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Date updated: 8/06/2023
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The City of London is a safe and pleasant place to live, work and visit, with low levels of crime compared to other areas. However, its unique geographical area, and authority, presents itself with complex problems that are unique to this area. Issues range from having a distinctive anti-social behaviour challenge to supervising a safer, vibrant and modern night time economy. 

With this in mind, the Safer City Partnership allows agencies to tackle these themes in joint and cooperative multi-agency programme.

How you can help

You can help us keep the City a safer place to live and work by providing feedback. The City's Community Safety Team consults with residents and businesses so that we can develop awareness of community needs and feelings around crime and safety. 

If you have any suggestions, comments or questions about the Partnership, we would love to hear from you. Please email the Community Safety Team or telephone: 020 7332 3808.

About the Partnership

The Safer City Partnership plays a key role in reducing crime and other harms that affect those who live, work and visit the City of London.

The Partnership has a track record of success over the years in achieving goals.

  • It provides a strategic and collaborative platform for different agencies to come together and help make the City a safer and pleasant place.
  • Its responsible for delivering high quality community safety interventions for the benefit of the City of London and its neighbouring communities.
  • Its local experience and approach is endorsed by the Home Office's Modern Crime Prevention Strategy which highlights that potential partnerships have to prevent and reduce crime.
  • Its ambition is to build upon the existing and strong foundations and oversee further improvements in preventing and responding to crime and anti-social behaviour.
Safer City Partnership Strategy 2022-25 PDF (1.6MB)
Date submitted: 31/05/23
Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy 2022-25 PDF (250KB)
Date submitted: 8/06/23
Serious Violence Strategy 2022-25 PDF (200KB)
Date submitted: 8/06/23
Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy 2022-25 PDF (250KB)
Date submitted: 8/06/23