Security meet in Norfolk Square Gardens

On Thursday 21 October, the BID held an open security meet in Norfolk Square Gardens. The Metropolitan Police team and CST were on hand to take questions from the public, hand out security flyers and offer free security alarms to BID members.

Security is a top priority for the BID. As the nights get darker earlier and with recent media attention on women’s safety, we want to be as visible as possible.

On October 21 from 2-3.30pm, Metropolitan police officers and the Community Safety Team will be on hand in Norfolk Square Gardens to take questions and listen to any local concerns you may have.

Please come to the square and meet the team looking after our streets.

Thursday 21 October, 1400-1530.

  • Metropolitan police officers and the Community Safety Team will be in Norfolk Square Gardens.
  • The BID will be handing out flyers to alert women to Ask Angela, a campaign used by licensed premises to keep people safe from sexual assault by using a codeword to identify when they are in danger or are in an uncomfortable situation.
  • The BID have organised for free personal safety alarms to be made available to BID members who live and work in the area.
  • The BID will also be distributing pocket guides to safetyand other useful safety tools.

If you are unable to attend the event but would like a personal safety alarm and safety guides please email stating your name and business.