“Hammersmith & Fulham Labour councillors have taken a ruthlessly efficient approach and cut a record £122m in wasteful council spending and we’ve won £683m from property developers. That has allowed us to invest in new services and to keep council tax and charges low.”

Cllr Stephen Cowan, Leader of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

CCTV, Gangs Unit and 72 officers keep streets safer for residents

Labour-led Hammersmith & Fulham Council is to spend £5 million on CCTV in a move to protect women and help cut down on streets attacks. 

The council has also invested £4.6 million in keeping council officers on its streets. A team of 72 law enforcement officers has been set up to conduct weapon searches and help residents feel safer. H&F has spent a further £1 million on a specialised Gangs Unit to help protect children and young people.
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