REPORTING ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (ASB)REPORTING TO THE METROPOLITAN POLICE
Alternatively, the person reporting can go to the MPS website – www.met.police.uk and follow the prompts for Reporting and Anti-social Behaviour.
Reports requiring a more urgent response should always be reported via 999. Examples are: crime currently taking place and to report threatening behaviour/robbery/muggings/attempted muggings/dangerous driving.
101 can be used for less urgent reporting of Crimes, if there is no immediate threat to a person/s or property.
It is important for residents to make the fullest use possible of these means of reporting ASB. It will give the Police and Tower Hamlets Council a clearer understanding of the true scale of the ASB issues within our Ward.
Only with consistent and disciplined reporting will resources be diverted to St Katharine & Wapping to clamp down on the escalation of ASB related issues which we are currently experiencing.
It is important to report EACH & EVERY time you are subject to a disturbance, regardless how trivial.REPORTING TO THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS, LBTHhttps://forms.towerhamlets.gov.uk/service/report_anti_social_behaviour
Tower Hamlets Council’s online Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) web form (link above) is a one-stop means of reporting all instances of Anti-Social Behaviour
Please find guidance notes to completing a report on the LBTH ASB portal - ASB Reporting Guidance Notes
REPORTING TO TOWER HAMLETS HOMES, THH
Only if your development/block is managed by THH, Tower Hamlets Homes can you report Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) to their dedicated team at -THH.ASB@towerhamlets.gov.uk or 020 7364 5015, (Option 6)THE COMMUNITY TRIGGER
The Community Trigger is the name generally applied to the Response to Complaints section of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. It enables victims to require agencies to carry out a review of their response to the anti-social behaviour they reported where they feel they did not get a satisfactory response. It is worth noting that the Community Trigger for LBTH can only be invoked if someone has complained 3 times in a 6 month period and feels nothing has been done.
More information can be found on the following link -The Community Trigger Guidance NotesREPORTING HOMELESSNESS AND ROUGH SLEEPING https://www.streetlink.org.uk/
Rough sleeping and homelessness is a concern for residents. Whilst this is relatively limited within our Ward this doesn’t necessarily mean that homelessness isn’t something that residents should not worry about. The homeless are often vulnerable and need assistance.Streetlink
enables residents to alert them to those sleeping rough within a location. This is the first step a resident can take to ensure that rough sleepers are connected to local services and get the support that is available to them.LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD - Report a Street Problemhttps://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/lgnl/transport_and_streets/roads,_highways_and_pavements/Report_a_street_problem.aspx
The New App, launched by LBTH, may be used to report a variety of street and park-related concerns, including dog-fouling (users are advised to drop down to the “other” category for dog-fouling reports).
Available for download on Google Play
and the App StoreVIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLShttps://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/lgnl/community_and_living/community_safety__crime_preve/domestic_violence/domestic_abuse.aspx
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) services are still in operation. In an emergency you should always call 999.
If you are in danger and unable to talk on the phone, call 999, and then press 55. This will transfer your call to the relevant police force who will assist you without you having to speak.THE NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY CENTRE
(Part of GCHQ – The Government's cyber and security agency) launched a new “suspicious email reporting service.”
All you have to do is forward the suspicious email
(You should then continue to block the sender / mark as spam.)
More information about the service can be found here;https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/information/report-suspicious-emailsCybersecurity Advice from the Police - How to protect yourselfSt Katharine & Wapping Safer Neighbourhood Ward Panel
(a non-political Group of Volunteers, working with the Police, Local Authority and Residents to make the Ward a Safer
Place in which to live and work)