Safer neighbourhoods teams

Neighbourhood police officers play a vital role in keeping London's communities safe by focusing on crime and anti-social behavious within the community. 

You can contact your Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) via email and follow us on Twitter for the latest updates on what is happening in your area.

@MPSHammful

Find your local SNT

You can find your local SNT and what's happening in your area using the the search on the Metropolitan Police website.

How can I contact my local policing team?

Please do not use these email addresess to report crime.

To report a crime please go to the Metropolitan Police website 

Or if it is an emergency, for example if someone in immediate danger or you need support right away, please call 999 now.

Addison ward
addison.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSaddison

Askew ward
askew.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSaskew

Avonmore & Brook Green ward
avonmore.brookgreen.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSavonmore

College Park & Old Oak ward
collegeparkandoldoak.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSoldoak

Fulham Broadway ward
fulhambroadway.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSfulhambrdway

Fulham Reach ward
fulhamreach.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSfulhamreach

Hammersmith Broadway ward
hammersmithbroadway.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPShambroadway

Munster ward
munster.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSmunster

North End ward
northend.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSnorthendfh

Palace Riverside ward
palaceriverside.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSpalacerivers

Parsons Green & Walham ward
parsonsgreen.walham.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSparsonsgreen

Ravenscourt Park ward 
ravenscourtpark.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSravenscourt

Sands End ward
sandsend.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSsandsend

Shepherds Bush Green ward
shepherdsbushgreen.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSshepherdsbush

Town ward
fulhamtown.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSfulhamtown

Wormholt & White City ward
wormholtandwhitecity.SNT@met.police.uk
@MPSwhitecity

More information about the Safer Neighbourhoods scheme can be found on the Metropolitan Police website.

What are ward panels?

Ward panels give the local community the opportunity to have their say and find information about their local area.

Upcoming dates of meetings can be found on the SNT page for your ward - please use the search on the Metropolitan Police website.

Ward panels were originally established to set local crime priorities for their ward policing team. The panels still remain focused on issues of concern to local residents relating to crime reduction and relevant community ASB issues. Ward panels are the responsibility of the local police and they are the lead agency.

Ward panel attendance should be made up of representatives from the local policing team, residents, council community safety officers, and local councillors.

Law Enforcement team

See also Law Enforcement Team