Chaucer Ward Panel meeting Monday 11th December 2017

Hello All

Please remember that issues/problems discussed at the Panel Meeting are those that affect your street or block.

You are a representative of others where you live.  Anyone who has issues that affect them individually,

please contact us outside of the meeting via email or phone.  We can then address these matters privately,

The next meeting details are

Date    : Monday 11th December 2017

Time    : 7pm – 8.30pm

Venue :  Conference Room,

Southwark Police Station

323, Borough High St

SE1 1JL

Please note the Station Office is only open between 10am – 6pm so a team officer will afford

you access to the station prior to our meeting via the small pedestrian gate next to the vehicle

access gate. Should you arrive after the meeting has begun please call our mobile number on 0208 721 2441

Light refreshments available.

Regards

Chaucer Safer Neighbourhood Team

PC Sarah BULL, PC Nigel QUINN & PCSO Richard SMITH

Southwark Police Station, 323 Borough High Street, LONDON, SE1 1JL

Tel 0208 721 2441

E-Mail CHAUCER.SNT@MET.POLICE.UK

Ward Priorities:

1) ALBERT BARNES / SMEATON COURT / ARCH STREET / MEADOW ROW – ASB / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

2) TABARD GARDENS – Youth ASB

3) ST GEORGES CHURCHYARD GARDENS – ASB Rough Sleepers / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

Follow us on Twitter @MPSChaucer

Also see our webpage on www.met.police.uk

IN AN EMERGENCY, ALWAYS CALL 999 p

Please follow the link below to rate your contact with the Police

http://smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MPSsouthwark

Knife Crime – The Big Talk Event – Tuesday 28 February

The Deputy Mayor Sophie Linden will be hosting an interactive Big Talk event to engage both young people and practitioners about knife crime in London.

The Big Talk event will be held on: Tuesday 28 February, 6pm to 9pm at Sedgehill School, Sedgehill Road, London, SE6 3QW

You are invited to join us and participate at this event, which will be a good opportunity to hear directly from young people on their views on knife crime and youth violence, and, also for you to provide any insights which you would like to share. There is a strict maximum of 100 attendees, I would be grateful if you could register your attendance using the link below, but also confirming your attendance with myself.

ü The dialogue will be made up of 3 circles, the Outer circle: where participants will discuss the three set questions on social media, using #BigTalk01.

ü The Middle circle: observes the discussion and the Inner circle: participants sit and share their views. Once they have made their points, others can tap them on the shoulder and ask them to leave so that other people can have their say.

ü The only rule is you must enter the inner circle before you talk.

We really do hope that you can attend. Please register here for a free ticket. If you are unable to attend, may I ask that you share this invitation with a representative who could attend on your behalf. Also please do feel free to share this with any young people who you think would be interested in attending.

Kind regards

Naomi Simpson | Programme Manager | Pan-London Policy Area: Sobriety, Gangs & SYV – MOPAC Borough SPOC: Royal Greenwich & Lewisham | Area, Policy and Partnerships Unit | Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime | Telephone 0207 983 5662 | Mobile 07990 780 899 | Fax 020 7983 5999 | Email naomi.simpson@mopac.london.gov.uk | Website www.london.gov.uk/policing | Address City Hall | The Queen’s Walk | London | SE1 2AA

Phishing email alert.

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Please read details and be aware of a phishing email alert issued by the Metropolitan Police.

We have just been made aware that an email is in circulation pertaining to come from a Met Police email account.

The email sender is shown as crime@content.met.police.uk This is not a valid Metropolitan Police email address.

• The subject is shown as Crime Prevention Advice
• A file called 11212527.zip is shown as attached to the email

The text of the message is as follows:

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC;
See attached document to read more about crime prevention advice.
Regards,
Metropolitan Police Service.

Intelligence suggests that if the attachment is opened iSpy key logger malware is downloaded on to the host device.

If you receive an email from crime@content.met.police.uk do not open any attachments and report it to Action Fraud at actionfraud.police.uk.