Crime and Policing

The police safer neighbourhoods team have reported robberies of phones from children after school in Green Lanes and Aldermans Hill.

Palmers Green police have issued warnings about robberies around cashpoints and bank branches.

MPS Enfield have had a report of a female knocking at an elderly person's door claiming to be a healthcare professional

A meeting on 18th February in Winchmore Hill will inform people about modern slavery - what modern slavery is and how to spot the signs on our doorstep, as well as what to do about it.

The risk of burglary doesn't end after the presents have been opened. The number of break-ins usually increases after Christmas, reaching its peak in the run up to New Year's Eve and into January.

The second in a series of public meetings on crime will be held in Edmonton on 8 December and will be followed by a community weapons sweep.

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Enfield Council has unveiled a £100,000 package of measures designed to tackle a big increase in the level of youth violence in the borough in recent months. Planned activities will include football, boxing, horticulture and cookery sessions but will also give youth workers an increased opportunity to do more work with young people to reinforce positive messages and behaviour.

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The Metropolitan Police have published a new edition of the Little Book of Big Scams.

Jason Paul Keogh of Enfield has been jailed for an armed robbery committed outside Morrisons in Palmers Green