The Safer Lambeth Partnership was established following the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.
The partnership includes the council, Metropolitan Police, probation service, primary care trust, HM Prison Service, fire service, Community Police Consultative Group, Crown Prosecution Service and a range of voluntary and community organisations.
Tackling Hate Crime in Lambeth
Lambeth Council is committed to making Lambeth a safe place for all, no place for hate.
You can report a hate crime online by using the Lambeth hate crime reporting eform. You can also report it by e-mail, phone or post.
- In an emergency dial 999 and speak to the Police
- Lambeth’s hate crime coordinator Mark Healey 020 7926 2796 or email MHealey1@lambeth.gov.uk
- Victim Support Lambeth (information and support) 0207 820 0007
Disability hate crime
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) hate crime
- Lambeth Police LGBT Liaison Team 020 8649 2099
- GALOP (Non-police reporting) 020 7704 2040
Race and faith hate crime
- Racist incidents in schools. All schools have racial incident forms available. You can also report to the headteacher.
Information sourced from Safer Lambeth pages. Copyright Lambeth Council.