Anti-Semitic crimes have fallen in Harrow in the past year, according to recent figures.
In London there were 113 antisemitic incidents from January-June 2008, and in Harrow there were four anti-semitic crimes during this time.
The incidents were recorded by CST, (Community Security Trust,) an organisation that records antisemitic crimes. In the borough the crimes were classed as abusive behaviour, which could range from offensive graffiti to verbal abuse.
However, this was an improvement on the figure of the previous period from January-June 2007, when there were seven incidents of anti-semitic hate crimes.
The most recent incident of antisemitic crime took place in Stanmore last Saturday, according to Harrow Police.
A 65-year-old man wearing a skullcap was walking along London Road, in Stanmore, when he was hit on the back of his head and racially abused.
In July a teenager was also verbally abused and another man was physically assaulted.
Both crimes are described as racially-motivated attacks.
A police spokesman said: "Every crime is serious and these crimes are being investigated.
"We work very closely with the Jewish community and other religious communities."
Rabbi Mendel Lew, from Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue, in London Road, said: "Personally I am not aware of any problems with anti-semitism in the area, but one must be vigilant.
"We have to distinguish between those who are being silly and not behaving properly and people who are targeting the community."
With more than six per cent of the borough's population listed as Jewish at the last census, residents were pleased at the reduction.
Judy Karabritz, from Edgware, who is the co-founder of the Jewish Poetry Society, said: "It's good. I've had the odd anti-semitic comment, but it doesn't really affect me greatly.
"With intermarriage you can't tell who is Jewish and who isn't, but we are one community and we all have to work together."