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Marylebone Association Police Liaison Report February 2017

The main areas of concern among residents remain unchanged month to month with minor seasonal variations. These are: rough sleeping and begging, anti social behaviour, personal & other theft and motor vehicle theft.

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Police in Westminster start Body Worn Video Trial

Police in Westminster start Body Worn Video Trial

Last Monday, 24th October saw the start of Body Worn Video(BWV) trial by police officers in Westminster.

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Police Liaison Report June 2016

Police Liaison Report June 2016

Regular meetings have been held with the local Police during the year and together we have flagged the issues that are of greatest concern to our residents and commercial businesses.

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We Stand Together - Launches Today

We Stand Together - Launches Today

#WeStandTogether is a community led initiative in partnership with the police. Launching today, 30th September 2015, communities from all faiths, non faiths and backgrounds are coming together and standing against extremism and hatred

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Paddington Street Gardens – OAP abused by migrants

A Marylebone Association member has reported to us more problems with Eastern European migrants in our area. She has telephoned the police twice in the last month in regard to the increasing number of migrants who have taken up residence in Paddington St Gardens and proving to be a real social nuisance. There are also increasing numbers of aggressive beggars in Marylebone High Street. Our member commented "While the Police information line on 101 try to be helpful , promising to send a police car round "within the hour" is not helpful, as these people are well-versed in our feeble policing methods the park emptied of 14 of them within 10 seconds of them spotting me phoning the police."

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Anti social behaviour in Marylebone

Anti social behaviour in Marylebone

Since the passing of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policy Act last November, which among other things replaces ASBOs, it looks as if Westminster Council and the Police will have a few more teeth to deal with the rough sleeping problem which is afflicting parts of Marylebone. Working together Westminster Council and the Police are now able to issue a warning to people who are begging, behaving in an anti social way, loitering, making noise or creating mess on our streets in both English and Romanian.

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