Planned maintenance for online systems

Due to planned maintenance from 5pm to 9.30pm on Friday 5 June 2020 you will not be able to access your My Havering online account and some of our forms may be taken offline. We apologise for any inconvenience caused during this time.

Coronavirus

Because of government guidance on coronavirus a number of our buildings are now closed and events listed on our site are subject to change or cancellation. Changes to council services, advice and support we can provide, the latest local news and links to Government advice is available on our dedicated coronavirus information page. Go to our coronavirus information page

Safer neighbourhoods board

The SNB works with Havering Police and Havering Council's Community Safety team to promote safety across the borough, and meets quarterly.

Key aims and objectives

Reporting to the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) the SNB has five key aims to achieve that are to:

  • ensure communities are more closely involved in problem solving and crime prevention
  • have a broad remit to reflect MOPAC's broader responsibilities, whilst respecting the view that local people know best what is needed at the local level
  • have a greater reach and ensure a more frequent refresh of ideas and views
  • achieve greater coherence between different engagement mechanisms, so as to provide greater public accountability in policing and crime reduction
  • make more efficient use of resources to deliver value for money and target funds at tackling issues of local concern and crime prevention

Board members

Chair of the SNB: Shelley Hart chair.snb.havering@gmail.com

SNB members include Havering Council's Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Regulatory Services, Councillor Viddy Persaud along with representatives from the following.

The Metropolitan Police have created a series of books and videos to explain some of the most common scams and how to avoid falling victim to them.

Take a look at the guide to preventing fraud and cyber crime

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