IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY
Where there is an immediate danger to persons and/or property always call 999 without delay and ask for the police.
Be as precise as you can about your location and remain there until officers arrive.
Brockwell Gate has a Neighbourhood Watch scheme that works closely with the Tulse Hill Safer Neighbourhoods Team.
The Tulse Hill Safer Neighbourhoods team is comprised of Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) who are dedicated to making our neighbourhood a safer place to live in, work in and visit.
The Team will listen and talk to you, and find out what affects your daily life and feelings of security. Priorities are then set by the local community and the Team will work with you and other agencies to find a lasting solution.
You can contact the Tulse Hill Safer Neighbourhoods team by e-mail or phone or attend the regular drop-in surgeries the team hold:
Noisy neighbours, dog and non-999 issues
Is there a party down the street keeping you awake at night? Or are noisy neighbours making your life a misery? Lambeth Noise Control service can assist.
Lambeth Noise Control service's website:
The Lambeth Noise Control service investigates complaints about:
Lambeth Noise Control also provide a rapid response night service that currently operates during the following hours:
To contact the rapid response night service, please telephone the following number:
Anti social behavour should also be raised as soon as possible with the Lambeth Anti-Social Behaviour line on 020 7926 4000
Please ensure you report any anti-social behaviour issues Lambeth Anti-Social Behaviour line, as these reports build a picture and can prove valuable when it comes to investigating any issues.