Category Archives: Local crime and anti-social behaviour incidents

Give Your Views On Prohibition of Novel Psychoactive Substances In Lambeth

This is about things like whippets containing laughing gas that clubbers seem to greatly enjoy inhaling with the help of balloons; after club nights  you can sometimes find astonishingly large numbers of these discarded little shiny bulbs in Vauxhall Grove. … Continue reading

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Local Police News

Briefing from Inspector Aaron Barnes, North Neighbourhood Team:

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Local Police News

You can meet with the local police on the third Wednesday of the month alongside the local councillor surgery from 6-7pm at The Durning Library. Key points from Inspector Aaron Barnes, North Neighbourhood Team:

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Prince’s Police Safer Neighbourhood Team – Message

Over the past two weeks a number of decapitated baby foxes, and parts of, have been found in the park area between Simpson House and Vernon House, SE11 by dog walkers.

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Lambeth Safer Streets Team – Briefing

The Lambeth Safer Streets Team (SST) works with rough sleepers and people involved in street activity such as begging, street drinking and street based drug use. Our role is to support people into accommodation and support services and away from … Continue reading

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North Lambeth Neighbourhood Police Update

Briefing from Acting Inspector Neil Jeffs: “As a result of recent discussions at the North Lambeth Neighbourhoods meeting the following priorities have been set; Begging and rough sleeping across Bishops Ward and the associated anti-social behaviour (ASB) Gang activity and … Continue reading

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Flytipping cameras

http://love.lambeth.gov.uk/fly-tip-cctv/ Did you see the one temporarily installed outside St Anne’s Hall earlier this year?

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