Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Police news



Coulsdon West Safer Neighbourhood Team
The team - PS Williams 57ZD PC SIMMS 443ZD PC Righton 442ZD
Local Borough Priorities
The priorities for Croydon are all mandatory high-harm crimes: sexual violence, domestic abuse,
child sexual exploitation, weapon-based crime and hate crime, along with antisocial behaviour,
burglary and non domestic violence with injury.
The MOPAC document can be found at
https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/pcp_local_borough_priorities_2017-18.pdf
General Crime Overview
This newsletter looks back at incidents, events and news for February.
Crime statistics for the whole of the Met Police area can be found via this link:
https://maps.met.police.uk/stats-and-data/crime-data-dashboard/
The data for February will not be available immediately. You can find statistics for the ward by
clicking on the map around Croydon and then selecting the SNT option from the bubble help.
There were 58 reported crimes for the ward during February. Of that total count we had one theft of
motor vehicle, 7 theft from motor vehicle and 5 criminal damage to motor vehicle. There have been
4 residential burglaries and 2 attempted burglaries.
Police Surgeries are going to be held at the Coulsdon Methodist Church, Brighton Road,
Coulsdon every Friday between 1pm-2pm. These are an opportunity for you to consult with a
police officer regarding local policing issues.
Please contact us via e-mail if you would like to receive communications or a visit from the team.
We hope that schools, colleges or residents associations will ask us to attend any events or talk on
one of several topics.
Croydon Police Newsletter February 2018
Email - CoulsdonWest.SNT@met.police.uk
Website - https://met.police.uk/your-area/croydon/coulsdonwest/
Twitter -@MPScoulsdonWest
Facebook - Coulsdon West Police
Telephone - In an emergency please call 999 or if the matter is
non-urgent but requires a police response please dial 101.
Team News
The team investigated a theft from WOODCOTE HIGH SCHOOL, where hundreds of pounds worth
of hoodies were stolen. The team interviewed the suspect and recovered the property in time for
the students’ school trip.
- The team recovered a stolen motorbike from the service road behind WESTLEIGH AVENUE and
reunited it with its owner.
-A drugs warrant was conducted, where a large quantity of cannabis was recovered, this
investigation is ongoing and the male was arrested for possession of drugs, driving without a
license, no insurance and possession of a fraudulent document.
- Working together with Coulsdon East, Kenley, Purley to work longer and later shifts to tackle the
burglaries/theft from motor vehicle crime.
-Interviewed a suspect on behalf of Staffordshire police for involvement in motor vehicle
interference.
- General patrolling and answering calls on our ward to help keep our residents safe.
-Traffic operation conducted on various roads across the ward to tackle speeding/careless driving.
Crime Prevention Advice - Moped Enabled Crime
Be aware of your surroundings at all times and keep your personal property secure. Don't text while
you're walking you won't notice potential thieves approaching.
Use the security features on your phone.
Try going hands free or stand away from the roadside close to a wall so no one can come up
behind you.
Your phone comes with a range of security features, such as keypad locks and remote data wiping.
Make sure they are all activated to stop thieves from accessing your phone and personal data.
Know how to identify your phone if it's stolen. Find your IMEI number by dialling *#06# from your
phone and keep a written note of it. If the phone is stolen, report it to the police and your mobile
provider to stop it being used.
Register your phone on www.immobilise.com to help police return recovered stolen property and
combat the sale of stolen goods. Police recover more than 2500 items registered to the website on
average every month. Never confront a thief or risk your own safety for the sake of your mobile
device
Help police tackle moped theft and moped related crime such as theft snatch by reporting to police
if you have witnessed or have footage of a bike being stolen or thieves carrying out a snatch theft.
Your information will be treated in confidence and will help us to develop intelligence and target the
thieves. Please contact us with: Video footage, Photos, Details of time, date and location if you
have any other information about moped crime
Reporting a crime in London can be done via the Met Police website using a mobile phone, tablet,
laptop or computer when and where it is convenient for you. Simply click “report a crime” on the
Met website to begin the process (https://www.met.police.uk/report/how-to-report-a-crime/) and
follow the online steps, receiving a reference number at the end.

Coulsdon West Safer Neighbourhood Team

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