Volunteers are being recruited to improve community safety through the Southwark Community Safety Network. Supported by Southwark Council, the newly set up network is made up of local volunteers who have a common interest and desire to make their neighbourhoods safer by informing, involving and supporting local people.
Working with your local neighbourhood and people you know (e.g. family, friends, community and voluntary group, etc) as a trained volunteer, you will help people to (for example) report antisocial behaviour and hate crime. The role involves working closely with the council and police.
Volunteers on the network will receive, training and support, support from other residents and officers, and the feeling of making a difference.
If you would like to be involved in making your neighbourhood safer or want to find out more, please contact Ambrose Omoma, Community Involvement Project Worker on 0207 525 3982 or 07951 60556 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also forward this message to anyone you think may wish to be involved.
Southwark Community Safety Network – helping to make safer neighbourhoods