Telephone: 020 7601 2222 PO Box 36451 London EC2M 4WN
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Community Policing is at the
very heart of our daily duties to protect and serve the 300,000
people who live in, work within and visit the City of London.
Police officers and PCSOs work with City communities across three
specific teams – Residential, Business and Street Intervention.
This structured approach
helps focus our work within both the residential and business
sectors of the City, while maintaining an active presence on the
streets and helping to prevent crime.
Positioning our teams in this way makes for smarter, more efficient
working with communities.
The teams have an integrated
approach and share their knowledge and skills to help each other -
to help you. This style of policing is designed to meet today’s and
tomorrow’s challenges in an ever evolving vibrant City
The Residential team works with the 7,500 residents living in
the City of London.
Their objectives include tackling anti social behaviour and
other quality of life and related residential issues, dealing
quickly and efficiently with problems that arise and stepping up
police patrols in the City’s residential areas.
The Business team works with all small and medium enterprises,
such as shops, cafés, pubs, markets and churches. The team deals
with local issues and concerns raised by businesses.
Officers and PCSOs aim to increase awareness and cooperation
between businesses and the police to reduce and tackle crime.
The Street Intervention team has responsibility for tackling and
reducing street crime and anti social behaviour. The team also
assists with issues associated with licensed premises.
Officers and PCSOs also help raise awareness about crime
prevention and regularly visit schools and work with police
Snow Hill Police Station
5 Snow Hill
Telephone: 020 7601 2452
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Visit our crime prevention pages for advice
on a number of topics including building
security, bicycle security, vehicle security and how to
protect yourself from theft.
Use the Police.uk
website to find out more about crime and case outcomes where