Archive for the ‘Crime’ Category

April Elthorne SNT Police Panel

by Nigel Bakhai on 22 April, 2014

Here is my report from this month’s Elthorne Police Panel meeting. The main issue discussed at the meeting related to the ongoing street drinking problem in Hanwell town centre. The Police have requested a review into three local off licences which have been found in breach of their licensing laws. St Mellitus Church has now padlocked their […]

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Hanwell Licensing Review – Laghmanis Food & Wine

by Nigel Bakhai on 22 April, 2014

A Licensing review was held in March at the request of the Met Police into two off licences in Hanwell. Street drinking is a real problem in Hanwell town centre, but particularly in St Mellitus Church garden. Tackling anti-social behaviour from alcohol is one of the Elthorne police priorities and the Met Police called for a review into […]

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Hanwell Licensing Review – Sunrise Supermarket

by Nigel Bakhai on 28 March, 2014

Ealing Council’s Licensing Committee have conducted a review of two off licences in Hanwell town centre this month at the request of local police in a bid to tackle the issue of street drinking and associated anti-social behaviour in the area. Sunrise Supermarket at 137 Uxbridge Road in Hanwell were found to be in breach of a number of their […]

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Support Neighbourhood Policing

by Nigel Bakhai on 29 January, 2014

Please find below a copy of my speech to the January 2014 council meeting on the subject of neighbourhood policing in Ealing: Mr Mayor, Crime is always identified as the number 1 concern for residents. In the 2012 Residents Survey, 20% identified crime and ASB as something they were most concerned about in Ealing. 13% […]

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January Elthorne SNT Police Panel

by Nigel Bakhai on 23 January, 2014

Here is my report from this month’s Elthorne Safer Neighbourhood Team Police Panel meeting. Sgt Fazal began the meeting by going through the promises agreed at the last meeting and the actions taken to address these issues. He started with residential burglary. There were 3 in September, 8 in October, 8 in November and 9 […]

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November Ealing Policing Report

by Nigel Bakhai on 21 November, 2013

Here is my report from the November meeting of the Ealing Community and Police Consultative Group including an annual borough policing report from Temporary Supinterindent Simon Message. T/Supt Message outlined three key events in the policing calendar this year the first of which was the deployment of tasers across the borough from May 15th. Ealing now […]

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I have recently campaigned against plans by the Shell garage in Church Road in Hanwell for a new 24 hour licence to sell alcohol seven days a week. I wrote to the Licensing team at Ealing Council to register my objections to the application: “Please can I register my objection against this application in the strongest possible terms on the […]

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September Elthorne Policing Report

by Nigel Bakhai on 19 September, 2013

Here is my report of this month’s meeting of the Elthorne Safer Neighbourhood Police panel including the latest crime data. The police began with an update on efforts to tackle the three ward priorities agreed at the previous meeting which were ASB from alcohol around St Mellitus Church, ASB from youths around Olde Hanwell, and residential burglary. […]

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My review of the 2012/13 Council Year

by Nigel Bakhai on 8 June, 2013

After two years with a 100% perfect attendance record, the figures for the council year 2012/13 show that I attended 42 out of a possible 43 meetings or 98% of council meetings I  was due to attend. I attended all 8 of the full council meetings (these are meetings of all 69 councillors represented in the borough), […]

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May Elthorne SNT Police Panel

by Nigel Bakhai on 22 May, 2013

Here are my notes from this evening’s Elthorne Safer Neighbourhood Team police panel meeting. To begin with, here are some of the latest figures on crime statistics in the ward.   Residential Burglary Personal Robbery Violent Crimes January 5 2 4 February 4 0 9 March 7 5 11 April 1 1 6 May 5 […]

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