Virtual Ward Panel

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The Met Police Holborn and Covent Garden Safer Neighbourhood Team offer free information on local crime issues and crime prevention tips by email. They now also offer local residents and businesses the chance to feed back local crime concerns through anonymous electronic surveys.

Your valuable feedback lets the police team see what residents and businesses in our ward are most concerned about.  This isn't about reporting crime, it's about telling the police what you think they should be doing to make our area safer and more secure.

If you would like to receive this information and have the chance to have your say, please email your consent to be contacted by the Met Police Safer Neighbourhood Team.  Email your your name and postal address to: Holborn.snt@met.police.uk put Virtual Ward Panel as the header in your email.

This is an opportunity to find out about what's happening in our area and also to let the police know what you want their priorities to be. The police respond to your concerns but need to know from you what they are.  Here is a less formal way of getting in touch to tell them about your concerns.

 

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