Neighbourhood police bulletin and other police/crime news

September Neighbourhood Watch update

The September update from Neighbourhood Watch includes information on police activity around Croydon, warnings on sending Malicious Communications (and what to do is you receive one), and examples of Neighbourhood Watch in action. Use the link above to read the full update.... Read more

Neighbourhood Police Bulletin 12 September 2020

Attached is the latest newsletter from our Neighbourhood Police Team.... Read more

Catalytic converter theft - a letter from the Met

A message from the Metropolitan Police ZD - Croydon Borough ZT – Sutton Borough PY – Bromley Borough           Croydon Police Station 71 Park Lane Croydon CR9 1BP 0208 649 0195 S... Read more

Neighbourhood Watch August Update

The latest Neighbourhood Watch update includes the Police Report, Croydon Fraud and Cyber Crime Summary, an article on Neighbourhood Watch in Action and information on Ward Panels.... Read more

Monthly Newsletter from Sergeant Jamie Maskell

Strap in for another edition of my Newsletter. I am sure you have all been on the edge of your seats in anticipation. It has been another busy month for my team and I (I can’t remember the last quiet one). I will share some of the things we have been up to. Operation Midesome. This has been my... Read more

Update from Inspector Stephen Warnes

A slightly larger update this time due to abstractions and workload. Burglary conviction - Earlier in the year we focused on a prolific burglar who was targeting the elderly and vulnerable. My teams dealt with many of the victims and they arrested the suspect. The investigation was continued by C... Read more

Neighbourhood police bulletin

Attached is the latest bulletin from the Park Hill and Whitgift Safer Neighbourhood Team.... Read more

Croydon Eye Summer 2020

Croydon Neighbourhood Watch have published a bumper edition of their Croydon Eye newsletter. For the full version click here.... Read more

Update from Sergeant Jamie Maskellm16/7/20

It has been a busy last few weeks on the Borough hence my lack of update. I will endeavour to share a snapshot of things we have been up to as a team. For me in particular I have found myself abstracted away from my normal duties. This to police demonstrations or more recently, the policing of spora... Read more

Neighbourhood police bulletin 15 July 2020

Attached is the latest update from the Park Hill and Whitgift Safer Neighbourhood Team... Read more

Round up from Croydon's Safer Neighbourhood Teams

A message from Inspector Stephen Warnes A few stories from your Safer Neighbourhood Teams over the last few weeks. Safe crackers – Addiscombe West Last week the Addiscombe West PCSO had her ear to the ground regarding a potential stolen safe. PS Barnard had no officers available as they... Read more

Information Network Bulletin Edition 1 2020/21

Croydon Council's Trading Standards team have been running a series of emails on scams. These are included in the attached Information Standards Bulletin. It also includes useful information on how to reduce the amount of mail you receive from charities and advice on buying a car.... Read more

Neighbourhood Police bulletin 29/6/2020

The latest bulletin from our local police is a little different this time. It is a message of thanks and farewell to PC Tom Rowlatt, who is leaving the team. Many of us met Tom as he worked in the area. PHRA would also like to thank Tom and wish him all the best in his new job.... Read more

Message from Inspector Steve Warnes

Dear residents We are currently enduring a challenging period and many of your local Croydon officers have been drafted into central London to deal with the BLM protests. There are further protests and demonstrations planned across the capital this weekend, with two locally in Croydon. ‘Peacefu... Read more

Neighbourhood Police Bulletin 4 June 2020

Attached is the latest bulletin from our Neighborhood Police team. We have also received a newsletter from the sergeant in charge of all the South Croydon wards. To read it click here... Read more