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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 Domestic Violence One Stop Shop - Coronavirus

This service is closed until further notice, however you can contact a support worker on 020 7801 1777 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. ******************************************************************************** This service provides a drop in meeting place for those experiencing domestic violence and abuse in the borough. This service provides…

Wandsworth Housing Options Team

Provides housing advice and assistance to homeless people, residents in social and private housing; and landlords in the private sector.This service is for people aged 16 year and over.This service accommodates the needs of homeless households, providing:

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.  …

Wandsworth Women's Aid (Hestia Housing and Support)

Wandsworth Women's Aid (Hestia) is a charity-based project providing advice, support and information to women to enable them to start new lives and to make independent decisions about their future.The project supports women and children of all ages experiencing domestic violence.The…

Wandsworth Women's Space

Wandsworth Women's Space offers a safe space to women who are currently or have been affected by violence. The sessions are for women affected by violence. This could be domestic abuse, rape, sexual assault or prostitution. Women attending…

What is Safeguarding? (Children 0 to 17)

It is everyone's responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.  You should always report your concerns, even if the person you suspect to be abusing or neglecting a child or young person is someone you know well.

What is Safeguarding? Adults (18+)

It is everyone's responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of vulnerable people.  You should always report your concerns, even if the person you suspect to be abusing or neglecting a vulnerable person is someone you know well. If…

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 and Girls Network (WGN)

Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a pan-London women-only, feminist organisation that supports women and girls affected by all forms of gendered violence.  WGN’s Freephone Advice Line provides immediate, free and confidential information, advice and support. This organisation is for women and girls who have…