You'll find lots of useful information in our help hub, including how to report, useful links and documents.
Topics include: anti-social behaviour, bullying, community cohesion, domestic abuse, forced marriage /honour based abuse, hate crime, mental health, modern slavery and human trafficking, online safety and more.
Safe places are locations in the community that anyone can go to if you need help when you’re out and about. There are many different safe places including leisure centres, cafes, charity shops and cinemas to name a few.
StreetSafe is a pilot service for anyone to anonymously tell us about public places where you have felt or feel unsafe because of environmental issues, eg street lighting, vandalism etc.
Please note it's not for reporting crimes or incidents.
A telephone number is available for members of the public to call to report unauthorised encampments on land owned by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council.
The 24-hour telephone number with answerphone facility is: 0300 555 2345
Since its formation in 1998, safe & sound has tackled a number of issues through campaign work.
This work has helped raise awareness of a number or issues and most importantly encouraged reporting of issues such as domestic abuse. Visit our campaign page to view some of the partnership’s more recent campaigns.
safe & sound is a partnership made up of public sector and voluntary organisations covering Dudley borough.
By actively working together it aims to address community concerns around crime, disorder, Anti-Social Behavior and substance misuse.