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Met launches Autumn Nights campaign ahead of Halloween and Bonfire Night 

21 Oct

With Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, the Met has today, Friday, 21 October launched its seasonal crackdown on crime and ASB.


Met launches Autumn Nights campaign ahead of Halloween and Bonfire Night 

21 Oct

With Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, the Met has today, Friday, 21 October launched its seasonal crackdown on crime and ASB.


National Hate Crime Awareness Week 

4 Oct

Police officers from Haringey will be attending a number of public venues to discuss any issues or concerns people may have...


Haringey Borough Commander responds to speculation about disorder 

26 Jul

Haringey Borough Commander responds to speculation about disorder...


Haringey Borough Commander’s blog 

13 Jul

Haringey Borough Commander's blog...


POP Awards 

30 Jun

Application process now open for the Annual London Problem Orientated Partnership Awards.


Haringey Borough Commander to move post 

27 May

Haringey Police’s Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa, is leaving his post after three years.


Haringey Borough Commander to move post 

27 May

Haringey Police’s Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa, is leaving his post after three years.


Traceable liquid initiative dramatically reduces residential burglaries 

27 May

Household burglary across London is down by nearly 30 per cent in areas where Met Police use SmartWater...


Traceable liquid initiative dramatically reduces residential burglaries 

27 May

Household burglary across London is down by nearly 30 per cent in areas where Met Police use SmartWater...


Traceable liquid initiative dramatically reduces residential burglaries 

27 May

Household burglary across London is down by nearly 30 per cent in areas where Met Police use SmartWater...


Traceable liquid initiative dramatically reduces residential burglaries 

27 May

Household burglary across London is down by nearly 30 per cent in areas where Met Police use SmartWater...


Mr Sukhminder Jouhal receives RHS Resuscitation Certificate 

24 May

Member of the public, Mr Sukhminder Jouhal from Haringey has been presented with a Royal Humane Society Resuscitation Certificate...


Annual crime statistics 

15 Apr

Latest Metropolitan Police Service statistics for the end of financial year April to March 2015/16 have been released today.


Met Twitter goes Turkce in North London 

22 Mar

The Met's first dedicated Turkish Twitter account is gaining new followers across London following its first Tweet on 29th February.


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Brigade urges high rise landlords to do more to protect their vulnerable residents from fire 

8 Dec

The call comes as Waltham Forest Council pledges to install sprinklers in all 61 of its high priority blocks...


Spate of heater fires sparks safety warning from firefighters 

29 Nov

As cold snap takes hold and three serious fires caused by heaters, Brigade issues an electric heater warning.


Acid attack demo to encourage businesses to develop response plans 

24 Nov

A realistic multi-agency exercise was staged to make London’s business owners understand the dangers of an acid attack at their premises...


Croydon residents invited to public exhibition on new firefighter training centre 

21 Nov

The Brigade is inviting local residents and stakeholders to a public exhibition on proposals to redevelop the training centre at Croydon Fire Station.


Call for motorists to slow down following 40% rise in attendance at road traffic collisions 

20 Nov

In Road Safety Week, we are urging motorists to drive more carefully...


Guest house owner who removed stairs hit with £250K fire safety fine 

20 Nov

A Bethnal Green guest house owner who removed the staircase from his property has been hit with a 250,000 fine and a six month suspended prison sentence after being successfully prosecuted by London Fire Brigade.


Kings’ Cross fire remembered 30 years on 

17 Nov

30 years after the Kings Cross Fire, we look back.


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Extra ambulance crews on duty as Service braces itself for ‘mad Friday’ 

15 Dec

Ambulance crews and control room staff are expecting to respond to 43 per cent more alcohol related incidents this Friday (15 December) on what is expected to be one of the busiest party nights of the year.


Archbishop praises ambulance service after ‘year of atrocities’ 

13 Dec

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited ambulance crews today (13 December) to hear their experiences following this year’s terrorist attacks.


Police award brave ambulance man 

5 Dec

The medic who took charge of the ambulance response at the London Bridge terror attack as gun shots were fired, has been commended for his bravery.


Over 1,300 years serving London 

29 Nov

Ambulance crews, control room and support staff were recognised on Thursday (23 November) at a special ceremony to celebrate more than 1,300 years’ of caring for the capital.


Ambulance staff pay tribute to King’s Cross fire victims 30 years on 

16 Nov

A London Ambulance Service paramedic has reflected on what it was like to treat patients at the King’s Cross Station fire ahead of the 30th anniversary of the tragedy this Saturday (18 November).


Statement in response to the Assaults on Emergency Service Workers Bill 

14 Nov

Chief Executive, Garrett Emmerson, said: “In the week when three ambulance staff were assaulted, we welcome the Assaults on Emergency Service Workers Bill – which reaches committee stage tomorrow (Wednesday November 15).


Paramedic shortlisted for Air Ambulance Paramedic of the Year 

10 Nov

A London Ambulance Service paramedic who helped coordinate the response to three terrorist attacks has been shortlisted as Air Ambulance Paramedic of the Year.


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