Community Crime Commission

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Redbridge’s Community Crime Commission has been set up to tackle crime and the fear of crime throughout the borough.

Crime and safety has consistently been the top priority for residents and this commission will strive to make Redbridge safer and a place where people feel safe to work, live and carry out business.

What is the Community Crime Commission?

The Community Crime Commission is a panel of 16 commissioners, made up of local residents and people who have a strong connection to the borough, such as those who have worked in Redbridge.

What does the commission do?

As an independent body, the Community Crime Commission will be investigating four areas of crime and will propose solutions to help tackle the root causes of crime. This will then be adopted by the council and our partners such as the police, healthcare providers and voluntary organisations.

 

Find out more on the Community Crime Commission

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