This template has been designed as a simple tool to use to identify fire risk and can be used by anyone that provides or is in receipt of care. It can also be used by Local Authorities and Registered Social Landlords when looking to identify risk and put in control measures.
From whitegoods to faulty chargers, electrical items have been identified as a fire risk in the home. Please look at this site to see how to be fire and electricity smart.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse, or know someone who is, help is available.
Transform is a partnership led by Cranstoun bringing together local organisations, each with unique skills and experience in domestic abuse, allowing us to deliver the best support possible for the Sutton community.
Elder Abuse works towards increasing the ability of people to recognise, identify and take action against elder abuse.
DeafHope's mission is to end domestic and sexual violence in Deaf communities through empowerment, education and services.
Galop is an LGBT+ anti-violence charity.
Sutton Women's Centre has provided local women with a safe space where they can access information, support, advice and education.
This is a 24-hour service and also contactable by calling 0808 2000 247
The Sutton Homechoices website has a detailed catalogue of Advice and Support Options.
SPEAR was commissioned by the Department for Communities and Local Government to coordinate a rough sleeper outreach team working across Richmond, Merton, Sutton, Kingston and Wandsworth.
When the temperature drops to 0° or below in any part of any London Borough, SWEP (Severe Weather Emergency Protocol) is activated.
St Mungo's helps their clients move on from the problems that caused their homelessness and continues to work with them to rebuild their lives.
Hate Crime is any crime or incident where the victim, or any other person, believes it was carried out because of the victim's identity is a Hate Crime or incident.
Stop Hate UK works to challenge all forms of Hate Crime and discrimination, based on any aspect of an individual's identity.
Sutton's first Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan was developed in 2018. The recently released 2016-18 suicide rates show that Sutton's suicide rate is 7.7 per 100,000. This equates to approximately 15 people each year.
This booklet has been adopted by over 20 constabularies and agencies nationally, to help spread fraud prevention advice to the public.