Bexley Safer Neighbourhood Board (SNB)
The Safer Neighbourhood Board in Bexley meets quarterly and has a responsibility to hold the police to account and to increase engagement with local communities as well as ensuring the existing police ward panels are effective and representative of the local communities.
The Board receives a small amount of funding from Mayors Office for policing and crime (MOPAC) which can support local initiatives to assist in meeting the local priorities.
Get involved in your local safer neighbourhood board
The Bexley Safer Neighbourhood Board are currently recruiting new Board members to create a dynamic and enthusiastic group of residents who are interested in volunteering their time to proactively make a difference to reducing crime in London Borough of Bexley.
- as a Board member you will be actively engaged in the board and play a key role in setting and delivering the board priorities
- each meeting will receive local crime data and updates from a Police Inspector, London Borough of Bexley Community Safety Team and London Fire Brigade. Other external agencies/organisations can also be invited to attend at the request of the board
- the board meets for approximately two hours a quarter on a Thursday evening and there is one annual public meeting and a few hours between meetings to assist in delivering the action plans
- additionally, there may be adhoc meetings that look at specific priorities and key themes, but they are very rare
If you are interested in applying to become part of the SNB board, please submit your interest to email@example.com. Your email should include your name, address and contact details with a clear description of why you are interested in joining. Individuals must represent a community organisation.
Please ensure that you include the community group that you are representing when you submit your application.
If you would like more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org