As mentioned in the previous post, residents wishing to become members of the Safer Neighbourhood Panel for Bethnal Green please register with OWL. The next panel meeting, by invitation only, will take place at the Glasshouse.
I am one of the residents that represent residents on the Neighbourhood Safety Panel that is run in conjunction with the police and meets approximately every 3 month. The next meeting will take place at the Glasshouse; participation is by invite only. If you are interested in being on the panel please register with the website OWL and express and interest. In the meantime please provide an input with the form below:
Please let me know, by using the form what your problems are; e.g.
Did you report Safer Neighbourhood concerns and they remained unanswered?
Did you report Anti-social behaviour, which wasn’t dealt with?
Do you feel unjustly persecuted by false accusations?
Are there any other issues you want me to report?
Please select the option(s) that concern you and state your reasons, giving as much details as possible, including when and where you reported issues previously. Your report will remain anonymous unless you check the box to waive anonymity.
I require responses by 15th. October 2017.
Please note this form does not replace reporting problems to the authorities, e.g. the Council’s anti-social behaviour hotline or the police emergency services.
As you can see from the picture a 10 inch knife was found barely hidden on a sidewalk in undergrowth.
The knife is hard to see but the handler will know where it is and can retrieve it quickly.
The East London Advertiser reported on the story and shows how dangerous this knife is. If you can see such items in the undergrowth, hidden in bushes, grass or elsewhere please notify the police immediately.
A gun was also found in the Mile End Road by gardeners reports the ELA.
Police Contact Advice:
Telephone 999 in an emergency where there is a danger to life or a crime is in progress.
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies where police attendance is required, to report a crime or to report any other incidents. Calls to 101 have a fixed cost of 15p per call.