Community safety is about making sure you are safe and feel safe wherever you live, work or visit. It brings together all the things that go to make an area 'safe' - from catching criminals to preventing anti-social behaviour and from reducing drug and alcohol abuse to supporting victims of domestic abuse.
Working together to keep you safe
Community safety involves a wide range of organisations and, in the Wokingham borough, these are brought together in the Community Safety Partnership.
Contact your Police and Crime Commissioner
If you have concerns you can email your Police and Crime Commissioner, Anthony Stansfield , at: email@example.com
What you can do to keep yourself and your community safe
Wokingham borough is a 'low' crime, but not a 'no' crime areas and there are simple ways you can help keep yourself and your community safe. The best way to keep your community safe is to get involved and there are plenty of ways you can do that. Visit the Directgov crime prevention webpage for more. There are also simple ways to make yourself safer and Thames Valley Police's crime prevention webpages provides expert advice.
Be aware of scams
Read about how to protect yourself from scams on the Thames Valley Police website.
Reporting a problem
In case of an emergency, always call 999.
For non-emergency issues, you can call the police on 101 or report it online at Thames Valley Police's reporting incidents webpage.