The raids come after shots were fired at police officers amid 'increased tension' between gangs in the borough
Watch borough commander Simon Ovens' message after his officers came under fire while making an unrelated arrest
When police arrived at the brothel, they found condoms all over the floor and as they walked in, saw someone giving oral sex
In a week after the attacks, which killed more than 120 people, Harrow faith leaders came together to offer condolences and support
As the clocks go back and nights draw in, homes remain in darkness for longer, making them easier targets
In his latest column Harrow Borough Commander Simon Ovens celebrates the news that his patch was again the safest borough in London.
In his latest police column, Harrow borough commander Simon Ovens rubs shoulders with David Cameron.
Each week Mr Ovens talks us through a week in policing Harrow
The man was serving a four-year sentence for a Harrow burglary, and his death is now being investigated.
Borough commander Simon Ovens will be answering your questions on Twitter later today.
Police chief Simon Ovens has revealed how he made Harrow the safest place to live in London - other boroughs should take note.
Each week Mr Ovens talks us through a week in policing Harrow.
Hundreds attended the conference on Wednesday at the Kadwa Patidar Centre, to hear about the expansion of the scheme.
A proud borough commander paid tribute last night to his team and the volunteers in Harrow.
Harrow Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Simon Ovens offers tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime when the clocks change.
Simon Ovens talks us through a week in policing Harrow.
Ian Bullimore has since joined Met Police as a PC
We spoke to some of our readers about how in the last year, we have worked with them to highlight their concerns and make a difference
The special commendation ceremony paid tribute to the police officers who work so hard to keep us safe
The Stanmore Girls Bridage accepted the cheque on Friday
Crooks are sketching signs to indicate if homes are worth breaking into, with police calling on the public to keep an eye out.
Boris Johnson's office reassures Observer over staffing, but Harrow West MP says situation is 'worrying'.
Joint operation from council, police and HMRC officers saves tax payer more than £8,000