The Redbridge Community Police Team, started operations on
the 31 October 2011. They have responsibility for the patrolling of
Redbridge's Parks and Open Spaces and take part in partnership
operations, focused on licensing and anti-social behaviour
The new Redbridge Community Police Team consists of 12
constables, two sergeants and are managed by an Inspector. The
team have access to additional resources, working closely with the
Special Constabulary and Redbridge Council's Enforcement Teams.
Contacting the Team
If you want to speak to the team about an issue in a park,
The Council hosts weekly meetings with the Police, Vision Trust
- Redbridge Culture and Leisure and the Council's Community Safety
Service. To jointly set patrols and task the team, based on
up-to-date information and intelligence about emerging
issues or hotspots.
Work in Parks
The team patrol Redbridge's parks and open spaces, providing a
visible policing presence seven days a week. They work closely with
Vision Trust - Redbridge Culture and Leisure, Park Keepers and
staff. The team will also work with parks user groups and Friends
of the Park organisations along with other stake holders.
Twelve of the Boroughs larger parks have been allocated a member
of the team, who will act as a single point of contact for park
keepers and park user groups, in the same manner as Safer
Licensing and ASB issues
As well as patrolling the parks, the team carry out joint
partnership activities with the Council's Enforcement
Teams. The team deal with anti-social behaviour,
licensing, trading standards and streetscene issues. The team will
work until 3 am on Friday and Saturday nights.
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