Community safety

Safety in your neighbourhood and reporting concerns

The safety of everyone in our communities is our highest priority.

Report any safety issues and concerns to us, and we’ll look into things straight away. You can let us know anonymously if you wish.

Staying safe

We take all reports of anti-social behaviour extremely seriously, and will always take action where necessary to protect customers living in our neighbourhoods.

You can report anti-social behaviour to us through MySalix.

Call the emergency services on 999 if you or anyone in your neighbourhood is in immediate danger.

If it’s a non-emergency, report your concerns to the police by calling 101.

Read more information about dealing with anti-social behaviour.

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If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police. If you can’t speak and are calling on a mobile press 55 to have your call transferred to the police. Find out how to call the police when you can’t speak.

All forms of domestic abuse are unacceptable, in any situation. It may seem like a difficult step to take, but there is support available and you are not alone.

Contact a domestic abuse helpline for free, confidential advice, 24 hours a day.

Support services

For information and support about services in Salford, visit the End the Fear website.

Safe in Salford

Safe in Salford is Salford’s dedicated domestic abuse service. It provides independent advice and support for victims/survivors, support for children and young people (Harbour) who are experiencing domestic abuse and programmes for abusers willing to change their behaviour.

Safe in Salford staff are available 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday on 0161 793 3232 or on

Visit the Safe in Salford website for more details.

Men’s Advice Line

Men can also be victims of domestic abuse.

The Men’s Advice line can be contacted free on 0808 801 0327 Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm, or on

Visit the Men’s Advice Line website for more information.


The police will record any crime as a hate crime where the victim or any other person perceives it was motivated by hostility or prejudice towards their:

  • race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins
  • religion
  • gender identity
  • sexual orientation
  • disability
  • alternative sub-culture

You can report any form of hate crime anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or phone the police’s non-emergency reporting number on 101.

In an emergency ring 999.

More information and support is available on the Salford City Council website.

Find out about safety in your home, and how to let us know if you see something that could be a safety hazard.

We’re confident that all of our buildings reach the highest safety standards – however, damage or unauthorised work could put people and buildings at risk.

Tenancy fraud can include a person not using one of our properties as their main home, selling keys to the property, or allowing people to live there who aren’t entitled to.

It’s vital that the safety of our customers is not put at risk, and social housing is not abused. Our officers investigate tenancy fraud by carrying out spot-checks and tenancy audits.

If you suspect an incident of tenancy fraud, report it to us through MySalix. You can remain anonymous if you wish.

Salford Community Safety Partnership

Salford Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a group of public and private agencies each with their part to play in reducing crime and disorder in Salford.

Salix Homes supports its work to drive down crime, tackle anti-social behaviour, protect vulnerable people, build resilient communities and reduce re-offending.

Find out more about the partnership on the Salford City Council website.

Safeguarding people in our communities


Salix Homes is committed to safety in our communities. Find out what to look out for, and what to do if you are concerned about the safety of someone in our neighbourhoods.

Find out more

We take all reports of anti-social behaviour extremely seriously.

As we strive to make sure all our neighbourhoods are safe and pleasant places to live. We will always take swift legal action where possible to protect residents living in our communities.

Claire Taylor, Community Safety Manager

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