Local Police

  • Upminster Police Office to remain open
    Upminster Police Office to remain open
    16th November 2019 by
    We are happy to bring the welcome news that it has been confirmed that the Upminster Police Office in Corbets Tey Road will remain open for the foreseeable future. Over the last year the Metropolitan Police have been looking to reduce costs and had earmarked the Upminster...
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  • Upminster and Cranham Police SNT Drop-in Dates
    Upminster and Cranham Police SNT Drop-in Dates
    6th November 2019 by
    Below are the dates for both the Upminster and Cranham Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams drop-in sessions, for the next three months. These are a chance for the public to come and have a face to face chat with a member of your local team. People can talk...
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  • Local Police Twitter accounts available via our website
    Local Police Twitter accounts available via our website
    3rd November 2019 by
    The Cranham and Upminster Police Safer Neighbourhood Team official Twitter pages are now available via our website. These accounts are updated regularly and give a useful idea of what our local officers have been doing. See the ‘Upminster Police‘ and ‘Cranham Police‘ links on the right hand...
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  • Crime Prevention Advice for Vehicles
    Crime Prevention Advice for Vehicles
    28th October 2019 by
    We have been informed by the local police that, unfortunately, there were three thefts from vehicles in the Upminster area last week. They have provided the following crime prevention advice – 1) Always lock it – Fuelling up or popping back into your house to get something...
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  • Protect Your Home by Protecting Your Garden
    Protect Your Home by Protecting Your Garden
    15th October 2019 by
    Unfortunately there have been a number of recent reports of burglary to homes where initial entry has been gained to the rear garden, sometimes via fields or shared alleyways. Below are some tips on ways you can stop someone getting into your garden and therefore reduce your chances...
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  • Preventing Child Criminal Exploitation - County Lines talks
    Preventing Child Criminal Exploitation – County Lines talks
    20th September 2019 by
    Havering Council are holding a series of talks across the borough to help residents spot the signs of child criminal exploitation and know what to do if they suspect a child could be at risk. Included will be information on how drug dealers groom and utilise vulnerable young...
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  • Cranham Police SNT Drop-in Dates
    Cranham Police SNT Drop-in Dates
    19th September 2019 by
    Below are the dates for the Cranham Police Safer Neighbourhood Team drop-in sessions, for the next three months. All are to be held at St Luke’s Church, Front Lane from 12 noon to 1pm. October Tue 1st Wed 9th Wed 16th Tue 22nd November Wed 13th Wed...
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  • Cranham Police SNT Drop-in dates
    Cranham Police SNT Drop-in dates
    7th August 2019 by
    If you have any police related questions or concerns, future Cranham Police Safer Neighbourhood Team drop-in dates have been released as below. All are held at St. Luke’s Church, Front Lane, Cranham from 12 noon to 1pm. August 2019 Wednesday 7th Wednesday 21st Tuesday 27th   September 2019  Wednesday 4th Tuesday 17th...
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  • Police Cycle Marking - Upminster Park Tue 06 August
    Police Cycle Marking – Upminster Park Tue 06 August
    25th July 2019 by
    As part of their efforts to improve cycle security, Havering Police Safer Transport Team will be offering free bike marking and advice on registration. The event will take place between 12 noon and 3pm on Tuesday 06 August in Upminster Park, Corbets Tey Road....
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  • Cranham Police SNT Drop-in dates
    Cranham Police SNT Drop-in dates
    4th June 2019 by
    If you have any police related questions or concerns, future Cranham Police Safer Neighbourhood Team drop-in dates have been released as below. All are held at St. Luke’s Church, Front Lane, Cranham from 12 noon to 1pm. June 2019  Tuesday 11th Tuesday 18th Wednesday 26th   July...
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  • Community Meeting with MP, London Assembly Member & Council Leader
    Community Meeting with MP, London Assembly Member & Council Leader
    18th May 2019 by
    On Friday 17th May, Residents’ Association (UCRA) councillors, Linda Hawthorn, Chris Wilkins and John Tyler were in the audience for a community meeting in St. Laurence church hall, called by the MP for Hornchurch & Upminster, Julia Lopez. Also speaking were Keith Prince, London Assembly Member for...
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  • Councillors Meeting with New Area Police Commander
    Councillors Meeting with New Area Police Commander
    18th May 2019 by
    On Tuesday 14th May, Residents’ Association (UCRA) councillors attended a meeting in Romford Town Hall with the outgoing Metropolitan Police Tri-Borough Commander for Havering, Jason Gwillim and his successor, Stephen Clayman. Detective Chief Superintendent Clayman is not new to the borough, having previously worked here a decade...
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  • Upminster Police Office - Decision due this week
    Upminster Police Office – Decision due this week
    13th May 2019 by
    The Residents’ Association have been campaigning to retain the Police Safer Neighbourhood Office in Upminster since plans were announced in September 2017 to close it (see original report) and over the last few months have made a number of representations to the Borough Commander, insisting that the...
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  • Drugs Sweep in Upminster Town Centre
    Drugs Sweep in Upminster Town Centre
    12th May 2019 by
    Councillor Gillian Ford recently joined a Havering council officer and the Police for a drugs sweep in Upminster, as part of a bigger focus in reducing crime and anti-social behaviour. Starting at Upminster Station, the team walked along Station Road, towards Bell corner with a sniffer dog....
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  • Have Your Say at Havering Safer Neighbourhood Conference
    Have Your Say at Havering Safer Neighbourhood Conference
    19th April 2018 by
    The Havering Safer Neighbourhood Annual Conference takes place on Thursday 26th April (6.30pm) and residents are encouraged to attend. The event takes place in the Hornchurch Library, North Street, RM11 1TB and includes the following topics: Crime Prevention – help bring communities together to prevent crime Setting...
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