Community Safety Partnership (CSP) newsletters

Welcome to the Richmond upon Thames Community Safety Partnership newsletters for partners and residents involved in reducing crime, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime in Richmond upon Thames.

The purpose of the newsletters is to provide readers with headline stories about local, regional and national community safety news items, events and consultations in an easy to read format.

We welcome your feedback, so if you have any comments or suggestions please contact: David Noakes - or telephone on 020 8891 7214.

2017 newsletters

CSP Newsletter February/March 2017(pdf, 185KB)

  • Home Secretary appoints Cressida Dick as next commissioner of the Metropolitan
  • Funding boost to help support victims of domestic abuse
  • Man sentenced for killing duck
  • Two-wheel vehicle success

2016 newsletters

CSP Newsletter December 2016/January 2017(pdf, 184KB)

  • Mayor invites Londoners to have their say on plans for a safe city
  • Safeguarding success
  • Mayor safeguards £72 to tackle crime across all of London boroughs
  • Government and retailers tackle knife crime together

CSP Newsletter October/November 2016(pdf, 186KB)

  • Man jailed for carpark stabbing spree
  • Richmond Police light up Christmas for children in care
  • Mayor launches first live chat service for victims
  • Rollout of body worn cameras

CSP Newsletter August/September 2016(pdf, 243KB)

  • Appeal to reunite owners with stolen jewellery, Hounslow
  • New Borough Commander takes up post at Richmond
  • 'Lager' graffiti vandal caught after tagging restaurant toilet then paying for a beer with his bank card
  • Met passes 4,000 BME officers milestone

CSP Newsletter July 2016(pdf, 237KB)

  • Council condemns xenophobic and racist stickers that have appeared in Whitton and Heathfield
  • Missing black cocker spaniel
  • Mayor announces a second dedicated PC in every London ward
  • Mayor to work with police to tackle hate crime on public transport

CSP Newsletter June 2016(pdf, 186KB)

  • A sharp drop in house burglaries recorded in Richmond as new crime priorities set
  • Man remanded after being charged with attempted murder of four women
  • Noisy neighbour silenced in court by the Council
  • Mayor attends firearms training and hails 400 more armed police posts

CSP Newsletter May 2016(pdf, 183KB)

  • Richmond Borough Commander suspended
  • Appeal following incident with aircraft
  • Annual Crime Statistics
  • Landmark law to tackle legal highs

CSP Newsletter March/April 2016(pdf, 182KB)

  • Richmond safer than ever thanks to Council, Police and partners
  • Crime talk and consequences discussed at annual Youth Conference
  • Government and major retailers unite to tackle knife crime
  • Disability Hate Crime awareness initiative launched

CSP Newsletter February 2016(pdf, 236KB)

  • Appeal after woman attacked, Teddington
  • Mayor leads dramatic in hospitals sharing data with the police
  • Police volunteers to be given powers without taking on the role of special constables
  • Mayor’s £1.5 gang exit scheme rolls out across the capital

CSP Newsletter January 2016(pdf, 238KB)

  • 90K awarded to make sure domestic abuse victims get the help they need
  • Sheen Gate Gardens flat closed
  • January is the peak month for residential burglaries
  • Met’s Christmas Tree Gift appeal exceeds last year’s total

2015 newsletters

2014 newsletters

Contact the Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Community Safety Partnership
3rd Floor Civic Centre
Twickenham TW1 3BZ
Telephone: 020 8891 7777

The Community Safety team’s phone and mailbox are monitored during normal office hours. For assistance at other times, please check the CSP A to Z help guide.

Updated: 21 June 2017