Camden Police COVID19 update

The information below was provided by Superintendent Neil Holyoak from Camden Police. If you have any concerns please email Peter Ward, Peter will pass on information received to Camden Police: We recognise that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is of great concern to everyone throughout the country at the moment, but I just wanted to reassure you […]

Presentations from last CSNB Public event!

The theme for the last CSNB public event was the Community Safety Partnership priority of Domestic and Sexual Violence. The event was held on Monday 28 October 2019, 7.00 pm, in the Council Chamber, Crowndale Centre. Detective Superintendent Jane Topping from Central North Police and Caitriona Scanlan from Camden Safety Net gave a joint presentation […]

Mayor’s Budget additional £234m for policing

Plans set out by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan to invest an additional £234m in policing and tackling violent crime in the capital have been confirmed following a meeting of the London Assembly. This funding includes an additional £119 million from London’s business rates to support policing numbers in future years. This will help […]

CSNB response to the MOPAC consultation

Over the summer, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the Metropolitan Police Service jointly ran a London-wide consultation how the public could contact the police in the future. The suggestions centred on closing Police Station front counters and move reporting crimes to web-based systems. The CSNB held a Community Conversation on this […]

Camden Police response to Manchester Area Attack

Message from Camden Borough Commander, Detective Chief Superintendent Catherine Roper on the Manchester Arena terror attack: “We are all waking up to the news of the horrendous attack in Manchester. I am sure that you all join me in our thoughts towards those who are injured, and the families and friends of those who lost […]

Merger of Camden and Islington Police

Presentation given by Detective Chief Superintendent Catherine Roper, on the merger of Camden and Islington Borough Command Units (BCU), on Thursday 26 January, 7.00 pm, in the Council Chamber, Camden Town Hall. BACKGROUND The aim was to reduce the number of BCUs across the Met. In July the Deputy Mayor had requested for Camden and […]

Kilburn shooting

Police investigating a fatal shooting in Kilburn have named the victim as they continue to appeal for witnesses. The murder investigation was launched by detectives from the Homicide and Major Crime Command after police were called at 17:20hrs on 8 December to reports of man collapsed in Netherwood Street, NW6. Officers and London Ambulance Service […]

International Visitors Victim Service

Victim Support has launched a new project in London to support international tourists. The International Visitors Project, in association with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the Metropolitan Police, provides assistance to foreign tourists who become victims of crime in the capital. Falling victim to crime while overseas can be an extremely […]

Beat the Scams Talk!

It’s not too late to book your place for this forthcoming talk on Saturday. We have extended the room to accommodate more people and would love to see you there! Beat the Scams Talk!  2.30pm on Saturday 26th November The Hilda Clark Room Friends House 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ A free one hour […]

Your views of the police use of Stop and Search

What are your views of the police use of their Stop and Search powers? Do you think Stop and Search helps prevent knife crime or maybe you think it contributes to the alienation of sections of our community? Why not join Camden’s Stop and Search Monitoring Group? We meet several times a year with senior […]