First of all, and apologies for not telling you sooner, but I would like to welcome Sgt Jamie Maskell, who took over from Sgt Tom Haji-Savva on 01/04/2019. Sgt Haji-Savva has moved to Sutton Police Station, to work in the Events and Planning Department, we wish him well, and I’d like to say a massive thankyou for all your help and support.
Sgt Maskell comes to us on promotion from Camden, where he has had experience of SNT and response teams. He is, like Sgt Haji-Savva before him, an asset to the team, and a competent leader, who is willing and able to help out/muck in when needed.
Secondly As a result of this ongoing protest Police Officers are for the next week on a minimum of 12 hour shifts. Tom had an arrest at the Extinction Rebellion (Climate Change) protest in London for Obstructing the Highway, in Parliament Square, during a 21 hour shift, he then had only 2 hours sleep, before doing a 15 hour shift.
This week we’re here:
Monday Bank Holiday
Tuesday 1100-0200 hours
Wednesday 1000-0200 hours
Saturday 0700-1900 hours
Sunday 0700-1600 hours
|Burglary – Suspect has entered the victim’s garage, without damaging the lock, entered the car, and rifled through and stole £30 from the centre console and glove box.||Grimwade Avenue||13/04/2019-14/04/2019||1900-0800|
|Robbery – The suspect aged approximately 18 years, asked the victim aged approximately 15 years if he smoked weed, when he replied “No”, the suspect asked to listen to his earphones (ear pods). The victim said “No”, the suspect then demanded the ear pods. The victim handed over the ear pods. Suspect then put his number in the phone. He is believed to have called the victim later, but the victim didn’t reply.||Sandilands Tram stop||15/04/2019||1745|
Hope to see you when we are out and about. We hope you have a good week.
Oliver White PCSO 7248ZD
Park Hill & Whitgift SNT
3rd Floor, Croydon Police Station, 71 Park Lane, Croydon CR9 1BP
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