Alcohol ban in Woolwich town centre has been renewed
We can continue to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour in Woolwich town centre, with the renewal of our alcohol ban.
Stamping out illegal tobacco in Royal Greenwich
We're highlighting how criminals are reaping in over £100 million a year from London’s trade in illegal tobacco, and undermining efforts to support smokers to quit, as part of Stamp It Out London.
New app launches in Eltham to help tackle crime and anti-social behaviour
We have launched a new app for local businesses, community groups and partners, to help make Eltham town centre safer and more welcoming.
We're helping to get people off the streets
We’re helping to get people off the streets with our Street Pop Project in Woolwich.
We stand in solidarity with our Muslim community
In the wake of the New Zealand mosque attacks, the leader of the Council paid a visit to Greenwich Islamic Centre during Friday prayers, to personally address the congregation.
Offenders are helping to make a difference with community payback
When someone commits a crime, the effect can reach far and wide across the community – we're proud to work with the London Community Rehabilitation Company so offenders can 'payback' the borough.
Fraudster is convicted after £9,000 rent scam in Woolwich
A man who scammed £9,000 from vulnerable victims by illegally letting a flat in Woolwich has been convicted of fraud and money laundering.
No cigarettes for minors after our successful operation with the Met Police
Our undercover operation with the Met Police to test local retailers ended well this week, when all shopkeepers refused to sell cigarettes to minors.
New campaign highlights the hidden face of domestic abuse
Domestic abuse isn’t always physical. That’s the message behind our new campaign to highlight coercive control.