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Witness Service Highbury Corner Magistrates Court

Highbury Corner Magistrates Court51 Holloway RoadLondonN7 8JA
Provide emotional and practical support to prosecution and defence witnesses and to their friends and families accompanying them to Court. Trained volunteers are available to guide witnesses through Court proceedings, either before the trial or on the day. Service is free, independent and confidential.
020 7506 3207 Fax: 020 7506 3126

Families in Focus Ossulston Street (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden9th Floor, 5 Pancras SquareJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Preventative support and social inclusion, capacity building for the community. Programme offered includes one-to-one work, mentoring, family casework, diversionary group activities, holiday programmes, individual support packages for children and families, and structured parenting programmes. Intensive family interventions and support to families with complex needs. Staff…
020 7974 1957 (Ossulston Street) Fax: 020 7974 6966 (Ossulston Street)

Women and Girls Network

LondonW14 0FE
Offers telephone information and support, individual and group counselling and complementary therapies to women and girls who have experienced any form of violence, whether physical, emotional or sexual.
020 7610 4678 (Office), 020 7610 4345 (Helpline) Fax: 020 7602 8610

Women Against Rape

(WAR)
25 Wolsey MewsLondonNW5 2DX
Offers support, legal advocacy and information to women and girls who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Supports survivors when they report to the police, seek protection from further attacks, prepare for court, apply for compensation, or seek asylum. A volunteer Asylum Project provides self-help…
020 7482 2496 Fax: 020 7267 7297 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7482 2496

Young Victims of Crime Victim Support in Camden

Octavia House50 Banner StreetLondonEC1Y 8ST
For out of office confidential support call the National Victim Support Line 0845 303 0900. Confidential emotional support and practical advice to young victims of any type of crime. Trained co-ordinators and caseworkers offer confidential emotional and practical support on all crimes, including assault, bullying,…
020 7336 1766 Fax: 020 7253 8943

Young Minds

(Also known as Youngminds. Includes the Parents Helpline)
Baden PlaceCrosby RowLondonSE1 1YW
National charity providing the Parents Helpline for any adult concerned about the mental health of a child or young person. This service is backed up by the website and a wide range of publications for young people, parents and professionals covering issues including depression, bullying…
0808 802 5544 (Parents Helpline), 020 7089 5050 (Office) Fax: 020 7407 8887

Private Sector Housing Team (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden8th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Deals with disrepair and improving conditions in privately rented homes. Clients include housing association tenants, private landlords, private tenants and, in some cases, homeowners. Administer a wide variety of grants for homeowners, private tenants and private landlords for adaptations for people with disabilities; repairs; energy…
020 7974 4444 (Contact Camden Call Centre) Fax: 020 7974 6707

Parking Penalty Charge Notices (Camden Council)

(PCNs)
If you receive a penalty charge notice and would like to pay or challenge it, please visit our website. http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/transport-and-streets/parking/penalty-charge-notices/challenge-a-pcn/
020 7974 4444

Private Sector Housing Assistance (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Grants, loans and other help for works of repair and improvement for landlords, home owners and private tenants. Eligible works include energy efficiency improvements, Eco grants (solar energy etc), security improvements, work to make the homes of people with disabilities accessible for them, work to…
020 7974 4444 (Customer Call Centre) Fax: 020 7974 1680 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7974 6647

Responsive Security Patrol (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Response Security Patrol and Housing Security and Parks Patrol Service)
London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
A service for Council tenants and leaseholders, investigating antisocial behaviour, harassment, drug users and dealers, residential noise nuisance, rough sleepers and youth disorder. Daytime enquiries should be directed to the relevant Ward Housing Team. Reports of antisocial behaviour in Camden parks and open spaces should…
020 7974 4444

Camden Community Safety Partnership

London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
The Camden Community Safety Partnership brings together Camden Council, the police, voluntary organisations and community groups. They work together to reduce crime and antisocial behaviour across the borough. The partnership undertakes a regular strategic assessment to determine priorities that it will work on. The website…
020 7974 4444

Insurance Section (Camden Council Finance Department)

(Also known as the Claims Office)
Insurance SectionCrowndale Centre218 Eversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BD
Deals with insurance arrangements for council assets and claims from the public for compensation following injury caused by defective buildings/streets/pavements etc. that are the responsibility of Camden Council.
020 7974 2113 Fax: 020 7974 3361

Cabinet Member for Safer Communities (Camden Council)

Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Councillor Nadia Shah (Lab). The role is: Summary Leading on reducing hate crime, drug activity, preventing anti-social behaviour and crime, reducing rough sleeping, increasing trust and special responsibility for creating vibrant markets (community safety, anti-social behaviour, no place for hate, markets).  Detail To take responsibility for delivery…
020 7974 6409 Fax: 020 7974 5921

Camden Controlled Drinking Zone (Camden Council)

(Also known as the Camden CDZ)
London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Camden Council is running a controlled drinking zone (CDZ) across the borough. The CDZ allows the police to remove alcohol from people considered to be a potential nuisance on the street. The zone is borough-wide.
020 7974 2915

About Local Offer Camden Safety Net (Camden Council)

(Also known as Independent Domestic and Sexual Violence Advisory Service)
5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Camden Safety Net provides services to survivors of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence as well as to children affected by violence. Camden Safety Net provides services to survivors and their families who live, work or study in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Safety Net…
020 7974 2526 Fax: 020 7974 3660 Textphone/Minicom: 07814 671427

Camden Dispersal Notices (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Good Behaviour Zones)
London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
The Police are able to require that groups of two or more persons acting in an antisocial way disperse from the designated area for up to 24 hours. Failure to comply is a summary offence with a power of arrest. The dispersal notice aims to…
020 7974 4444

Community Safety Officers (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Community Intervention Officers)
There are ten Community SafetyOfficers (CSOs) based within the Community Safety service. The CSOs for Camden areas are: Holborn & Covent Garden ward – Claudio da Silva Pinheiro; Bloomsbury ward - Claudio da Silva Pinheiro & Paul Fairman: King's Cross ward - Paul Fairman: St Pancras…
020 7974 4444 (Communities including Safety)

Community Safety Service (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden8th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Co-ordinates work on community safety in Camden and facilitates the Camden Community Safety Partnership. The Partnership includes people from Camden Council, Camden Police, NHS Camden, NHS Islington, London Probation Service, Camden Victim Support as well as other statutory and voluntary agencies.
020 7974 2915

Community Presence Officers (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Community Wardens)
Pancras SquareLondonN1C 4AG
Service provides a community-based uniformed street presence. The Community Presence Officers provide high-visibility patrols across Camden to deter overt drug use and sex-working. They visit vulnerable tenants, provide training and information on community safety, provide intelligence to the police and the Community Safety service.
020 7974 4444

Camden Town with Primrose Hill Safer Neighbourhood Panel

The panel is the forum for members to raise and discuss ward crime trend concerns. Individual incidents should always be reported at the time via 999 or 101. The Panel set the priorities (known as Promises) for the Safer Neighbourhood Team. The Panel will decide…
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