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Policing in Wapping – public meeting for residents Thursday 27th April

By on April 1, 2017 in Crime & Policing, Meetings with 2 Comments
Policing in Wapping – public meeting for residents Thursday 27th April

Tower Hamlets Police is holding a public meeting for the residents of Wapping with the Borough Commander Sue Williams on Thursday the 27th April 2017 at 1900.The venue is St Georges Town Hall Cable Street. The meeting is scheduled to discuss ASB and driving related concerns in the Wapping area.LW received this news before yesterday’s […]

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Update on Wapping Lane assault – statement by Metropolitan Police

By on March 26, 2017 in Crime & Policing, News with 0 Comments
Update on Wapping Lane assault – statement by Metropolitan Police

Further to our news story regarding the assault in Wapping Lane last night here is the official Metropolitan Police statement. We do not have any more details than we have published.Police were called at around 17:30 hrs on 25 March to a report of a man assaulted and unconscious in Wapping Lane, E1.Officers attended and […]

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Eight teenagers arrested after young man assaulted in Wapping Lane

By on March 25, 2017 in Crime & Policing, News with 0 Comments
Eight teenagers arrested after young man assaulted in Wapping Lane

A group of eight teenagers are believed to have assaulted a single white male just before six pm Saturday evening in Wapping Lane outside St. Peters London Docks church.It is understood that the police had suspects in custody very soon after the assault.One of the two main routes through Wapping was cordoned off for several hours as […]

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Public guidance for what to do during a terrorist attack #RunHideTell

By on March 24, 2017 in Terrorism with 0 Comments
Public guidance for what to do during a terrorist attack #RunHideTell

Blunt headline but we live in troubled times. Hard reality of life at the moment is that we all need to have some idea of how to behave if we should be caught up in a terrorist attack. Many of the victims of the Westminster attacks had no chance to react but that is not always going […]

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Interfaith vigil for victims of Westminster attacks #WeStandTogether

By on March 24, 2017 in News, Terrorism with 0 Comments
Interfaith vigil for victims of Westminster attacks #WeStandTogether

Flowers were laid during a memorial service for the victims of the Westminster attacks last night at St. John’s Bethnal Green church. In addition to John Biggs, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, elected members and a representative from the police dozens of Tower Hamlets residents paid their respects during the vigil. Hate will not divide Tower Hamlets […]

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