Reframe the Night
Reframe the Night
The City Corporation’s Reframe the Night campaign is holding its next event on Friday 24 February and it has a traffic theme.
The City of London Corporation has received funding from the Home Office’s Safer Streets Fund to launch a joint campaign with the City of London Police as part of the City of London’s response to violence against women and girls.
Friday 24 February from 6pm - Midnight
City of London Police officers will be providing safety information in front of the Royal Exchange (Bank junction) under the statue of the Duke of Wellington.
Reframe the Night is a partnership approach to facilitate the night-time economy (NTE) by working with partners to provide a reassuring high visibility presence, with the goal of making people feel safe in the City of London. This is in line with the Safer Streets campaign to ‘reframe the night’
The Operation encompasses the City of London Police Licensing team, Corporation Licensing team, Environmental Health, Sector Policing, victim advocates, London Fire Brigade, Street Pastors, Special Constables, Network Rail, Samaritans, British Transport Police and others.
Reframe the Night is aimed at bystanders, aiming to start conversations, particularly amongst men and boys to stand up and challenge these behaviours when they see them and ‘make these attitudes a thing of the past’.
You can read about previous Reframe the Night events here Op reframe results.pdf (cityoflondon.gov.uk)
The City Corporation’s webpage on this campaign is here Reframe the Night - City of London
If you would like to report any concerns around your safety within the City of London please visit StreetSafe.
For more information about support services available within the City of London, please visit the Keeping safe in the City web page.
If you need to report a crime, please dial 999 in an emergency and 101 for a non-emergency, or visit Report a crime.