Recognising Residents Who Take A Stand
Hounslow Council say nominate A Community Safety Hero
Residents who take a stand against crime in their community are set to be recognised for their help in making the borough safer for everyone.
Hounslow Community Safety Partnership – a partnership including the council and police – are looking for nominations for Community Safety Heroes who have made a real difference to crime and safety in their community.
This is a chance to recognise and thank those community-spirited people who are willing to stand up for their neighbours and tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in their area.
Cllr Ed Mayne, cabinet member for community safety, said:
“We are lucky to have so many selfless, community-minded, people in the borough who won’t just stand idly by and let their community be ruined by crime.
“Their motivation isn’t for praise or personal gain, but we all owe them our thanks and this is a chance to do that.
“So if you know someone who has given up their time on a project to help fight crime, or a local group which has worked with local police to make a difference, let us know.”
Nominees could have helped prevent car crime, graffiti, or anti-social behaviour, or have set up community safety initiatives in their community.
To nominate a Community Safety Hero visit www.hounslow.gov.uk/communitysafety or call 0208 583 2503 before 24 October.
October 10, 2012