Welcome to the world of Safer School Partnerships, a specialist and complex area of partnership working between schools and the police in the UK.

How can the police listen to young people?

Gaining a better understanding of the current issues for young people

The hidden activities of a Safer Schools Officer

What do London's Safer Schools Officers do? Analysis of activity in 2023

Building relationships in Redbridge

A thank you from a Lead pastoral Tutor

Youths carrying weapons in Westminster

What can happen on after school patrols?

VAWG presentation in Waltham Forest

A thank you from a Deputy Head Teacher

Families in conflict in Bexley

Using a restorative approach to resolve conflict

Online racist comments

Sometimes work of Safer School Partnerships stretches across England

Three years of benefits in Barnet

Accusations, regular presence, building trust and contribution to safeguarding

A restorative approach in Brent

Community resolution and restorative meeting

Misuse of the internet in Brent

An integral part of the school community

21-22 MOPAC Youth Voice ‘We Are London’ Survey results

Capturing the voices of over 11,800 11-16 year olds growing up in London

Misuse of the internet in Brent

Support with assemblies and investigations

Improving safety in Havering

Ensuring the school community is safe and supported

Diversion of a disruptive pupil in Kingston

Appealing to a young persons interests

Importance of the police Sergeant in Barnet

On hand for advice and guidance

'Muggings' in Barnet

Providing support for the school community

Sexting in Croydon

Video posted on Snap Chat

Assault in Hackney

A student punching another on the bus

A high risk student in Brent

Grooming, anti-social behaviour and drug dealing

Lack of communication in Croydon

Simple way to improve relationship

Sexual touching in Harrow

Anxious and hesitant for parent to know, or for police involvement

Anti-social behaviours in Harrow

Homophobic comments and racist bullying slurs

Sharing information in Westminster

Inappropriate messages

Exploitation in Barking and Dagenham

Adult learner encouraging younger SEN learners to put themselves in risky situations

Online bullying in Redbridge

A joint investigation