Women working and living in London can Walk & Talk with officers to share their thoughts on safety and how to bring about positive change.
How the scheme works
Walk & Talks are open to women aged 18 and above, living or working in London, who would like to go for a walk with an officer in their local area and discuss their views on women’s safety.
Those who take part in a Walk & Talk can share their views and experiences with officers as they walk through any areas they may feel vulnerable in. Patrols can take place at any time, including those where there is less footfall, traffic and light so officers can get a real sense of what their thoughts are.
The aim of Walk & Talks is to start a conversation between members of the public and officers so we can listen and respond to concerns.
How to apply
You can register to join Walk & Talks across London via the links below. Choose your borough from the list to register: