Chaired by Philip Green

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The Northwood Ward panel meets quarterly with the local Police to discuss short, medium and long term strategy and discuss matters relating to local policing. This committee is itself a wider grouping with members drawn from organisations in Northwood. The committee is a two way channel between the police and the community where both parties can raise matters of local concern.

The committee is always on the lookout for new members as we genuinely want to be responsive to public interest.

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From our local police: In line with the police stations that have or will be closed across London, Uxbridge police station is now closed to the public.

Download Inspector Rob Bryan's December newsletter here.

Download Inspector Rob Bryan's January newsletter here.

In order to get as much feedback as possible about the Police services in Northwood, we have been asking residents and businesses to volunteer to take part in a "Virtual" ward panel.  This involves a monthly 2-minute online survey carried out by our local Safer Neighbourhood Team. They will ask relevant questions about their service which is then fed back to the actual Police Ward panel that meets quarterly. It's very easy to get involved but extremely helpful and important. You will need internet access. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ask to be signed up. Thank You.

Chief Inspector Claire Smart has published a statement which expains the latest plans for public access to the local police. Click here to download the statement.

Borough Commander, Colin Wingrove, thanks everyone who took part in the consultation and attended the public meeting in September and gave feedback. The MOPAC report as a result of the recent public consultation on the Public Access and Engagement Strategy has been published. The report details that the front counter provision for this borough will move to Hayes Police Station which will be staffed 24 hours and offer experienced face-to-face contact should it be required by our community.

To download Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove's message click here.

Thanks to pressure from residents, Hillingdon Council and Police-linked panels, we have secured the retention of Ruislip Police station. Although it will not be open to the public it will remain a very useful operational site for the North of the Borough.