A White Ribbon Torch Walk is taking place in Sheen to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.
Council news | 27 Mar 23
Richmond Upon Thames, in partnership with other South West London boroughs, has launched a night safety charter to help women feel safer when out in the evening.
Council news | 23 Mar 23
To mark the International Women's Day we held a free learning event for community organisations and professionals working across the borough to help combat stalking and violence against women and girls.
Council news | 09 Mar 23
Drivers are being warned of a latest parking meter scam, which could result in loss of money from their accounts.
Council news | 07 Feb 23
As part of the Richmond Neighbourhood Policing Week, we have arranged a catalytic converter and bike marking event to try to help combat the thefts that have been occurring across the Borough.
Council news | 23 Jan 23
The council is offering free training to everyone living, working and studying in the borough to increase safety in public spaces.
Council news | 18 Jan 23
A Torch Walk and ‘walk and talk’ with the Met Police are taking place in Ham to raise awareness of violence against women and improve safety for female residents.
Council news | 12 Jan 23
Residents are being offered free bystander training to provide them with the tools to safely intervene when they see problematic behaviour occurring.
Council news | 04 Jan 23
We have partnered with the Metropolitan Police and Wandsworth Council to facilitate the first quarterly forum for organisations working to tackle violence against women and girls (VAWG) and domestic abuse.
Council news | 19 Dec 22
It’s that time of year again when residents could be subject to Christmas scams. Keep an eye out to prevent fraudsters from taking advantage of you.
Council news | 19 Dec 22
Everyone has a right to live free from violence and abuse this Christmas and beyond. So, we are sharing how residents can access 24-hour support if you’re feeling vulnerable, regardless of your circumstances.
Council news | 16 Dec 22
On Thursday 3 November, residents and councillors took part in a White Ribbon Torch Walk from Mortlake to Barnes Ponds to raise awareness around violence against women and girls (VAWG).
Council news | 07 Nov 22
A White Ribbon Torch Walk is taking place in Mortlake and Barnes to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.
Council news | 27 Oct 22
Free bystander training will be offered to those living and working in the borough to help them safely challenge problematic behaviour when they see it.
Council news | 25 Oct 22
The Council is offering training to businesses working in the Night Time Economy to increase safety in public spaces.
Council news | 20 Oct 22
Following the success of the Safe Space by Richmond Station, the initiative has been extended to provide vulnerable people support on the weekend as the nights get darker.
Council news | 14 Oct 22
Multicultural Richmond hosted a Hate Crime Awareness Week event to inform residents on its impact and what the Council is doing to tackle prejudice.
Council news | 10 Oct 22
Richmond Town Centre's 'Safe Space' remains open outside Richmond Station every Friday and Saturday night
Richmond Council and its partners are reminding residents that the newly opened 'Safe Space' is on hand to support anyone who might be feeling vulnerable while out and about in Richmond Town Centre between 9pm and 1am on Friday and Saturday nights.
Council news | 26 Aug 22
Council teams are working hard to establish all of our new trees during the hot weather, but residents can play their part to help them to thrive!
Council news | 09 Aug 22
Richmond Council and its partners have launched the ‘Safe Space Richmond’ initiative in Richmond town centre to provide a safe space for women and girls, or anyone who is feeling vulnerable, on Friday and Saturday nights.
Council news | 13 Jul 22
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Updated: 13 May 2022