At the last Safe Neighbourhood Team Meeting in March, it was agreed that more communication between organisations and the public would be desirable. This is an announcement of a forthcoming public meeting

Encouraging all residents across the Coney Hall Ward

A Public Meeting

‘Question Time – Law & Order’

Hayes Village Hall, Hayes Street Bromley BR2 7LE

Saturday 29 June 2024 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Admission by ticket

The panel will comprise representatives from the Metropolitan Police, British Transport Police, London Assembly, Local Councillors, Principal Hayes School and a Resident’s Association.

Tickets are limited to 140, so you must register for this event, which is free to attend. We hope there will be residents from Coney Hall, Hayes and Keston, so get your registration in early.

Tickets will be emailed from 8 June 2024.

Terms & Conditions

  • Applications close on Saturday 22 June.
  • We will contact successful applicants before Monday 24 June.
  • There is a limit to the number of tickets available on a first-come first-served basis.
  • Everyone applying to be part of the audience must complete this form. The information is confidential.
  • If you wish to ask a question, please do not include any personal details or information about a specific case.
  • We will notify you if your question has been selected.
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Safer Neighbourhood Team

Your Safer Neighbourhoods Team (SNT) is a group of Met police officers dedicated to serving your community. The team comprises officers based in your area (or ‘ward’), supported by additional officers from the wider area.

We work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide our policing priorities for the area. This helps us to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems while maintaining our wider focus on reducing crime across London.

Hayes (Kent) Village Association

The Association was founded in 1933 to protect the interests of residents and preserve the local amenities.

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