of a £4.3 million joint funding boost to improve mental health services for pupils in south west London.
The beach is coming to Croydon at the end of August as Street Live continues to bring free fun for all the family to the town centre.
The delegation from China was impressed by the council’s efforts to stamp out smoking, reduce air and noise pollution and tackle health inequalities.
A Croydon Council-led national clampdown against illegal online knife sales to children has led to two more successful prosecutions.