Category: Safe Neighbourhood

September 12, 2012
Drug related activity: Can you help?

In my capacity as Coordinator of the Sunrise Neighbourhood Watch, I have been asked by the Chief Inspector of the Metropolitan Police in Haringey through the Community Neighbourhood Watch Link Manager to provide them with information from the community regarding any drug related activity. A portion of their emailed request reads: There is a strong […]

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July 2, 2012
Scamster trawling Hornsey Park *Update*

A scamster is making the rounds in Hornsey Park. *Update June 14th 2012* Two nights ago, at 11.15am, I had a loud knocking at my front door. A woman told me she lived just four houses away from me and that she desperately needed money for a mini cab. There was no mini cab. Her […]

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March 22, 2012
ASBO improves High Road

It appears that efforts to put pressure on the police for action against the drug dealing loiterers around Turnpike Lane and the betting shops paid off last week. 19 arrests were made, and according to the area's Sgt., Rich Davies, we will not be seeing several of them again for quite a while. An ASBO […]

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March 20, 2012
Arrest in Hornsey Park Road

Hornsey Park Road was closed today for a couple of hours while police where dealing with an incident which was described as 'a spat between housemates'. Residents were told to stay indoors as a dozen police officers broke down a front door and returned about 40 minutes later having made an arrest. The @MPSHaringey twitter […]

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August 8, 2011
Riots: Open Letter to Cllr Claire Kober and Ward Councillors

Wood Green was the target of a rioting and looting after the Tottenham disturbances. Here is our reaction, addressed to Claire Kober and the Ward Councillors. Dear Claire, James, Alan and Pauline, The wholesale looting and criminal behaviour in Wood Green on Saturday night saw our area totally abandoned by the authorities and lawless for […]

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May 14, 2011
Have your say about closure of Police stations

The Metropolitan Police have launched a survey to hear from Londoners how they access police services. This is part of a Met review on how the public access police services and may well be used to prepare for the closure of Police stations, which is why Joanne McCartney, London Assembly Member for Enfield & Haringey, […]

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April 9, 2010
Time to improve dangerous footpath at Hornsey railway bridge

This week's  Hornsey Journal has exposed Haringey Council's excuses for not widening this vital footpath as muddled and confused. While Cllr John Bevan, cabinet member for Environment claims the council cannot do anything, TfL has confirmed to the Hornsey Journal that the road is wide enough to allow the path to be widened and that they were, and remain […]

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March 19, 2010
Burglary in Hornsey Park Road

An elderly couple was burgled in Hornsey Park Road. The suspect claimed he was doing plumbing work for a neighbour.  The suspect is a white male, approximately 40 years old, 6ft tall, stocky build, short brown hair, well dressed. Please be aware if any of these types of callers claiming to be plumbers or builders.  […]

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