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Recent police activity in Harrow

Harrow police recently engaged with residents across multiple wards to address local concerns and improve safety.

This roundup covers key activities in Rayners Lane, Pinner, Belmont, North Harrow, and Stanmore, showcasing their efforts to support and connect with the community.

Rayners Lane – Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) Truptesh Joshi and Ntouravakou conducted a street briefing on Worple Way. During this session, they provided crime prevention advice to local residents and encouraged them to join the Online Watch Link (OWL) for enhanced two-way communication. The officers also discussed various local issues affecting the community.


Pinner – A local officer made a visit to a vulnerable ninety-year-old resident to ensure his well-being and that of his cat, Mickey. This visit was prompted by reports of a woman allegedly taking financial advantage of the resident after befriending him at a coffee morning.

Belmont – The Belmont Ward team held a meeting at Belmont Community Hall to address community concerns, educate residents on safety measures, and introduce themselves to locals. The event saw a good turnout and encouraged direct interaction between residents and police officers.

North Harrow – The North Harrow Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) collaborated with various teams to tackle street drinking issues on Cambridge Road, which were linked to a local convenience store. Noise and nuisance complaints led to a multi-agency effort, resulting in visits to the store and a subsequent review of its license.

Stanmore – The Centenary SNT, along with officers from Edgware and Kenton West, visited Culver Grove Church. They engaged with the community during their weekly coffee morning, addressing concerns and working to build trust within the elderly population.

Headstone – Officers from Headstone South responded to a call about juveniles interfering with garage doors and carrying weapons, which turned out to be false. The juveniles were searched, no weapons were found, and an ASB warning was issued for their behaviour. Tools found in the area were disposed of.

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