Dear all, could I please make you aware of the increase we are experiencing in vehicle crime. Namely theft of number plates. Could I please advise you to consider purchasing anti theft screws for number plates. These can be purchased from Halfords or Amazon and retail for about £6. This would be a worthwhile investment.
Could I also highlight that many criminals use vehicle advertising sites to target victims and clone vehicle registration plates. If you or anyone you know is selling their vehicle and advertising it on Gum tree or Auto trader, could I please advise you to obscure your registration from the advertisement, this will prevent criminals from using that number plate.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate in contacting the Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team on 02087212557 or HeathrowVillages.firstname.lastname@example.org
PC 600 Dal Bassi
Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email – HeathrowVillages.email@example.com
Tel – 020 8721 2557
“In the last week we have seen three violent incidents occur in the borough of Hillingdon which have resulted in two deaths.
All three incidents are currently under extensive investigation by specialists teams, who are working tirelessly to bring those who are involved to justice.
I must stress that all three crimes are isolated.
A murder investigation was launched on Friday 30 January, following the death of Emily Munemo at her home in Collingwood Road. Detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime command have arrested and charged a man on suspicion of her murder. He currently remains in custody and will be brought before the courts imminently.
On the morning of Monday 2 February, officers were deployed to Ruislip where a man had committed three separate unprovoked attacks against two women and a man. Within minutes of receiving the initial 999 call, officers attended the scene and arrested the man who currently remains in custody awaiting mental health assessments. Fortunately, all those injured avoided serious injury and have since received the appropriate medical attention. They will also continue to receive support from my team as this investigation progresses.
On Tuesday 3 February, a second murder investigation was launched following the fatal shooting of Redwan El-Ghaidouni outside his home in Vine Lane. Detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime command continue to work on this fast moving investigation to identify the perpetrator(s) in this rare and shocking crime, which is believed to have been a targeted act and in no way random.
Clearly no form of violence has any place in Hillingdon. We will not rest until we make every effort to make this borough the most hostile environment for anyone intent on committing any level of violence.
At present police officers are conducting continued high visibility patrols across the borough of Hillingdon to provide reassurance and a visible presence in support of the community. Crucially we are listening to, and acting on any concerns which may come to light.
We are in continual liaison with our partners and community members to establish any opportunities to strengthen our long-term commitment to tackling serious violence.
Protecting our community remains our top priority and we will not rest until we deliver highest level of policing in our borough.
As ever, we continue to encourage those who live and work in Hillingdon to speak to our policing teams. Your voice could ultimately become a powerful tool in the prevention and detection of crime.
If you would like to speak to us about an issue or concern, or have any information regarding this week’s incidents, please contact police by dialling 101, or your local policing team via MPSHillingdon Twitter.
All 23 teams can be found via www.Met.police.uk
Detective Chief Superintendent Nick Downing
Hillingdon Borough Commander
Just wanted to inform you there have been some burglaries in Sipson in recent days, I do not have any more details at the moment but will update you when I hear more from our local police.
They are advising we tell our neighbours to lock all doors and windows when we leave the house, leave a light on etc and to be vigilant of any unusual behaviour by individuals.
A Concerned Resident
An update from the Safer Neighbourhood Team:
Just to let you know there was a burglary on the 3rd of November
2014 between 800 – 1645 hours on Holloway Lane. If you could let
neighbours know to keep everything locked and keep an eye out for any
suspicious people in the village.
PCSO 7160 XH
Safer Neighbourhood Team
Metropolitan Police Hillingdon
Phone: 07917013238 /
0203761265 / 02087212557
HEATHROW POLICE Station, POLAR PARK SNT, UB7 0DG