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QPARA’s Police Action Group maintains a close relationship with the local police and takes and active part in local consultative arrangements.

Queen’s Park Safer Neighbourhood Ward Panel

QPARA is represented on the Queen’s Park Safer Neighbourhood Ward Panel by Janis Denselow and Richard Gentry who attend quarterly meetings on behalf of the Association. The panel discusses and seek solutions to problems in the Ward.

If operationally possible, Police Officers from the Queen’s Park Safer Neighbourhood Team attend the monthly QPARA meetings, where they can respond to questions raised by QPARA members. 

The priorities and promises at January 2019 are:

  1. Proactive patrols to reduce / detect offences relating to vehicle crime
  2. Proactive patrols to respond to robberies on those roads adjacent to the Kilburn High Road / Queen’s Park Ward. 
  3. Responding to anti-social behaviour, specifically the increase in aggressive begging in the Queen’s Park Ward
  4. Responding to anti-social behaviour, specifically associated with Mapes House 

Queen’s Park Safer Neighbourhood Team (January 2019)

The Queen’s Park Local Policing Team (Safer Neighbourhood Team) is a group of Met police officers dedicated to serving the Queen’s Park community. The team is made up of officers based in our area (or ‘ward’), supported by additional officers from the wider area.

They work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide our policing priorities for the area. This helps them to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems, while maintaining a wider focus on reducing crime across London.

Ward Officers

There are three dedicated Ward Officers:

  • Police Constable Jessica Tregar
  • Police Constable Dale Channer
  • Police Community Support Officer Ali Dogan

The team is led by Sergeant Kieran Bowell, who covers Brondesbury Park and Kensal Green in addition to Queen’s Park.

Contacting the Safer Neighbourhood Team

The team can be contacted by email: BrentQueensPark.SNT@met.police.uk  or phone: 020 8246 2111/07748 258 003.  Please do not use these numbers for emergencies or to report crime. I

They are for requesting advice or sharing information.

Further information about the Queen’s Park (Brent ) SNT can be found at this link.

You can follow the SNT on twitter, they can be found @MPSQueensPark Here you will find updates on what is happening in the area.

As the police station on Salusbury Road is no longer open to the public, the Nearest 24 hour police station is Shepherds Bush Police Station, 252 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7JA.

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Crime Map

You can see recent information about crimes in the Ward broken by exploring the Queen’s Park Crime Map

How to report a crime

  1. If you’ve witnessed or been the victim of crime, you can report it report it online. The range of issues you can report online include: road traffic accidents, missing persons, antisocial behaviour, fraud, lost or stolen vehicles, lost or found property and civil disputes.
  2. You can report a crime at a front counter of a 24 hour police station. As the police station on Salusbury Road is no longer open to the public, the nearest 24 hour police station is Shepherds Bush Police Station, 252 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7JA.
  3. You can call 999. Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999 now
  4. You can call 101. You should call 101 to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. For example:
    • if your property has been damaged
    • if your car has been stolen
    • if you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood
    • to give the police information about crime in your area
    • to speak to the police about a general enquiry

You should always call 999 when it is an emergency, such as when a crime is in progress, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, when there is danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened. 

 Full details of how to contact the police are on the Police UK website.