Would you like to be part of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme?

The Dudden Hill Safer Neighbourhood Team are asking residents if they would like to become part of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme.

Three burglars in Dudden Hill have been arrested, caught in the process of committing an offence. This was achieved by the Dudden Hill team working on intelligence received from members of the community.

If you would like to become part of a watch, please contact PCSO Sheena Sungum at sheena.sungum@met.police.uk

Please note that Sheena can only help if you would like to be involved in a scheme in Dudden Hill Ward. To find out who the appropriate contact is for you if you live in another ward in Brent, see this website LINK

Smart Water available to Dudden Hill residents

Brent police in collaboration with Ward Working has introduced an innovative home security product to Dudden Hill residents designed to reduce burglary rates in the Ward. We have available a limited supply of Smart Water kits.

Smart Water is a unique property coding system designed to uniquely mark household items with a forensic code enabling the Police to easily identify stolen property.

Each bottle of Smart Water has a unique forensic code which is dabbed into the nooks and crannies of the item. It is virtually impossible to remove and will withstand significant attack.

We are offering kits that are worth £43.48 FREE OF CHARGE!!! This is on a first come first serve basis. We have many kits left. To reserve your personalised Smart Water pack email me on cllr.krupesh.hirani@brent.gov.uk with the subject heading Smart Water. Please include your postcode in the email to verify that you live in Dudden Hill Ward.

News of the Weekend: Two weblinks from this weekend just gone, recommended by me

  1. A senior journalist who worked alongside him has said that the prime minister’s media adviser,¬†Andy Coulson, personally listened to the intercepted voicemail messages of public figures when he edited the News of the World.
  2. Liam Fox criticised for call to Boris Johnson complaining about police after he was burgled