The local Safer Neighbourhood Team has just sent out their January 2019 newsletter.
Ealing Common Safer Neighbourhood Team
Monthly Newsletter – January 2019
Welcome to the January edition of the Ealing Common Safer neighbourhood team monthly newsletter. The aim of this newsletter is to keep you updated on what has been happening on your ward. The newsletter will be sent to you once a month giving you information regarding residential burglaries and theft of and from motor vehicles. We will also keep you updated with any identified crime trends in the area and provide you with dates for drop in surgeries, which give you a chance to pop in to the ward base to speak to a member of the team. Your team are PS James Lenton, PC Jay Alam and PCSO Sally Williams.
These are set by the borough according to the ward needs. These are:
Motor Vehicle Crime
Disrupt Drug Activity
In the month of January the ward had 6 burglaries and 2 attempted burglaries. The figures are compared to December in which there were 2 burglaries and 0 attempted. The dates, times and location for the January burglaries were:
08/01/19 – 0030hrs – Queen Anne’s Grove
08/01/19 – 21500hrs – 2200hrs – Willow Road
12/01/19 – 0138hrs – 0143hrs – North Common Road
12/01/19 – 1430hrs – 1945hrs – Uxbridge Road
13/0/1/19 – 1300hrs – 2000hrs – Popes Lane
19/01/19–22/01/19 – 0900hrs – 2345hrs – Gunnersbury Avenue
28/01/19 -1915hrs – Almond Avenue
03/01/19 – 15/01/19, 1700hrs – 0900hrs – Grange Road
03/01/19 – 12/01/19, 1000hrs – 2355hrs – Kenilworth Road
20/01/19 – 1200hrs – 1830hrs – Warwick Road
The team will continue to conduct plain clothes and high visibility patrols across the ward as a visual deterrent.
Motor Vehicle Crime
In January, there were 11 thefts from and 5 theft of motor vehicle offences. The figures are compared to December in which there were 13 thefts from motor vehicle offences and 0 theft of motor vehicle. The dates, times and locations for the theft from motor vehicle in January were:
31/12/18–01/01/19 – 1200hrs – 16000hrs – Northcote Avenue
03/01/19 – 1900hrs – 2227hrs – Kenilworth Road
05/01/19 – 2125hrs – 2128hrs – Warwick Dene
20/12/18–07/01/19 – 1700hrs – 1200hrs – Webster Gardens
01/01/19–12/01/19 – 0001hrs – 1618hrs – Warwick Road
14/01/19 – 2000hrs – Warwick Dene
14/01/19–15/01/19 – 1830hrs – 0745hrs – Leopold Road
16/01/19 – 0001hrs – 0445hrs – Gunnersbury Avenue
16/01/19 – 1400hrs – Kenilworth Road
17/01/19–18/01/19 – 1900hrs – 0800hrs – Gunnersbury Avenue
28/01/19 – 1900hrs – 2250hrs – Warwick Road
29/01/19 – 1030hrs – 1430hrs – Warwick Place
29/01/19 – 1430hrs – 2000hrs – South Ealing Road
Theft of motor vehicle
04/01/19 – 0100hrs – 0815hrs – Elgar Avenue
04/01/19–05/01/19 – 2300hrs – 1000hrs – Elm Grove Road
11/01/19–12/01/19 – 2300hrs – 0700hrs – Tring Avenue
18/01/19–19.01.19 – 2300hrs – 0700hrs – Baronsmede
21/01/19-22/01/19 – 2200hrs – 0830hrs – Marlborough Road
23/01/19–24/01/19 – 0900hrs – 0900hrs – Gunnersbury Avenue
22/01/19–23/01/19 – 2200hrs – 0900hrs – Gunnersbury Gardens
Officers from the Ealing Common team have increased patrols in the affected areas.
We urge people not to leave any valuable items in the vehicle when unattended. Even electronic items in the boot can be detected with various devices.
If anyone would like to discuss the security of their home with the team, we are happy to make an appointment with you to carry out a domestic security survey on your property where we can identify any weak points that you may have and advise you accordingly with a personalised security survey report.
If you would like to book a survey please get in touch with us on 0208 721 2948 if we are unavailable please leave a message and we will call you back.
Crime prevention tips – Close and lock all of your doors and windows even if you are only going out for a few minutes. Keep your valuables out of sight and leave some lights on if it will be dark before you get home.
When you park your vehicle take a few seconds to make sure that there is nothing valuable left in the vehicle and that nothing is on show even a coat or a jacket could be enticing to a criminal. Always double check that you have locked your vehicle. Please be vigilant.
Please remember to remind friends and neighbours to register on www.owl.co.uk
Ward Panel Meetings
The next ward panel meeting will be confirmed later. These meetings are held twice a year. We meet with ward panel members, Council representatives and ward Councillors to discuss the crime figures and any issues that are to do with the ward. The meetings are now open for the public so please feel free to come along if you want to join us, it is on a first come first serve basis as we are very limited on space.
If you wish to contact us to discuss the newsletter or any other local crime issues please call 0208 721 2948. If the team is not on duty please leave a message and we will get back to you or contact 101 and the operator will pass your message to the team
Source: Ealing Common SNT – by permission