Merton launched its 16 days of action against violence, abuse and sexual assault campaign today (Tuesday 27 November) with the theme for this year, ‘Merton says No More’.
Support for the most vulnerable victims of domestic abuse across Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston and Merton has been given a boost this White Ribbon Day, thanks to a £483,000 government grant. […]
Merton council and the police have won an order to shut down a brothel in Mitcham. Merton Council’s Safer Merton team worked with the police to investigate complaints from residents […]
We are here to support you – report hate crime. This is the message Merton Council and Merton Police are giving to residents throughout this year’s National Hate Crime Awareness […]
Victim Support’s independent community domestic abuse service will run a drop in service during the World cup at Merton Civic Centre in Morden. The service which is a partnership between […]
An operation to disrupt the sale and supply of illegal tobacco and alcohol across the London Borough of Merton uncovered more than 1,000 cigarettes, over 5 kilos of hand-rolling tobacco […]
Every looked-after child in Merton will have a merrier Christmas thanks to hundreds of generous gift donations organised by the council and Merton Police. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Christmas Tree […]
Merton Council is continuing its longstanding support of the international campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
Merton Council won its case against two people who misused Blue Badges which were not their own, to park in restricted locations in Stanley Road and Compton Road, Wimbledon.
Merton Council has made clear its disappointment with the decision to close Wimbledon Police Station as a result of £1bn in government cuts to the Metropolitan Police. The council leader […]