Youth Safety

Newham Council is committed to ensuring that everyone in the borough feels safe to walk our streets and enjoy all that Newham has to offer. Our young people are vital to us, to the future of the borough, and we must ensure they have a sense of worth, of their contribution to our society and communities and assure them that we are providing support and encouragement to them for their futures.

Newham’s approach to Youth Safety

Find out more information about Newham’s Whole Systems Approach to Youth Safety

A whole systems approach to youth safety

Officers across our Children’s, Youth Empowerment Service (YES) and Community Safety teams are strengthening our response to critical incidents in partnership with the Police to ensure families and communities receive the targeted support they need.

Newham Safeguarding Children Partnership

Safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility and the purpose of these web pages is to encourage the widest possible participation in the work of Newham Safeguarding Children Partnership.

To view more information please visit: Newham Safeguarding Children Partnership Homepage

Advice and Support

Youth Safety


  1. Youth Safety
  2. Neighbourhood Panels
  3. Community Assemblies
  4. Early Help: Support for Families
  5. Youth Empowerment Service
  6. Youth Empowerment Fund
  7. The Mayor of Newham's Youth Safety Board
  8. Brighter Futures: A Foundation for Change
  9. Youth Safety Interventions
  10. You are here:Further Information

Further Information

Early Help: Support for Families

Families in need of advice and critical support can find out more about our direct service offers on our Early Help and Strengthening Families Offer page.


Child Line offer a range of support services online, over the phone – and at ANY time
Find out more here:
Tel: 0800 1111

FEARLESS anonymous crime reporting:

Fearless is a service that allows you to pass on information about crime 100% anonymously, meaning there is no need for you to share ANY personal details.

Find out more here:


Gangs Line provide support to young men and women involved in gang culture and with exiting this lifestyle.

Find out more here:

HESTIA support services:

Hestia support adults and children in times of crisis, and this includes victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people.

Find out more here:
Tel: 0808 196 1482

Downloadable PDF versions of the Youth Safety Leaflets

Related Information

Last updated: 23/11/2023

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