Safety in the Community

Being Safe when Out and About

Bexley Mencap

Bexley Mencap

Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families and carers

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Police
Police in Bexley work closely with the local authority and other agencies especially through the Bexley Community Safety Partnership which identifies policing priorities within Bexley Borough and develops and implements the strategies to be used in tackling crime and disorder on a local level.

More information on Police in Bexley
Community Support
The Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) aims to improve the quality of life for the Borough's residents by making them feel safer.

Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) was established in 1996 prior to the implementation of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, which places a duty on key bodies to work together to reduce crime. The Act recognises that partnership working is likely to have a greater impact on crime and specifies. 

More information on the Bexley Community Safety Partnership
Neighbourhood Watch

This is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes ever.

Neighbourhood Watch is about getting together with neighbours to help reduce crime and disorder to make local neighbourhoods a safer place in which to live, work and play.

More information on your local neighbourhood watch image.
Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families and carers

Go to Bexley Mencap




Police

Police in Bexley work closely with the local authority and other agencies especially through the Bexley Community Safety Partnership which identifies policing priorities within Bexley Borough and develops and implements the strategies to be used in tackling crime and disorder on a local level.

More information on Police in Bexley


Community Support

The Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) aims to improve the quality of life for the Borough's residents by making them feel safer.

Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) was established in 1996 prior to the implementation of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, which places a duty on key bodies to work together to reduce crime. The Act recognises that partnership working is likely to have a greater impact on crime and specifies.

More information on the Bexley Community Safety Partnership


Neighbourhood Watch

Bexley Mencap

Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families and carers

Go to Bexley Mencap


Police
Police in Bexley work closely with the local authority and other agencies especially through the Bexley Community Safety Partnership which identifies policing priorities within Bexley Borough and develops and implements the strategies to be used in tackling crime and disorder on a local level.

More information on Police in Bexley
Community Support
The Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) aims to improve the quality of life for the Borough's residents by making them feel safer.

Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) was established in 1996 prior to the implementation of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, which places a duty on key bodies to work together to reduce crime. The Act recognises that partnership working is likely to have a greater impact on crime and specifies. 

More information on the Bexley Community Safety Partnership
Neighbourhood Watch

This is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes ever.

Neighbourhood Watch is about getting together with neighbours to help reduce crime and disorder to make local neighbourhoods a safer place in which to live, work and play.

More information on your local neighbourhood watch image.
This is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes ever.

Neighbourhood Watch is about getting together with neighbours to help reduce crime and disorder to make local neighbourhoods a safer place in which to live, work and play.

More information on your local neighbourhood watch

Reporting Community Safety Concerns

Crimes and Anti-Social Behaviour

There are various ways to report non-emergency issues relating to crime, anti-social behaviour or matters of concern within your community. They vary from going directly to police, reporting anonymously, both online and via the telephone. There is also a texting facility available to ensure that we cater for all needs.  If you are a housing association tenant you may prefer to report any concerns within your community to your housing officer. Please see below how you can report crime in Bexley.

Emergencies

In an emergency always call 999. You should use this service to contact police in situations when you need an immediate response, for example if a crime is in progress or if someone is in immediate danger.

Police non-emergency number

You can call 101 when you need to speak to Bexley Police about non-emergency situations, seek advice on police matters or obtain details of your local Safer Neighbourhoods Policing Team
Textphone users can call the 18001 Text Direct prefix for non-emergency calls. Type Talk (Next Generation Text Service) can be contacted on Telephone: 0800-7311-888 or Textphone: 0800-500-888 or go to the NGTS website

In person at Bexleyheath Police Station

Address: 2 Arnsberg Way, Bexleyheath
Visit the Borough's main police station to report crime. The front office is open to the public 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

Crimestoppers

Crimestoppers is an independent UK-wide charity helping to prevent and solve crime. This organisation enables you to give information regarding crime in confidence and anonymously 24 hours a day. Call free on 0800-555-111 or visit Crimestoppers

London Borough of Bexley online

If you know who is causing anti-social behaviour and are prepared to provide evidence you can report it online here