In our new strategy ‘A Safer London for Everyone: People, Peers, Places’ we make a commitment to Young Londoners and the communities in which they live, learn and work.
Safer London’s vision is a city that is safe for all the young people who live here. By working alongside young Londoners, their families and peers, as well as with the places where they live and spend their time, we can create a safer London not just for them – but everyone.
Over the next five years we’re committed to growing as an organisation, building on our strengths and nurturing our internal talent. We’ll involve young Londoners in the shaping of our services and provide a platform for their voices to be heard.
Our work will be delivered through three key themes: People, Peers and Places.
We’ll provide trusted individual relational support to ensure more young Londoners will feel safer, be safer, and have positive futures.
Learn more about our work with People here
We’ll enable young Londoners to support, and be supported by, their peers.
Learn more about our work with Peers here
We’ll work directly in the community, to ensure that the places and spaces that young Londoners spend their time are safe and positive.
Learn more about our work with Places here
Summer 2020 Webinar Series
Following on from the launch of our Strategy in Summer 2020 we hosted a series of webinars examining specific issues that young Londoners and their families.
Is tackling violence about teachable moments? Enduring relationships? Or both?
Some services try to support victims. Other services work with perpetrators. What if the person you’re working with is both?
If we want to get a safeguarding response for a young person we can refer them. Why can’t we do the same if we’ve got a safeguarding concern about a place?