London Borough of Sutton

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Met Police Launch Youth Website

A youth website has been launched by police for the first time.  The site focusses on keeping safe and provides information, advice and contacts for young people. Chief Superintendant Adrian Hancock highlights the reasons for the site:

“Young people can be as many as three times more likely to be the victim of a street robbery than any other age group so Safe is just one way we can give them advice on how to keep safe.”

16-year old Wandsworth pupil Ollie Hughes recently tried the website and said: “Young people are a lot more internet savvy than their parents and we’re usually a lot more comfortable online and know how to research and find information so I think Safe would be used by young people to find things out. I think Safe is really easy to use as you get to just read the things you’re interested in or what you want to find out about.”


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London Borough of Sutton Crime/Anti-Social Behaviour/Victim Support

Sutton Local Authority

Sutton Housing

  • Homeless – 020 8545 3715
  • SHELTER – Out of hours: 020 8770 5000/0808 800 4444

Sutton Domestic Violence/Sexual Violence

Sutton LGBT services

Sutton Community

Sutton Refugees And Asylum Seekers

Sutton Youth Services

Sutton Older People

Sutton Disability

Sutton Counselling/Mental Health

Sutton Advocacy/Legal Advice

  • Central London Law Centre – 020 7839 2998
  • Sutton Advocacy – 020 8773 3692
  • Galop 02077042040. Galop is a London-wide charity who provides confidential advice, support and advocacy to victims of hate crime, domestic abuse and sexual abuse. Galop can also assist with police complaints, legal matters and criminal injuries compensation claims.  Galop also undertakes training, research and advice on hate crime and criminal justice issues relating to the LGBT community.
  • CAB – 020 8405 3552

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