Local Crime Update 30/06/2021

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Local Crime Update 30/06/2021

Dear Residents

Please find below the crime record for the period from 22 June to 30 June 2021.

Disappointing to see the first burglary on the ward for a while.   Fortunately, nothing was stolen but the burglar opened an electric kiln while it was switched on which could have been very dangerous.

A big thank you to the resident in Queen Anne Avenue who called 999 after seeing a person trying car doors.  The suspect was still on the scene when officers attended and was arrested.

This is why me and other officers always emphasise the importance of calling 999 if you see this kind of activity taking place.  

All being well we’ll be doing further speed checks in mid July.  Since I returned to work about a week and a half ago no one’s mentioned speeding to me so hopefully no news is good news.

Please refer to this link for a Met Police wide (but Ward orientated) Survey on how you think and feel about crime and policing.

On a happier note, I’ve been able to resume community engagement by means of the Wednesday coffee mornings at St Mary’s Church.  Other officers and I will try to attend as often as possible when we are on an early or a day shift.  I hope to be there at around 1100 this Wednesday 07/07/21.

Thanks as always for your help & support.  Stay vigilant.

Kind Regards


Adam CHARLES | PCSO 7572PY | Albemarle House SNT Base

Shortlands Dedicated Ward Officer

SHORTLANDS CRIME RECORD 22/06/2021 – 30/06-2021