Police

 

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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Sgt Ben Phipps says, "Please Have a read of the booklet for which I have attached the link. It's a very interesting read keeping you up to date with the latest Scams and how to keep yourselves safe from them."
 
http://www.met.police.uk/docs/little_book_scam.pdf

We have recently had to say farewell to member Adam Stapely and now require some new blood for our Police Ward Panel. It's not onerous and allows you to be part of the team that connects with the local Police and helps set its priorities.
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Please note that on Wednesday 1st March 2017 there will be legislative changes around the use of mobile phones whilst driving, or whilst sitting with the engine running.  The key difference is that the penalty will rise from 3 points to 6 points on your driving licence, and the fine will rise from £100 to £200.

Please be aware that these legislative changes will be robustly enforced.

  • We welcome Pc Nathan Martin to our local Safer Neighbourhoods Team. He takes over from Pc Groome.
  • Twitter: You can follow the work of the Northwood SNT @MPSNorthwood 


It is being suggested that residents are reluctant to call the police, either because they think they are too busy or because the incident is not that serious. It is important that all crime, however it is perceived, is reported to the police. Unless we do so, we could lose our local resources. Plus the police want to cut down on low-level but annoying crimes that blight all our lives. So, if you see anything call 101 and report it. It may be more serious than you think.

The police priorities for Northwood are agreed at the Northwood Police Ward Panel meetings. The priorites for January to March 2017 are:

  •  Continue traffic operations – especially speeding and mobile phone use whilst driving
  •  Increased patrols around the town centre. Increase visibility
  •  Increased youth engagement.