We are still conducting high visibility patrols on the ward, as well as handing our crime prevention and security advice. Please make sure windows and doors are locked when leaving your homes.
Anti-social behaviour by Youths
We are still experiencing a problem with youths on the ward in certain areas. We are still monitoring this. We have increased our high visibility patrols and also given residents our contact details to update us with further information.
Volunteer Police Cadets
If you have children aged 14-18 years who would be interested in joining the Volunteer Police Cadets, please contact;
Alex Adams PC 320ZD (Youth Engagement Officer)
020 8649 0158
020 8649 0183
There is also a junior program that is aimed at 10-13 years old, if you would like to enrol your child, please contact the coordinator above
Addiscombe Safer Neighbourhood Team joined forces with CHASE residents association and held a community afternoon at the Tram Stop Café, it was a very successful day and we managed to meet a lot of the lovely local residents and gave out leaflets and security advice.
Addiscombe Safer Neighbourhood Team have now linked up with Woodside Safer Neighbourhood Team. This means that Sergeant Purnell will oversee both teams and we have now got the resources to use the officers from the Woodside team in assisting us with our problems and vice versa.
New Metropolitan Police webpage https://beta.met.police.uk/
This is an easier way for members of the public to self-report crimes, find their local safer neighbourhood teams and also to see the crime trends on your wards. But also it now gives you the opportunity to tell us what is going on. It is a lot more user friendly and easier to work your way around and find out all the security advice, who is in your local policing team and local events etc.
22nd April -1-2pm Fisher Close – Street briefing
27th April – 730-930pm Town Hall – Ward panel
Please call your local police team or the non emergency number 101 unless in an emergency then call 999.
Dedicated Ward Officers
PC Mike Kendall and PCSO Angela Chalmers