Police Liaison Groups

Each ward in the borough has a Police Liaison Group (PLG) affiliated to the borough’s Community and Police Partnership. You can use My Richmond to find the ward for your location.

About Police Liaison Groups

The Groups meet in a variety of local venues and allow local residents and businesses to discuss local crime issues and set local policing priorities with their ward Police Safer Neighbourhood Team.

Each Group is chaired by a local volunteer. Whitton and Heathfield wards have merged to form a Joint Police Liaison Group. Most groups meet between 4 and 6 times a year. Meetings are usually held on weekday evenings although some Groups are experimenting with weekend meetings in the day to encourage greater attendance.

Any ward resident, business or representative of a local organisation is welcome to attend.

Detail of meetings

Please contact your ward Safer Neighbourhood Team for information and future dates of meetings.

Dates for meetings occasionally have to be changed at short notice so it's a good idea to double check with the Chair or ward SNT if you are attending for the first time.

Youth Police Liaison Group (YPLG)

Find out more about Youth Police Liaison Groups in your area.

Updated: 29 September 2017