Use and/or possession of Weapons is a criminal offence and you should report it to the Police immediately by calling 999 if you or someone else is in danger or at immediate risk of harm.
If a crime has been committed and you are not currently in danger, please contact the police on 101 or report it online.
It’s important that you feel safe in your home. After you've reported what has happened to the Police, please also let us know so we can do whatever we can to help, by completing our online form. Please provide as much information as you can, such as the police incident report number, and the police officer's name so that we can make contact with them.
Check with your local council to see if they have specialist teams and services to help, support and advise you with your concern.
Other ways to contact us:
Call 0300 123 9966 (Monday-Friday 8am-6pm)
Email us email@example.com
Our latest partnership
We are family: Knife crime prevention and awareness workshops for parents
In collaboration with Swan Housing, Tower Hamlets Homes, and East End Homes, we're pleased to present We are family, our knife-crime prevention programme.
Our workshops are targeted at parents of young people who may be at risk of becoming involved in knife crime. Our sessions will help to increase your awareness and understanding of knife crime, as well as helping you to support your child to make the right choices.
Our sessions will be taking place on Zoom, so you can join from the comfort of your own home. Find out more and book your space today!
Other useful links
0800 555 111
Hard Calls Save Lives. Every call is important and making the call can save the life of someone’s son or daughter. Your information, however small, could be the last piece of the puzzle. All information is reviewed, and where possible, acted upon, to help to stop crime.
If you think you may know something about knife crime, call Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.
0808 1689 111