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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - Domestic violence during COVID 1attachment
Posted by IlonaM April 16, 07:48AM

Date: 15/04/2020 9:28 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: Domestic violence during COVID

Good evening,

There is no briefing note today. However you may have seen news headlines in the last few days reporting on an increase in domestic violence since the Covid lockdown began.

The Met Police are doing a lot of work to address this issue, one element of which is a poster campaign. We’ve been given the posters attached in this email to circulate in the community. Local teams will be distributing them where they are able to.

However I kindly ask for community support with this as well. If you have access to a printer and any noticeboards in your estate or local area, please could you put up copies of these posters where you can. It may help someone who doesn’t know where to turn or feels they aren’t able to get any support in the current situation.

Thank you very much.


Owen


Inspector Owen Pyle

Inspector | Neighbourhood Policing | Southwark | Central South BCU

Peckham Police Station, 177 Peckham High Street, London, SE15 5SL

Twitter: @OwenPyleInsp

Attachments: Helpline poster A4.pdf (582.3KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - Domestic violence during COVID 2attachment
Posted by IlonaM April 16, 07:49AM

Second attachment



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Attachments: MPS_Domestic Violence Poster A4_BCU Version FINAL converted to pdf due to size.pdf (512.7KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated dailyattachment
Posted by IlonaM April 18, 12:58PM

Date: 18/04/2020 12:42 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 17/04/2020

Dear all

Please find attached last night’s local COVID19 briefing note from BCU Commander Colin Wingrove.

Have a pleasant weekend

Owen

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 17 Apr 2020.pdf (39KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - Update on Southwark neighbourhood inspector role
Posted by IlonaM April 20, 12:34PM

Date: 20/04/2020 11:59 am (GMT+00:00)
To:
Cc: Tom.Cornish@met.police.uk
Subject: Update on Southwark neighbourhood inspector role

Update for community contacts


Hello all.


I just wanted to provide a quick update as to the inspector role on Southwark safer neighbourhoods.


At the end of this week I leave Southwark to move onto a new role within the Met. I’ve been on Southwark for almost two and a half years and have really enjoyed the challenges that the borough has presented – there’s certainly never a dull moment here!


With this in mind after this week you will no longer receive briefing notes or community newsletters from me. My replacement, who I have copied into this email, is Inspector Tom Cornish. He has significant experience in neighbourhood policing, having spent a number of years working as a neighbourhood sergeant in Lambeth, and has most recently been a duty inspector on Southwark so knows the borough well.


Tom starts in the role from Monday 4th May. Next week you will receive briefing notes from one of the ward sergeants who will be covering for the week. However after Friday, please direct anything that would have been sent to me through to Tom, who will do his best to answer or put you in touch with the right person.


I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and assistance. I know many of you have been working in your local areas for many years; without people like yourselves we would often struggle to reach some of our communities and be unable to deal with the issues and problems that they face. We greatly appreciate your hard work and support – we certainly couldn’t do our jobs with you.

Be safe. It’s been a pleasure.


Owen




Inspector Owen Pyle

Inspector | Neighbourhood Policing | Southwark | Central South BCU

Peckham Police Station, 177 Peckham High Street, London, SE15 5SL

Twitter: @OwenPyleInsp

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated dailyattachment
Posted by IlonaM April 20, 07:01PM

Note from IlonaM: Please find link to other attachment: MCB Ramadan At Home advice: [mcb.org.uk] [pdf file attachment too large at 10MB}


Date: 20/04/2020 5:22 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 20/04/20

Good evening


Please find today’s briefing note below and attached in PDF format.


Regards


Owen



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Attachments: Briefing note 20th April.pdf (40.7KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 22/04/2020attachment
Posted by IlonaM April 22, 12:21PM

Date: 22/04/2020 11:34 am (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 22/04/2020


Good morning

Please find attached today’s briefing note from BCU Commander C/Supt Colin Wingrove.


Kind regards

Owen

Attachments: Briefing Note 22nd Apr.pdf (540.9KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 22/04/2020 - 2nd attachmentattachment
Posted by IlonaM April 22, 12:21PM

2nd attachment - video conferencing infographic



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Attachments: vtc_infographic.pdf (247.4KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by ruffers April 23, 11:06PM

seemster Wrote:
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> Thanks for sharing these bob - could you tell me
> what to do to receive the emails myself please?

I'm curious also please?
Thanks

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 24/04/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM April 24, 04:38PM

Date: 24/04/2020 3:40 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 24/04/2020

Good afternoon everyone,

I hope that this email finds you safe and well. I am Acting Inspector in the interim between Mr Pyle moving to pastures new and Mr Cornish beginning the week after next.

Please find below the briefing note for Friday 24th April. If you have any enquiries, please direct these to your local SNT ward teams.

Many thanks and have a lovely weekend. Stay safe.


Becky

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 24 Apr 2020.pdf (45.1KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by seenbeen April 24, 09:57PM

Interesting that he mentions the speeding - this is true for cars going up and down Lordship Lane along Lordship Lane and in Townley Road many cars are doing more than 20mph.

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 24/04/20
Posted by Sue April 25, 03:35PM

IlonaM Wrote:
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> Date: 24/04/2020 3:40 pm (GMT+00:00)
> To:
> Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 24/04/2020
>
> Good afternoon everyone,
>
> I hope that this email finds you safe and well. I
> am Acting Inspector in the interim between Mr Pyle
> moving to pastures new and Mr Cornish beginning
> the week after next.
>
> Please find below the briefing note for Friday
> 24th April. If you have any enquiries, please
> direct these to your local SNT ward teams.
>
> Many thanks and have a lovely weekend. Stay
> safe.
>
>
> Becky


The Met briefing note says to report speeding or dangerous driving as soon as possible, but would that be considered as warranting a 999 call? I wouldn't have thought so? How would "dangerous driving" be defined?

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 24/04/20
Posted by ianr April 25, 05:53PM

I take the commaless "speeding or driving dangerously" to mean speeding dangerously or driving dangerously. Something that looks dangerously risky and is ongoing. As the note says "High-risk driving results in serious injuries and fatalities." I only remember seeing one such instance in ED in many years, and one a couple of miles north, that had me off my bike. The 'boy racers' mentioned here today sound like another one. The CPS guidance on charging with dangerous driving is at [www.cps.gov.uk]. It includes
The offence of dangerous driving under s.2 RTA 1988 is committed when a person's standard of driving falls far below what would be expected of a competent and careful driver and it would be obvious to a competent and careful driver that driving in that way would be dangerous....There is no statutory definition of what is meant by "far below" but "dangerous" must refer to danger of personal injury or of serious damage to property – s.2A(3) RTA 1988;
FWIW, the last time I looked at the annual national survey of road speeds, which I mentioned somewhere here, AFAIR average speeds were typically a little above the speed limit. That's not to say the limit isn't probably acting as a useful behaviour shaper.

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by Paulie herne hill April 26, 05:26AM

Totally pointless

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob April 28, 11:53AM

No Metropolitan police briefings for the 27th
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 29th Aprilattachment
Posted by IlonaM April 30, 11:03AM

Date: 30/04/2020 8:57 am (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 29/04/2020

Good morning everyone,

Please find the most recent briefing note from Mr Wingrove.


Warm regards,

Becky

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 29 Apr 2020.pdf (28.8KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 29th April
Posted by Sue April 30, 10:52PM

Thank you IlonaM for posting that, but how depressing that all this is needed 😢

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 29th April
Posted by IlonaM May 01, 08:29AM

Sue Wrote:
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> Thank you IlonaM for posting that, but how
> depressing that all this is needed 😢


Hi Sue,

I'm just the middleman!! Bob has organised it all.

It's an excellent resource and hopefully will reach those who need it.



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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob May 02, 12:58PM

I have not received any briefings since the 29th so will be chasing them up.
Bob S Keep safe

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated dailyattachment
Posted by IlonaM May 04, 12:33PM

Date: 04/05/2020 10:50 am (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 01/05/2020

Good morning all,

I trust that you all had a wonderful weekend.

Please see the below the most recent briefing note.

Thank you for all your emails and enquiries.

From tomorrow I will be returning to my “day job” as Mr Cornish starts as East side Safer Neighbourhood Inspector.


Many thanks


Becky

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 01 May 2020.pdf (30.5KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob May 05, 02:48PM

Thanks to Becky acting inspector for keeping us all informed re the daily Metropolitan police briefings and good luck in your new role,as yet I have not received any daily briefing since the 1st May so will contact the new Inspector for our 4 wards for further updates.
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob May 06, 07:08PM

Yesterday I Emailed our new Inspector, Inspector Cornish re the daily Metropolitan police briefings,and am currently waiting for a response.
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 07/05/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM May 09, 06:46AM

Sent: 07 May 2020 11:00
Subject: COVID Briefing Note - 07/05/2020

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 07 May 2020.pdf (66.2KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 07/05/20
Posted by bob May 10, 01:01PM

Have now received the Metropolitan police daily briefing from inspector cornish see above post
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 07/05/20
Posted by bob May 15, 03:38PM

Dear resident,

Southwark, like the rest of the country, is still in lockdown, despite some changes to government guidance. We must all stay at home as much as possible and keep our distance from others if we need to go out.
Therefore, if you go outside this weekend, please keep 2m away from others. You should only go out with members of your household or meet one person – outside and at a 2m distance – who’s not from your household. We are working on a plan to open more areas for sports (more details below) but will only do this where and when we can do it safely.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, so much important work continues in Southwark. And today, as part of Foster Care Fortnight, I’d like to thank all of our extraordinary foster carers who continue to play such a vital role supporting children and young people in Southwark. If you think you could make a difference and have a spare room we’d love to talk to you about fostering.

Thank you for helping to keep Southwark safe.
Cllr Peter John
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 15/05/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM May 18, 04:15PM

Date: 18/05/2020 3:41 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: Police Briefing Note

Good afternoon


Please see the update from the Chief Superintendent.


Best wishes and thankyou for your support


Tom

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 15 May 2020.pdf (59.9KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - 19/05/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM May 19, 03:24PM

Note from IlonaM - no flyer attached to Borough Commander's email. Possibly refers to this: [mcb.org.uk]


Date: 19/05/2020 3:08 pm (GMT+00:00)
To:
Subject: COVID19 Briefing Note - 19/05/2020

Good afternoon

Here’s the latest Briefing Note from the Borough Commander.


Best wishes


Inspector Tom Cornish



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Attachments: Met Briefing Note 19 May 2020.pdf (54.2KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob May 21, 07:06PM

I have now been advised by our neighbourhood Inspector that the briefings may not be daily, but I will continue to post as and when I receive them.
Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob May 25, 03:03PM

Started briefings again
Bob S



Good afternoon


 

Please see the latest Briefing Note from Chief Superintendent Wingrove.

 

Thankyou for all your support for the local policing teams.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Tom

 

 

Inspector Tom Cornish | Neighbourhood Policing | Southwark | AS BCU | Peckham Police Station, 177 Peckham High Street, London, SE15 5SL     tel: 0207 232 6495 | internal: 726495 mobile: 07917 133162 Twitter: @InspTomCornish

 

 

 

 

 

 

AS – Central South

Briefing note

COVID19 – 32 – 23/05/2020

Dear all,

 

I hope you are all well,

 

Policing approach this weekend

 

Throughout the weekend, officers will continue to be on their usual patrols. You will see our officers on mobile and foot patrol, on bikes as well across Lambeth and Southwark, in our hotspot locations for violent crime, as well as our parks and open spaces engaging with people and explaining the regulations. We are grateful to our communities who are following the regulations.

 

We have seen some instances of large groups gathering, including for example around amplified music or BBQs in public in circumstances in breach of the COVID regulations and causing Anti-Social Behaviour to local residents and businesses. We have a graduated and proportionate response to these groups and gatherings, using our approach to engage, explain, and encourage compliance. Where it has been proportionate and necessary to do so we have also implemented dispersal powers. We will endeavour to keep you updated when this happens, as well as publish details on social media via @LambethMPS and @MPSSouthwark. Our aim is to keep people safe and protect the NHS, as well as reduce crime and anti-social behaviour for all our communities in Southwark and Lambeth.  

 

Latest message from DAC Laurence Taylor: [news.met.police.uk]

 

We would also like to send our very best wishes to you all this Bank Holiday weekend and to those in our community who will be looking forward to celebrating Eid al-Fitr this weekend. 

 

Hidden harms – Domestic Abuse

 

Yesterday the Government held a virtual hidden harms summit to discuss how to support victims of crimes such as domestic abuse, sexual violence and modern slavery. One of the things discussed was the potential implementation of a codeword scheme, championed by the Victims Commissioner, to support victims of domestic abuse which could be used, for example to alert shop workers that someone needed help. 

 

As you know, the Met prioritises keeping people safe and takes a zero-tolerance approach to domestic abuse. With people socially distancing and self-isolating due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that this puts potential victims at greater risk.

 

Domestic abuse is historically an under-reported crime and victims may feel more isolated, and like they have less opportunity to access help and support.

 

Officers are continuing to prioritise and respond to domestic abuse calls, and we continue to work closely with a range of partners to ensure victims receive the support and service they need.

 

If you are experiencing domestic abuse or you know a friend, relative or neighbour who you think is at risk, call police right away. In an emergency, always call 999 – high harm domestic abuse calls will continue to be prioritised.

 

The 24/7 National Domestic Abuse helpline, which offers support to victims and people affected by domestic abuse, is free to call on 0808 2000 247.

 

The Respect Phoneline provides confidential advice and support to help perpetrators stop being violent and abusive, and is free to call 0808 8024040

 

Men’s Advice Line: 0808 801 0327 a confidential helpline for male victims of domestic violence and those supporting them www.mensadviceline.org.uk

 

Karma Nirvana: 0800 5999 247 Mon to Fri 9am–5pm supporting victims of

honour based abuse and forced marriage www.karmanirvana.org.uk

 

Hour Glass: 0808 808 8141 challenging the abuse of older people in all its forms www.wearehourglass.org

 

Galop LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0800 999 5428 www.galop.org.uk

 

Childline: 0800 1111 If you’re a child or young person and domestic abuse is happening in your home or relationship.

 

For more information and advice, go to [www.met.police.uk]

 

Violence Suppression Units

 

Last week, Commissioner Cressida Dick announced the launch of our new Violence Suppression Units (VSU) – a new team of more than 620 officers who will spearhead suppression activity at a local and neighbourhood level.

 

Commander Alex Murray, from our Specialist Crime Command was interviewed on LBC this morning (09:20hrs) about the role of VSU officers and how they will help us to focus on the Met priority – reducing violent crime.

 

You can also read about the VSU here: [news.met.police.uk]

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

Kind regards,

 

Colin Wingrove

Chief Superintendent

BCU Commander – Central South

 

 

NOTICE - This email and any attachments are solely for the intended recipient and may be confidential.  If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender and delete it from your system.  Do not use, copy or disclose the information contained in this email or in any attachment without the permission of the sender.  Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) communication systems are monitored to the extent permitted by law and any email and/or attachments may be read by monitoring staff.  Only specified personnel are authorised to conclude binding agreements on behalf of the MPS by email and no responsibility is accepted for unauthorised agreements reached with other personnel.  While reasonable precautions have been taken to ensure no viruses are present in this email, its security and that of any attachments cannot be guaranteed.

 



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