The Crime Prevention Website

We’ve just reciprocally linked with the website of Wembley Crime Prevention, which is a registered charity that supports initiatives and projects to help prevent crime within their community. They are currently delivering a number of excellent projects, which are briefly described below: 

Wembley Youth Open Boxing Club

In conjunction with Brent Youth and Connexions Service, they are currently running Wembley Youth Open Boxing Club at the Wembley Youth Centre, London Road. The sessions are offered twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays between 6 & 8 pm. Instruction is from both qualified male and female coaches.

Female Only Boxing

Instruction is with a qualified female coach and the sessions take place on Saturdays between 10.00 am & 12 noon at the same venue.

Gangs, Gun and Knife Crime

The charity’s principal partnership organisation U.N.I.T.Y. is working hard alongside them to create better awareness within schools, colleges, universities and their community and across London to address the key concerns about why young people decide to get involved in gangs and carry or use offensive weapons.

Safer Gardens Project

In recognition of the importance of secure garden perimeters to prevent theft from the garden and burglary their staff is able to carry out maintenance of fences and hedges to address this potential problem. They carry out this work at cost for victims of burglary or attempted burglary, the elderly and vulnerable who would not otherwise be able to carry out the work and disabled people requiring assistance.

Future Projects

The Team are also planning future projects which include a ‘Line of Destiny Music Workshop’ for people to learn about the music industry and its production and to train in performing arts and live performance and song and a Community Social Club to  encourage engagement between the young and the elderly.

All of this work requires funding and like all charities they always rely on the kindness and generosity of the public.  There are a number of ways you can support these very worthwhile projects and you can find out more by visiting their website (Link below) or by calling them on 07774 205 911 or emailing at  

Wembley Crime Prevention

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