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Subject tag: Crime and Policing

Some tips to reduce your chances of a Christmas burglary

The risk of burglary doesn't end after the presents have been opened. The number of break-ins usually increases after Christmas, reaching its peak in the run up to New Year's Eve and into January.

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12 December 2018

Public meeting on crime in the borough

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The second in a series of public meetings on crime will be held in Edmonton on 8 December and will be followed by a community weapons sweep.

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04 December 2018

Winchmore Hill ward forum minutes published

The draft minutes of the Winchmore Hill ward forum held on 2nd November are now on the council website.

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04 December 2018

Submit a report to the Metropolitan Police

How to use the Metropolitan Police's online Report tool

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12 November 2018

Council announces positive measures to reduce youth crime

Enfield Council has unveiled a £100,000 package of measures designed to tackle a big increase in the level of youth violence in the borough in recent months. Planned activities will include football, boxing, horticulture and cookery sessions but will also give youth workers an increased opportunity to do more work with young people to reinforce positive messages and behaviour.

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17 July 2018

The Little Book of Big Scams

The Metropolitan Police have published a new edition of the Little Book of Big Scams.

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30 May 2018

Undone by his underpants: Armed Morrisons robber jailed

Jason Paul Keogh of Enfield has been jailed for an armed robbery committed outside Morrisons in Palmers Green

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17 May 2018

Police warn against dangerous "Gumtree" robbers

Enfield police are warning about the dangers of meeting online sellers/buyers in person

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16 May 2018

Stabbing in Broomfield Park

Very little information has been released about the stabbing in Broomfield Park on Monday afternoon

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08 May 2018

Fake police officer scam warning

There have been two reports recently that have involved very elderly victims being called by people stating they are police officers and that they have been a victim of fraud.

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29 April 2018

Police warning about bogus roofers

Palmers Green Police are warning householder that bogus roofers are in the locality

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08 April 2018

More mindless destruction in the park

There have been further acts of vandalism and arson in Broomfield Park, culminating in the destruction of a "bug hotel" that had been created by children.

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14 February 2018

Notes from Palmers Green Ward Forum

Bullet points from some of the discussions at the Palmers Green Ward Forum held on 8th February 2018

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11 February 2018

Weapons sweep finds knife hidden in park

Winchmore Hill Police (@MPSWinchmoreH) reported earlier today on Twitter that they had conducted a weapons sweep this morning in Tatum Park, where they "found this knife conveniently hidden away in the bushes".

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31 January 2018

Park volunteers dismayed by spate of vandalism

The Friends of Broomfield Park have expressed dismay and anger about a recent spate of vandalism in which some of the park amenities that they have been contributing to have been damaged.

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24 January 2018

Telephone scam targeting older people

Winchmore Hill police have issued the following warning via Twitter: @MPSWinchmoreH Tell everyone about a scam phone call targetting the elderly asking them to ring a number ending in 361877. Says 'You've been named in a criminal prosecution and your home is under police surveillance....' DO NOT DIAL THAT NUMBER! It is a SCAM! Pass the message on please.

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03 December 2017

Clampdown on A10 speeding and other forms of anti-social behaviour

Measures to tackle speeding on the A10 and other types of anti-social behaviour are to be introduced by Enfield Council and the police.

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14 November 2017

Public meeting to discuss future of public access to and engagement with the Police

A meeting on 20th September will discuss the Mayor of London's consultation on changes to the way that the public can access and engage with the police.

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13 September 2017

Council proposing borough-wide Public Spaces Protection Order to tackle anti-social behaviour

In an attempt to reduce certain forms of "anti-social behaviour" Enfield Council is proposing to introduce a borough-wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO). The proposed PSPO would prohibit a wide range of activities or behaviour considered to be "unacceptable". A public consultation is under way until 18 September 2017.

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31 August 2017

Misleading Missed Delivery cards posted through letterboxes

Residents are being warned about something for you cards arriving through letterboxes designed to look like they have come from Royal Mail.

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09 August 2017