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Subject tag: Crime and Policing

04 September 2019

The police are warning the public not to use the ATM outside Barclays Bank in Station Road, Winchmore Hill.

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04 September 2019

The Police have renewed their appeal for witnesses to an incident on 13th August, when an elderly woman was discovered with serious injuries near the footbridge across the A406 near Ulster Gardens.

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02 September 2019

An officer from Enfield Council will be at the Palmers Green ward forum on Wednesday 4th September to provide an update on the Quieter Neighbourhoods programme and traffic and parking problems.

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28 August 2019

Police are seeking witnesses to an assault on a pregnant woman on a 329 bus on Tuesday 27th August.

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23 August 2019

There will be a joint crime forum with Bowes and Southgate Green wards to discuss residents' increasing concerns regarding rising crime in the area. The event will be held at Trinity-at-Bowes Community Centre at 7.30pm on 3rd September.

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19 August 2019

Winchmore Hill Police have reported that for the second time in seven days an elderly man has been tricked into thinking he was about to receive a parking fine at Lodge Drive car park. The victim was robbed of several thousand pounds.

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16 August 2019

Police are warning elderly people in particular to be aware of a bank card scam being perpetrated in Lodge Drive car park.

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30 July 2019

Winchmore Hill police have tweeted a warning about two-person teams robbing people on buses.

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07 July 2019

Detectives continue to investigate after a woman and her children were attacked at a residential address in Palmers Green.

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19 June 2019

A warning from the police about robberies of older people who have withdrawn money from cashpoints or are victims of distraction robberies in Sainsbury's car park.

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18 June 2019

On 3 June the City of London Police issued an alert warning the public about courier fraud, bogus police and bank officials.

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27 May 2019

Following a stabbing in Palmers Green on Saturday night the Police have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder.

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25 April 2019

An open letter to the Metropolitan Police and to Transport for London from Better Streets for London, pointing out that people living within hearing distance of the A10 have completely lost patience with both bodies because of their failure to take effective measures against 'boy racers' who are making their weekends stressful and endangering innocent road users.

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03 April 2019

Winchmore Hill Police have used Twitter to report a distraction technique used to rob shoppers at Sainsbury's in Winchmore Hill.

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12 March 2019

The police safer neighbourhoods team have reported robberies of phones from children after school in Green Lanes and Aldermans Hill.

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16 February 2019

Palmers Green police have issued warnings about robberies around cashpoints and bank branches.

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06 February 2019

MPS Enfield have had a report of a female knocking at an elderly person's door claiming to be a healthcare professional

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04 February 2019

A meeting on 18th February in Winchmore Hill will inform people about modern slavery - what modern slavery is and how to spot the signs on our doorstep, as well as what to do about it.

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12 December 2018

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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04 December 2018

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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