Croydon is one of the largest boroughs in London, is home to well over 300,000 people and is one of the largest economic centres in the south of England. Croydon police works closely with the local authority and other agencies, especially through the Safer Croydon Partnership to identify local policing priorities within Croydon and to develop and implement strategies to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour on a local level.
This survey seeks to identify how the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) can increase awareness of Disability Hate Crime and provide a true reflection of Disability Hate Crime in London.
Viewing this gallery is a simple but effective way in which the public can help police to fight crime.
Brought to justice
A Croydon man has been jailed for assaulting a 65-year-old taxi driver after refusing to pay his fare.
There are a number of ways you can get in touch with us depending on the request type and urgency. Remember, if it's an emergency always dial 999 - Our non emergency contact number is 101 .
2 October 2015 - Ward Panel meeting
A meeting of the panel members to discuss local concerns and to and set priorities for the local police team.
3 October 2015 - Drop-in surgery
An indoor one-to-one consultation session.
5 October 2015 - Street briefing
An outdoor meeting that any member of the public can attend held outdoors.
Croydon has 26 Safer Neighbourhoods Teams. You can find them on the Croydon Safer Neighbourhoods team page.