Sutton Police

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Joint statement following Wednesday 22 March’s terrorist incident in Westminster

On Wednesday 22 March four people died in a terrorist attack on the Houses of Parliament, Westminster. Cllr Ruth Dombey, Leader of Sutton Council; Cllr Tim Crowley, Leader of the Opposition at Sutton Council; Niall Bolger, Chief Executive of Sutton Council, and Sutton Borough Police Commander Dave Stringer said in a joint statement: “We are […]

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Statement from Detective Superintendent Fran Smith, Sutton Deputy Borough Commander

Statement from Sutton’s Detective Superintendent Fran Smith, Deputy Borough Commander: “Over the last few days we have seen a number of incidents involving violence in our Borough including two serious assaults in the Town Centre. Such incidents are unusual in Sutton. They are all separate incidents and for them to happen in a short period […]

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Back of the net! Charities score funding boost thanks to Sutton Police

Off-duty police officers took part in a nail-biting final to a charity soccer tournament during the hottest day of the year to raise money to help people with dementia. The finalists from Sutton’s 999 B Relief response team and community officers from Sutton South and Worcester Park Safer Neighbourhoods Teams were playing at Goals, London […]

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Sutton Civil Enforcement Officers issued with body cameras

Police are advising the small number of drivers who may be tempted to be abusive or violent towards Sutton Council’s parking enforcement officers that action will be taken against them if they commit such offences. Police action could result in an on-the-spot fine of £100 for disorder, a police caution or a charge and an […]

Wallington 4am stunt is “one of the largest and most dangerous cases of flytipping ever” in Sutton borough

Sutton Council and the police are working together to identify the people responsible for one of the largest and most dangerous cases of flytipping ever seen in the south London borough. At 4am today (Friday 29 May), flytippers discarded a lorry-load of brick debris along an 80- to 100m-stretch of Queenswood Avenue in Wallington, waking […]

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Couple, aged 90, conned out of hundreds of pounds by bogus workmen in Carshalton

A married couple, both aged 90, were tricked out of £650 savings by a doorstep caller who said that was the price for removing 26 bags of garden rubbish and a repair to their side guttering, which it turned out didn’t need repairing. The couple received a call at their front door of their home […]

Swimming pool man convicted for chopping council trees

A 40-year-old man has been convicted and sentenced for damaging a number of ash and sycamore trees next to his property. Xhavit Krasniqi, of Coleridge Avenue, Sutton, had arranged for unqualified workers to carry out lopping and topping of six trees from the neighbouring Sutton Council-owned Westmead Allotments. Officers from the Sutton Police Safer Parks Team […]

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