Community Wardens Scheme Community Foundation has set up a Community Wardens scheme which will seek to improve people’s quality of life and help reduce crime, by reducing fear of crime and tackling low level anti-social behaviour and environmental crime.
Building on the government’s ‘Big Society’ and the localism agenda, our Community Wardens scheme is a new innovation in community involvement and social action to keep our streets and estates cleaner, greener and safer. Community Foundation is working to offer people who are on the DWP Community Work Placement an opportunity to use their time to help improve our neighbourhoods.We will be piloting the scheme initially covering Lozells, East Handworth and Aston.
Community Wardens will be uniformed and operate Mon- Fri between 10am – 4pm. Wardens will be undertaking the following activities:
• Attend community and resident meetings
• Support older and vulnerable people in the area
• Get involved in community activities and work with young people
• Work with local residents, young people and businesses to develop a community spirit
• Community Needs Survey
• Patrol the neighbourhood on foot wearing uniform
Recording & Reporting
• Share information with relevant agencies to alert them about ASB, drug dealing, prostitution and environmental crime problems
• Report fly-tipping and vandalism to street furniture
• Report abandoned vehicles
• Report faulty street lights, missed bin collections and pot holes
• Report noise nuisance
• Undertake monthly enviro-crime audit of streets\estates to identify hotspots
• Remove graffiti
• Undertake litter picks
• Undertake speed watch campaigns
• Site visit to empty/abandoned properties to check for safety and security
• Property Marking
• Door-Door leaflet distribution
If you would like to find out more, contact the Community Warden Coordinator Hao Khy Chim, email: email@example.com
Improved safety by addressing low-level antisocial behavior and environmental crime, reducing fear of crime.
Works towards cleaner, greener, and safer streets and estates, contributing to an improved quality of life.
Provides support to older and vulnerable individuals.
Be a part of something that has a positive impact on your local area and the environment.