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Lambeth

Partnership Tasking

&

Co-ordination

  • Protective Marking:
  • Publication Scheme: Suitable for Publication
  • File Name: Safer Lambeth Presentation 15 February 2013
  • Purpose: This will be used to inform the Safer Lambeth PTAC meeting and aid decision making with regards to resource allocation over the next 2 weeks. The period covered in this report is as below. The report is based on recorded crime, partnership databases, Information and Intelligence Reports and analytical & intelligence products.
  • Branch: Lambeth Partnership Information Unit
  • Date created 15 February 2013
  • Authors, Gemma Charge Eren Bessim
information from neighbourhood watch
Information from Neighbourhood Watch
  • Unknown MALE knocked on doors of property on SOUTH CROXTED ROAD SE21 stating he was from DYNO-ROD and was working in the area due to sewage problems. He was pushy and requesting money for work that they would be carrying out. Residents believe he is a bogus caller targeting the elderly. He was not successful on this occasion.
  • MALE is described as the following.
  • White MALE, mid 30s in age, short dark hair and of average height. He is described as wearing workmen clothing but nothing distinctive and no company logo or ID.
  • On the 03/02/13 at 1700 hours we had a knock at the door by a young white male staying that he was just moving into BOURNVALE ROAD and his benefits were not due until later in the week and he had no money. He was asking for some cash to buy some food. Description WHITE MALE late 20s London accent brown hair, dirty face with blue and white horizontal stripped hoody.
  • The HYDE FARM NHW coordinators members have a series of vans who are patrolling our streets over last few weeks or months they drive the streets in a box formation driving generally slowly looking in at people’s front gardens we believe they are looking for metal scrap.
motor vehicle advice
Motor Vehicle Advice

PREVENTING CAR CRIME IN LAMBETH

Always close the windows, lock the doors and activate any security devices when leaving your car unattended, even if only for a few minutes.

Never leave cash, credit cards, mobile phones or other valuables in the car.

Always remove and never leave your SatNav in your vehicle.

Useful links

www.soldsecure.com

www.thatcham.org

www.immobilise.com

In an emergency dial 999 for all other enquiries call our non-emergency number 101 or visit our website www.met.police.uk or follow us on twitter @metpoliceuk

burglary advise
Burglary Advise
  • Our 10 Top Tips:
  • Mark or etch your property with your postcode, house or flat number or the first three letters of your house name.
  • Register items with a serial number at: www.immobilise.com
  • Do not leave your car keys or ID documents near doors, letterboxes or windows.
  • Always check who’s at the door and don’t open it if you feel anxious.
  • Close and lock all your doors and windows, even if you are only going out for a few minutes.
  • Keep your valuables out of sight.
  • Leave some lights on if it will be dark before you get home.
  • Install a visible burglar alarm and possible CCTV.
  • Always keep sheds and/or outbuildings locked and ensure tools are put away.
  • In multi occupancy premises ensure doors are locked at all times
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Warm and Well in Winter

Providing support to older and more vulnerable residents of Lambeth over the winter.

In partnership with LB Lambeth and NHS Lambeth

Warm to Your Neighbour

Is there someone in your neighbourhood who could use a little extra support over the winter? Between now and the end of March, Age UK Lambeth is asking you to keep an eye out for your neighbours – contact Hannah on hannah.milinship@ageuklambeth.org.uk or 07506 201 298

Warm and Well Volunteer Opportunities

Do you have a few spare hours a week to lend a helping hand in your community and make a real difference to someone’s life this winter? Warm and Well in Winter is offering various volunteer opportunities as well as training for people to make a positive impact on older and vulnerable people in Lambeth. Take a look at our website for more information, or contact Jonathan Pam on jonathan.pam@ageuklambeth.org.uk

new premises licence applications
New Premises Licence Applications

Kennington Service Station, 212 Kennington Lane, SE11 6PR (Princes ward)Application for variation of premises licence, last date for representations 08.03.13

Wahaca (Waterloo Brasserie) 109-117 Waterloo Road SE1 8UL (Bishops ward)Application for variation of premises licence, last date for representations 08.03.13

Underbelly, Hungerford Coach Park, Belevedere Road SE1 8XX (Bishops ward)Application for time limited premises licence, 10.04.13 - 30.09.13. Last date for representations 04.03.13

Mi Casa, UNit G03 12a, Mepham Street SE1 8SQ (Bishops ward)Application for new premises licence,last date for representations 08.03.13

Gourmet Burger Kitchen, 109-117 Waterloo Road SE1 8UL (Bishops ward)Application for new premises licence, last date for representations 08.03.13

Bravi Ragazzi, 2a Sunnyhill Road SW16 2UH (Streatham Wells ward)Application for new premises licence, last date for representations 25.02.13

Lambeth Mini Market, 346 Coldharbour Lane SW9 8QH (Coldharbour ward)Application for review of premises licence, last date for representations 19.02.13

Shalamar, 3 The Pavement SW4 0HY (Clapham Town ward)Application for new premises licence, last date for representations 04.03.13

Rodizio Brasil, 62 Clapham High Street SW4 7UL (Clapham Town ward)Application for minor variation (change of internal layout) last date for representations 18.02.13

Be at One, Clapham Common South Side, SW4 7AA (Clapham Common ward)Application for variation of premises licence, last date for representations 07.03.13

Westow House, 79 Westow Hill SE19 1TX (Gipsy Hill ward)Application to vary premises licence, last date for representations 05.03.13

Tony's Restaurant and Bar, 28 Brixton Water Lane, SW2 1PE (Tulse Hill ward)Application for minor variation, last date for representations 22.02.13

Sainsbury's, 2 Tulse Hill SW2 2TP (Tulse Hill ward)Application for new premises licence, last date for representations 18.02.13

Elmina Wine Bar, 463 Norwood Road SE27 9DJ (Thurlow Park ward)Application for review of premises licence, last date for representations 25.02.13

London Beer Lab, Arch 41 Nursery Road SW9 8BP Application for new premises licence, last date for representations 27.02.13

Millenium, 117 Kennington Road SE11 6SFApplication for review of premises licence, last date for representations 21.02.13

new premises licence
New Premises Licence

Any person with views on an application may make representation in respect

of it, in writing, by the date listed on the statutory notice.

Representations can be submitted in the following ways:

By email - licensing@lambeth.gov.uk

By letter - Licensing, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, London, SW9 9SP

By fax - 020 7926 6150

Representations and review applications will usually be expected to relate to at least one

of the objectives to be regarded as valid.

The objectives are:

  • Preventing crime and disorder
  • Public safety
  • Preventing public nuisance; and
  • Protecting children from harm.
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Theft from Motor Vehicle – Princes and Oval Wards

Inference:Theft from Motor Vehicles offences continue in Princes ward and have crossed now onto Oval ward.

Context:

There have been 8 actual TFMV offences and 1 attempt in the last two weeks.

3 took place in Week 1 and 6 in Week 2

Overnight (3), Daytime (3), Evening (2), Night (1)

6 offences - windows smashed.

2 offences – Peugeot doors prised open.

1 offence – vehicle left insecure.

Apart from the Peugeots, the other offences didn't target one particular type of vehicle.

There have been no arrests.

Extra Information:

Peugeots door are being bent.

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Larkhall Burglary

Inference: Burglaries continue to occur across Larkhall ward.

Context:

There have been 9 burglaries across Larkhall ward in the last two weeks. There were 3 in Week 1 and 6 in Week 2.

There were a further 2 offences overnight.

All offences occurred during the week Thu (4), Wed (2), Mon (1) Thu (1) and Fri (1). The majority of offences (7) took place during the day. 1 was in the evening and 1 was unknown.

5 offences were houses and 4 were flats.

There were 4 front doors forced, and 1 rear door. 2 were front windows forced. 1 garage door was forced and 1 venue was insecure.

Property stolen was the usual electrical items (laptops, mobiles etc) or jewellery.

Extra Information:

Larkhall area has come up in the past 4 weeks.

clapham park road
Clapham Park Road

Inference: Street Crime offences have re emerged around Clapham Park Road. Lone black males targeting lone white victims for their smart phones.

  • Key Findings:
  • 8 offences in the last two weeks (compared with 6 in the previous two weeks)
  • 5 snatches and 3 robberies
  • 3 in week 1 and 5 in week 2.
  • Victims: Predominately lone white victims of both sexes aged between 23 and 32 years old.
  • Offenders: Limited descriptions, as offences are usually over quickly, however suspects are predominately described as lone black males, 16-25 years old.
  • In three cases, a suspect targeted victims at bus stops before running off into the William Bonney Estate.
  • Location: Mainly Clapham High Street and Clapham Park Road. Three offences took place at a bus stop
  • Time: Peak day was Sunday with 4 of 8 offences (50%). 6 of 8 took place in the weekend with majority of offences occurring between the hours of 2115 and 0320 hours.
  • Week 1
  • Week 2
  • Previous BCTG

Extra Information:

Most victims are users of the night time economy.

res burglary motor vehicle clapham park road
Res Burglary/ Motor vehicle – Clapham Park Road

Inference: Burglaries have continued around the William Bonney estate and motor vehicle offences have emerged near Clapham High Street

Key Findings:

Burglary: – 4 offences in the last two weeks.

1 in week 1 and 3 in week 2.

3 further offences overnight at an address in Kenwyn road (3 flats in one building)

Daytime weekday offences (no weekend offences in the last two weeks)

Multi occupancy/flats targeted. Communal door slipped and then force or tool used to smash open front doors.

Property: Laptops, cash, cameras stolen.

Motor Vehicle:

10 offences in the last two weeks (compared with 2 in the previous two weeks)

5 in week 1 and 5 in week 2.

8 Theft from, 2 Theft of

Theft of:

Mercedes and Transit van – Mercedes recovered at Rigge Place

Theft from:

Victim: No common vehicle or property stolen. Various MOs used.

Offender: No suspects seen in the last two weeks.

Location: Repeat streets - St Luke Avenue and Kenwyn Road.

Time: Predominately evening/overnight offending.

  • Motor Vehicle
  • Burglary
  • Previous PTAC

Extra Information:

Clapham Park Road is a repeat location for motor vehicle crime

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Re-Emerging Problem – Personal Robbery in Herne Hill

Inference: Increase in daytime, weekend robbery offences in Herne Hill – this could be a re-emergence of the series from September.

Context: 8 Personal Robbery offences in the last two weeks.

Victims – Predominantly lone male victims passing through the area (not linked to NTE)

Offender– Black males aged between 16 – 30yrs.

See attached slide for potential offenders.

Suspects were generally on bikes, had their faces covered in 2 offences Location – In the vicinity of Milkwood Road, Herne Hill Ward – there was a Robbery series in this location back in September 2012.

Time – Almost all offences occurred from Friday to Sunday (half on Sunday). All fairly early in the day between 1100 – 1700hrs.

Extra Information:

This is an Neighbourhood Watch Area.

Repeat problem from a year ago.

emerging problem motor vehicle crime
Emerging Problem – Motor Vehicle Crime

Inference: Continuation of Thefts from Motor Vehicle in Streatham area.

Key Findings:

16 MV offences – 9 in week 1, 7 in week 2

Streatham Wells Ward – 13

St Leonard's Ward – 3

  • Theft From MV – 14 offences; Criminal Damage – 2 offences
  • Days and Times:
  • Tues-Sat. Mostly evenings and overnight, but some daytime.
  • Vehicles
  • 5 x Ford Galaxy.
  • Only 2 German cars this fortnight (red circles).
  • MOs:
  • Mostly smashed windows (10). 2 where German vehicle was entered by means unknown.
  • Week 1
  • Week 2

Suspects:

2 suspects seen – 1 distracted a delivery driver whilst other entered vehicle and stole mobile phone. Both suspects white. The one who spoke was about 30, 508, short hair, with a foreign accent.

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Anti Social Behaviour Reporting Line

The Anti-Social Behaviour Reporting Line 020 7926 4000

staffed

Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm

Answer phone on out of hours.

Reports can be anonymous