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Wandsworth Community Safety Unit

The Wandsworth Community Safety Unit (CSU) is in charge of investigating domestic violence and hate crimes (any incident that is seen to be racist, homophobic, transphobic or due to a person's religion, beliefs, gender identity or disability/special need) in Wandsworth. They also investigate complaints about…

Wandsworth Council Youth Work Service

Wandsworth Youth Work Service works with young people aged 11-19 or 25 if the young person has a disability. The service: runs full-time youth clubs throughout the borough, offers a wide range of…

Wandsworth Independent Visitors (WIV) Service

WIV is a new Independent Visitors Service for Children Looked After. An Independent Visitor is a volunteer who befriends a looked after child or young person. An Independent Visitor will: visit children in care who have little or no contact with family, or would…

Wandsworth Prevent Programme

Prevent is part of the national counter-terrorism strategy and aims to stop people being drawn into or supporting terrorism.  Prevent works with other key agencies, the police and communities to help deter extremist groups and support vulnerable people. This service is for people who may…

Wandsworth Safety Net

Wandsworth Safety Net provides an independent and confidential advocacy service for all victims of domestic abuse in the borough. The crime does not have to be reported and an incident does not have to have recently taken place to access the service.  …

Welfare Reform Team

The Welfare Reform Team works within the Benefits Service at Wandsworth Council. It supports households affected by the benefit cap to explore the options available to them. If you are affected by the benefit cap or have received notification that your housing benefit entitlement…

What to do if your child goes missing - Leaflet

This leaflet is produced by the Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Board and contains advice on what to do if your child goes missing. This leaflet is for parents and carers. The leaflet contains information on: Why do young people run away? What to do when your…

Women's Aid - Domestic Violence National Charity

Women's Aid is the national domestic violence charity that helps up to 250,000 women and children every year. The helpline and website are for anyone affected by the issues surrounding domestic violence.  Women’s Aid provides:          a 24 hour free and confidential helpline; and support and advice.   Visit the…

Worried About A Child or Young Person - Child sexual exploitation leaflet

This leaflet is produced by Wandsworth Safeguarding Children and Young People Board (WSCB). The leaflet provides useful information on where to go for help. The leaflet contains advice on what to do if you are worried about a child or young person who may be…

WSCB Child Sexual Exploitation Strategy

Challenging and eradicating child sexual exploitation requires a clear strategy and a co-ordinated multi-agency response, to be successful. The strategy is for professionals working with families in Wandsworth. Sexual exploitation can incorporate: sexual; physical; and emotional…