Crime prevention news

Be a bright spark this Autumn

Published on 22 October 2014

Ealing Council and the police are extending the service offered by the noise nuisance teams to include disruption and inconvenience caused by fireworks for the next few weeks.

Trees in a park

Statement regarding the situation in Blondin Park

Published on 12 June 2014

Ealing Council is taking legal action to evict the traveller group who arrived in Blondin Park late yesterday.

police on duty

Have your say on policing in Ealing

Published on 11 April 2014

A new group is being set up to give local people and victims of crime a greater say in how police operate within Ealing.

Pile of coins

Businesses urged to ‘support charity not crime’

Published on 10 April 2014

Ealing Council is urging businesses to make sure they are not being duped into supporting bogus charities.

Alley-way gating

Locking the gate on crime

Published on 25 March 2014

Ealing Council is inviting residents who have an open alleyway behind their home to apply for the latest round of the alley-gating scheme.

Two burglars stealing valuable items from a house

Burglary prevention advice for Christmas

Published on 18 December 2013

Ealing Council and local police have teamed up to provide burglary prevention advice for residents in East Acton in the lead up to Christmas.

Alleyway secured by gating

Council and residents shutting the gate on crime

Published on 4 September 2013

Ealing Council has received more than 60 applications from residents across the borough for the latest round of its alley-gating scheme.

Alley-way gating

Applications open for gate-locking scheme

Published on 7 August 2013

Residents are invited to submit applications for the next round of the council’s alley-gating scheme this month.

Southall house closed by council for drug-dealing and anti-social behaviour

Council shuts doors on Southall house

Published on 6 August 2013

Ealing Council applied a closure order last week on a Southall house associated with anti-social behaviour and drug-dealing.

Alley gates installed by the council to cut crime

Council locking out criminals

Published on 23 May 2013

Ealing Council’s scheme to improve home security by installing gates in alleyways is being made easier and quicker for residents to apply for.

Ealing Town Hall

Late night Shisha costs cafe £17,000

Published on 19 April 2012

A shisha café in Acton has been fined for making too much noise in the early hours of the morning.

teenagers

Southall safety day success

Published on 9 March 2012

The council joined forces with local police teams and voluntary organisations to hold an enforcement and crime prevention day in Southall.

Asian woman looking out of the window

Hundreds of homes made safer in Northolt

Published on 13 October 2011

Ealing Council and police are urging residents to keep their homes and property safe this autumn.

Asian gold bracelets

Bringing the sparkle back to Southall’s jewellers

Published on 13 October 2011

A new crime prevention initiative has been launched by Ealing Council, police and local businesses in Southall after an increase in gold thefts in the area.

Lady mowing her lawn in the sun

Stay safe this summer

Published on 27 July 2011

Ealing Council is urging residents to keep their homes and belongings safe during the summer.

Man up a ladder

Crackdown on lead thieves

Published on 23 March 2011

Ealing Council has launched a new initiative to deter burglars and reduce metal theft from churches and historic buildings in Ealing.

No cold calling zone

Council clampdown on crime in Southall

Published on 23 March 2011

Ealing Council has launched a new scheme in a bid to reduce the number of bogus callers and distraction burglaries in Dormers Wells ward.

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