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Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime

(MOPAC)
2nd FloorCity HallThe Queen’s WalkLondonSE1 2AA
Through the MOPAC the Mayor and Deputy Mayor are directly accountable for police performance in the capital, setting the Met Police’s strategic direction and allocating resources. Operational policing however remains the responsibility of the Metropolitan Police Commissioner. The London Assembly scrutinises the work of the…
020 7983 6532 Fax: 020 7983 5999

Mecklenburgh Square Residents Association

17 Mecklenburgh SquareLondonWC1N 2AD
Represents the interests of, and offers support to the residents of the Square and the portion of Doughty Street north of Guilford Street. Supervises local neighbourhood watch scheme.
020 7837 9423

Mens Advice Line

(MALE)
A Home Office funded helpline for men experiencing domestic violence and for frontline workers helping male clients who are victims of domestic violence (either in heterosexual or same sex relationships). (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0808 801 0327 (Mon-Fri 10am-1pm 2pm-5pm)

Mens Centre

Counselling for men who abuse people they love, usually women, although the Centre is also experienced in work with gay men. Counselling for people experiencing sexual or gender difficulties. The charges for treatment are means tested. Some treatment programmes available to residents in certain areas…
020 7267 8713 Fax: 020 7485 7957

Metropolitan Police Anti-Terrorist Hotline

Hotline to report suspected terrorist activity. All information passed to the police is treated in the strictest of confidence. It is thoroughly analysed and researched by experienced officers before, and if, any police action is taken. Suspicious activity could include someone: Who has bought or…
0800 789 321 Textphone: 0800 032 45 39

Minster Centre

(Including the Mapesbury Clinic, Families Without Fear Project AND Low Cost Psychotherapy and Counselling Service)
20 Lonsdale RoadLondonNW6 6RD
Referral service for members of the public seeking psychotherapy and counselling, including low cost services. Mapesbury Clinic provides multicultural counselling for people in exile. The Families Without Fear project (no crisis service; phone for an appointment) provides therapeutic and educational services for people affected by…
020 7644 6240 (Reception) Fax: 020 7644 6241

Missing People

(Formerly National Missing Persons Helpline includes the Runaway Helpline and the Message Home Helpline)
Roebuck House284-286, Upper Richmond Road WestLondonSW14 7JE
Provides support for missing children, vulnerable adults and families left in limbo. Gives families of the missing specialist advice and practical support as well as help searching. Also provides the Runaway Helpline for young runaways helping young people contact their family, carer, a support agency…
116 000 (National free phone number) Fax: 020 8392 4529 Textphone/Minicom: 116 000

Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre)

Mortimer MarketCapper StreetLondonWC1E 6JB
The Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre) offers free and confidential sexual health services. This includes STI (sexually transmitted infection), HIV testing and the Margaret Pyke Centre for contraceptive services. Walk in services: emergency contraception, if you have have intrauterine contraception fitted within last four…

National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service Sexually Harmful Behaviours Project

(Formerly the Young Abusers Project)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Offers assessment and treatment of children and young people with sexually harmful behaviour. Also training and consultation for professionals working with children with sexually harmful behaviour.
020 7428 1512 Fax: 020 7428 1181

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Freshstart

(NSPCC Fresh Start)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Team offering services to families, professionals and organisations across London and nationally around child sexual abuse. Policy development work, research, meetings and training. Four 3rd floor training rooms for hire.
020 7428 1500 (Reception), 020 7825 2775 (Public enquiries) Fax: 020 7428 1182
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