|Topic:||Public Meeting - Ealing Safer Neighbourhood Board|
|Posted by:||Chris Carrington|
|The first public meeting of the new Ealing Safer Neighbourhood Board is being held tomorrow night, Tuesday, 17 March, at Ealing Town Hall starting at 7.00 pm.|
Since April last year, every London borough has had a local safer neighbourhood board which reports to the Mayor of London in his capacity as Police and Crime Commissioner through the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC). The Board members represent a diverse range of interests in the Borough, and their main roles are to establish local policing and crime priorities, to monitor police performance and public confidence in the police, and to fulfil a range of other important and specific functions.
To fulfil these roles the Ealing Safer Neighbourhood Board (ESBN) will engage with residents, local community groups and businesses to ensure that they are more closely involved in problem solving and crime prevention. The Board will also ensure that the police focus on the priorities set by local communities, scrutinise police services, ensure that each ward has a functioning ward panel, and support neighbourhood watch in the borough.
If you are interested in policing and crime in Ealing, and would like to learn more about the work of the ESBN, please go along to the meeting at Ealing Town Hall.