Bermondsey Rotherhith Community Council | Community Safety

Saturday 8 September 2018 | 1pm to 3:45pm
City Hope Church, 121 Drummond Road, London SE16 2J

The topic for discussion at this meeting is Community Safety – Time for a Conversation. This is going to be a very engaging meeting as you will have the opportunity to discuss all topics with all group facilitators as we are making time for all of this but moving them around to each group. We will also have a representative from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).

Please could you invite and share the meeting information with as many residents and community groups and other interested parties as possible. I am looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible and if you cannot make it please send through your questions or issues that can be raised.

Also, the meetings can be viewed via a live link which is made available via Facebook on the day of the meeting. If you would prefer for this to be emailed to you directly then please let me know.

Biscuit Factory Tour

There is also a tour of the Biscuit Factory development site at 12 noon with the meeting place being City Hope Church. That should last for about 40 mins as you all need to make it back to register for the meeting. I will be there from about 11:30am.

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Community Council Agenda

  1. INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME
  2. APOLOGIES
  3. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
    1. Sally Heron, Engagement Coordinator – Beat the Street Southwark
    2. Sarah Thurman, Head of Community Investment, United St Saviour’s Charity(Southwark) – Open Grant Programmes
  4. INTRODUCTIONS FOR GROUP DISCUSSIONS
    Opening Introductions
    Cllr Kath Whittam – Chair of Bermondsey and Rotherhithe CC Opening Remarks Cllr Evelyn Akoto – Cabinet Member for Community Safety & Public Health and Althea Smith, Chair of Southwark Safer Neighbourhood Board
  5. GROUP DISCUSSIONS
    Groups – (15/20 mins each group)

    a. PC Kevin Webster & Colin Hartridge-Price, Chair, North Bermondsey Ward Safer Neighbourhoods Panel – focusing on crime prevention, reporting and response

    a. PC Kevin Webster & Colin Hartridge-Price, Chair, North Bermondsey Ward Safer Neighbourhoods Panel – focusing on crime prevention, reporting and response

    b. Hugh Folkes, Senior ASBM Officer (Southwark Council) – focusing on Anti-Social Behaviour including on nuisance behaviours, noise, loitering, drugs

    c. Sharon Ogden, Safer Communities Team Manager– focusing on hate crime and domestic abuse

    d. Suley Muhidin, Communities Projects Officer (Southwark Council) & Claire Nash-Thurlow, Canada Water Safety Group – focusing on Youth Safety including knife crime and safety on the streets/schools

  6. BREAK (10 MINS)
  7. PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE BISCUIT FACTORY DEVELOPMENT WITH GROSVENOR
  8. CLOSE
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