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14:15, 14 OCT 2013
Harrow Crown Court
Paedophile who had hundreds of indecent images of children avoids jail
Deaf Harrow man was ordered to not use the internet in 2008, but disobeyed the order
Harrow Crown Court
Jailed: Heroin and cocaine dealers sentenced at Harrow Crown Court
Kristian Palnoni and Maher Al-Sharreif, both of Tillostson Road, Harrow, were sentenced at Harrow Crown Court on Thursday.
On The Beat; Success with priority crime reduction
HARROW borough is working towards reducing the amount of priority crimes committed.
Harrow Crown Court
On the beat: A clear message to criminals - watch out
A LARGE part of policing is about comprehensive crime investigation to enable the Crown Prosecution Service to mount a successful prosecution.
Victims of Harrow 'stabbing' still in hospital
A WOMAN and a man injured in a stabbing at a Harrow home remain in hospital.
One of the most popular Under One Sky festivals ever
THOUSANDS of families enjoyed dance, music, sport, food and funfair rides at what proved to be one of the most popular Under One Sky festivals ever.
Revealed: Harrow loses out on 22 per cent of police officers since 2010
THE NUMBER of police officers in Harrow has fallen by 22 per cent, leading to an MP calling on the Mayor of London to rethink his ‘reckless’ plans.
Fair is becoming an ‘unfair’ distraction
QUESTIONS about the future of Pinner Fair have been raised by traders who suffered a loss of business by closing during the event.
Brent London Borough Council
Community leaders condemn Woolwich killing
COMMUNITY leaders from Harrow and Brent have condemned the Woolwich killing in which a soldier was slain.
On the beat: Sometimes the job can be a labour of love
THIS is my first blog since arriving at Harrow almost three weeks ago and I’m happy to report that I am settling in well to my new role as borough commander.
Harrow's new top cop outlines objectives in keeping borough safe
HAVING six robberies over the weekend is six too many, Chief Superintendant Simon Ovens told the Observer.
New police contact points open just 3 hours a week
VICTIMS of crime will be able to meet police officers face to face at four new contact points - albeit for just THREE hours a week.
Four arrested after alleged fight between rival butchers
FOUR men have been arrested following an alleged fight between employees of rival butcher's shops in Sudbury.
Stanmore Common body - death 'not suspicious', police confirm
MORE tests are needed on the body of man found on the edge of Stanmore Common - but police are not treating the death as suspicious.
Police seek help in finding trio
POLICE in Harrow are asking for help in tracing a convicted burglar and two assault suspects.
Mothers Against Gangs steer youngsters away from crime
THE police breaking down the front door to carry out a raid on their family home was the first alarming moment one mother knew her teenage son had got into trouble.
Up for sale: offices used by officers at South Harrow Police Station
OFFICES used as part of Harrow’s police headquarters are to be put up for sale at auction.
Footballer's skull split in hammer attack outside Wealdstone pub
A PROMISING footballer almost died after being smashed in the head with a hammer on the way home from his mother’s 50th birthday party.
Your letters this week (February 14)
Police chief gave sterling service
Man suffers cuts and bruises in short fall from St George's Shopping Centre roof
A MAN suffered minor cuts and bruises in a short fall from the roof of St George's Shopping Centre in Harrow town centre.
Harrow London Borough Council
On the beat: A sad goodbye
THIS is my last week at Harrow Borough and I must admit that as I write this blog I have mixed feelings – on the one hand I think I will be leaving the best job in the world, while on the other hand I am looking forward to being able to spend more time with my two beautiful daughters, Shanti and Suraiya.
On the beat: I shall be retiring after 30 years in the force
LAST week I mentioned a card and courier scam that is doing the rounds at the moment and still seems to be catching out members of the public, particularly the elderly.
More police officers to fight crime
MORE officers will protect the public and fight crime under the Met Police's plans - even if the number of police stations with counters are slashed.
Police stations in Harrow and Brent proposed for closure
HARROW could be left with just one and Brent with just two manned police counters under the Metropolitan Police's new estate plan.