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Redbridge Council and the Police to co-host crime webinar.

Published: 24 November 2020

Redbridge Council and the Police to co-host crime webinar

The Leader of Redbridge Council, Cllr Jas Athwal, and Borough Commander Stephen Clayman will be hosting their second live webinar to discuss their joint approach to tackling crime. This time they will also be joined by Stephen Addison founder of the social enterprise BoxUp Crime and the police burglary prevention team.

Residents can tune in and watch the webinar  on Tuesday 1st December, from 6 pm – 7 pm.

Cllr Athwal and Mr Clayman will highlight the initiatives the police and the council have rolled out to tackle local crime hotspots and update residents on how they have been dealing with domestic abuse and anti-social behaviour in the borough.

Parents can hear from Stephen Addison, on how to support young people to be happy, healthy and focussed on their future, plus advice on how to manage unruly teenagers.

The burglary prevention team will be sharing their top tips on protecting your home this winter.

Residents can also ask questions during the event or in advance. We advise submitting questions in advance to ensure a response, as they will be answered on a first come basis, please email pressoffice@redbridge.gov.uk by Friday 27 November. 

The Leader of Redbridge Council, Cllr Jas Athwal, said: 

“Tackling crime in Redbridge is one of our Council’s top priorities. We are working closely with the local police to prevent criminal behaviour and to catch perpetrators but we want to hear from local people.

“This public virtual meeting is a great opportunity to hear about new anti-crime initiative and tips to keeping safe over the winter and to ask any questions you might have. 

 “Everyone is welcome to ask questions during the meeting but to make sure we get a chance to answer them all please submit questions in advance if you can.”

East Area’s BCU Commander, Stephen Clayman, said: 

“I am looking forward to hearing what things are concerning Redbridge residents and to provide more information on what my teams are doing to tackle crime and keep people safe.

As we enter this winter season, we see a shift in the type of crimes happening in Redbridge. I hope this webinar gives you some helpful crime prevention tips, and some reassurance that we are listening to you.”

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