Drop-in surgery Heathrow Villages SNT – Harlington Co-op 16 October 5.00 pm

Dear Villagers

Local policing is carried out on a day to day basis by the Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team – Heathrow Villages SNT. Come and meet you local SNT team tonight at Harlington High Street – CO-OP stores. This stall starts at 17:00pm – 18:00pm.

Kind Regards 

 

Neighbourhood Watch update

Neighbourhood_watch.JPGPlease see information for Harmondsworth Residents, particularly residents in Hatch Lane and Zealand Close. Please ensure your neighbours, not on e-mail, are made aware and if you have any information which could be of assistance please contact your Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team. Contact details below.

 Dear Resident

Unfortunately there has been an attempted garage burglary on Hatch Lane which took place on the 7th of October 2014 between 2045 – 2055 hours. Also Zealand Avenue have had a residential burglary where entry was gained through the front door on the 3rd of October 2014 between 1730 – 2330 hours, if any one has information please pass on our number.  
 
Thanks
 
Lindsey
 
Lindsey Prior
PCSO 7160 XH
Safer Neighbourhood Team 
Heathrow Villages
Metropolitan Police Hillingdon
 
( Phone:          07917013238 / 0203761265
( Metphone:    711265
2 Fax:              02032761266
:  E-mail:          Lindsey.j.prior@met.pnn.police.uk
+ Mail:             HEATHROW POLICE Station, POLAR PARK SNT, UB7 0DG
 

Crime Statistics for Heathrow Villages

Dear All

Here is a brief summary of the crime statistics in Heathrow Villages since May 2014. Please see http://www.police.uk/metropolitan/00AS03N/ for a full detailed analysis. Overall crime has reduced from the previous month, however it is still not as low as May 2014. If you would like to discuss any policing issues on your street please don’t hesitate to contact your local Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team or your local Councillors.

  May 2014
 

June 2014
 

July 2014
 

All Crime
 

145
 

154
 

151
 

Anti-social behaviour
 

28
 

29
 

41
 

Bicycle Theft
 

1
 

0
 

2
 

Burglary
 

16
 

10
 

7
 

Criminal damage and arson
 

12
 

13
 

8
 

Drugs
 

1
 

11
 

5
 

Other Crime
 

1
 

1
 

2
 

Other Theft
 

25
 

24
 

19
 

Possesion of Weapon
 

0
 

0
 

1
 

Public Order
 

12
 

9
 

12
 

Robbery
 

11
 

2
 

1
 

Shoplifting
 

0
 

1
 

2
 

Theft from Person
 

0
 

2
 

2
 

Vehicle Crime
 

9
 

15
 

11
 

Violence and Sexual Offences
 

29
 

36
 

38
 

 

Contact information for your local Policing team

Police Station: Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhoods Team, Polar Park, Bath Road, West Drayton UB7 0DG

Mobile: 07917 013238

Email: Heathrowvillages.snt@met.police.uk

Phone: 020 8721 2557

 

Regards

Cllrs’ Money, Nelson & Khatra

Your Safer Neighbourhood Teams Priorities

Dear Residents,

The following is provided for your information, we hope it helps. Consultation with the community has identified the following three priorities in our neighbourhood. 

  1. Anti Social Behaviour – Drugs
  2. Burglary
  3. Theft from Motor Vehicles 
Heathrow Villages priorities are set by your local neighbourhood panel. The panel is made up of members of our community who meet regularly with the Police to discuss issues of concern in our area and how they will be resolved. The following gives you information about the priorities that have been set and the actions we are taking to tackle them. If you are interested in becoming a neighbourhood panel member please get in touch with us. Your Local Councillors are meeting with the local Policing team and the local neighbourhood panel, if you have any issues on your street that should be a priority for the police, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 
 
  • Burglary 
Date Set: 16th June 2014
Action Taken/ Going to be Taken: A dedicated team now visit every victim of a burglary and crime prevention provided. The Metropolitan police are currently under taking operation Bumble Bee specifically targeting burglaries. We urge that you lock doors and windows and leave a light on when leaving the house empty during hours of darkness. Also ensure that access to the rear gardens is made difficult by locking gates. UPVC / multi-point locking doors should be properly locked by pulling the handle up and using a key to securely lock it. Please ensure you check the identification of services that knock on your door to confirm their identity. Log valuable items and their serial numbers on the immobilise website on https://www.immobilise.com. Any suspicious behaviour to be reported to police. We have delivered Burglary leaflets and updated residents of any burglaries within the neighbourhood to increase awareness. Numerous police activities have been conducted and the continuation of a burglary victim task force is still being utilised. We are trying to set up Neighbourhood watches within the ward, so please contact your SNT if you would like to discuss this further. Crime prevention advice is available so please contact us or visit http://www.met.police.uk/Site/crimeprevention.
 
  • Motor Vehicle Crime
Date Set: 16th June 2014
Action Taken/ Going to be Taken: The Hotel Watch scheme helps to encourage crime reduction measures in the car parks. This is proving successful in reducing vehicle crime. Please do not leave anything of value on show in your vehicle. Satellite navigation units including the casing must be removed from within the vehicles. Modern car locks and alarms are now excellent, but unfortunately the glass in the windows is still main point of entry. Better parking schemes have been introduced within hotel car parks. There have been vehicle crimes where work tools have been targeted, please ensure these vehicles are locked securely with additional locks and alarmed. If possible, please use your drive ways to park your vehicles. Ensure police are contacted if vehicles are being towed away from drive ways and contact police regarding any suspicious activities of tow trucks. Any abandoned vehicles reported are being checked by police and DVLA notified. Any suspicious activities around parked vehicles should be reported to police.
 
  • Anti Social Behaviour (Drugs)
Date Set: 16th June 2014
Taken/ Going to be Taken: We continue to monitor reports of anti social behaviour and Drug related crime. Areas which are brought to our attention are targeted during our patrols and where appropriate stop and search powers are used and drugs warrants have been executed. Planned operations have taken place targeting taxis in and around SIPSON where numerous tickets have been issued for illegal parking. Council has been advised over several ASB issues and action has been taken against these individuals and families. The team has been proactive and numerous cannabis warnings have been issued through good use of stop and search powers. Target fly tippers in conjunction with the council and mobile CCTV. Anti social behaviour will not be tolerated.
 
  • Reduce burglary in SIPSON, and HARLINGTON
Date Set: 16th June 2014
Action Taken/ Going to be Taken: Increased high visibility patrols via Operation BUMBLE BEE. Improved reassurance to victims after a burglary and making residents in the near vicinity aware of the recent burglary. Offer of crime prevention advice to residents if they require advice. Crime prevention stalls during next two months in burglary hotspots.
 
Regards
 
Cllrs’ Money, Nelson & Khatra
 
Your Local Labour Councillors