De Beauvoir Safer Neighbourhoods team

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The Metropolitan Police Service has increased the number of officers working in Safer Neighbourhoods Teams. Each ward has a Dedicated Ward Officer and Police Community Support Officer. More officers work flexibly across a larger neighbourhood area in support of the dedicated team, all led by a sergeant and an inspector. We are committed to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live, work and visit. We listen and talk to our communities, and find out what affects your quality of life and feelings of security. Our priorities are then set by the local community and we work with you and other agencies to find a lasting solution.

You can contact us via e-mail or phone. We aim to respond to every message directed to us within 24 hours. However, we are not a 24-hour response team, so if it is an emergency please call 999.

For more information about local policing visit the main Safer Neighbourhoods section.

Priorities

  • Theft and/or taking of pedal cycles
  • Anti Social Behaviour by youths loitering
  • Motor vehicle crime

Promises

  • Anti Social Behaviour by youths loitering
  • Theft from motor vehicles

Meet the team

Inspector Martin Waugh Inspector Martin Waugh
No portrait is available. Acting Sergeant Emily Burbeck
PC Stephen Bullock PC Stephen Bullock
PCSO Mohammed Gani PCSO Mohammed Gani

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Inspector Martin Waugh, Acting Sergeant Emily Burbeck, PC Stephen Bullock & PCSO Mohammed Gani.

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