Our Street Team

Building on the legacy of our former Section-92 additional policing scheme, in August 2021 we introduced our new Street Team initiative as part of our efforts to increase safety and reduce crime in the area.

They engage on daily basis with you, our business members, assisting in crime prevention against property, shop-lifting and reporting anti-social behaviour. They also act as ambassadors for Brixton, meeting and assisting consumers, visitors, employees and residents. They work in shift patterns cover busier times.

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Women’s Night Safety Charter

We are signatories of the Mayor’s Women’s Night Safety Charter (WNSC), created to make London a city where all women feel confident and welcome night and day. Gianluca Rizzo, our Managing Director is also a member of the WNSC Steering Group. The charter is part of the Mayor’s Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy and London’s commitment to the UN Women Safe Cities and Safe Public Spaces global initiative.

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Dare To Share

Responding to businesses concerns over crime and anti-social behaviour in Brixton, we started our Dare to Share series. This series includes business crime conferences, meeting with the police as well as lobbying.

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Safer Business Network

Working with businesses, LB Lambeth and the Metropolitan Police, Safer Business Network works to make Lambeth a safer place. If you are a member of Safer Business Network, please report all business crime related issues to the BCRP team. They can be contacted through the Alert! app, via the BCRP radio or via email.

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Street Pastors

Brixton BID is supporting Lambeth Street Pastors to deliver weekly patrols in the Brixton town centre. Lambeth Street Pastors visit and engage with local businesses, and work with vulnerable patrons in Brixton to ensure their safety by handing out water, slippers, and finding transport if suspected to be unsafe.


Supporting campaigns relevant to Evening and Night-Time Economy, and beyond to ensure that Brixton remains an enjoyable place for businesses, residents, and visitors. We are committed to protecting Brixton’s heritage as a safe place to go out filled with live music and culture. We aim to promote all venues with campaigns such as ‘Agent of Change’, #RaiseTheBar, ‘Ask for Angela’ and Welfare and Vulnerability Engagement (WAVE) Training.

Relevant News

Interview on London Nightlife with Jacqueline Sheperd


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Did you catch our Managing Director Gianluca Rizzo on London Nightlife with Jacqueline Sheperd this week? The BBC Radio London…

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Brixton Evening and Night-Time Economy Feature on BBC London


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The BBC London team returned to Brixton to interview some of our night-time venues including the Hootananny, The Courtesan and…

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The Brixton Academy Reopens


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This month, Brixton’s O2 Academy reopens, with a number of test events. Since its closure in December 2022, we have…

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Brixton BID talks to BBC London about community safety


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Our Managing Director, Gianluca Rizzo and Co-Chair of our Board, Elly Foster spoke to BBC London about neighbourhood policing and…

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What to do if you Come into Contact with Acid


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Due to recent acid related incidents in Brixton, this is to inform you of the suitable procedure to carry out,…

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Call to Cut VAT to 12.5%


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We are joining the Night Time Industries Association in campaigning for an urgent VAT cut to 12.5% in the Spring…

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