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Changes to Harrow Council recycling. Please click on the  links below for more information 

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Please see below for the latest news from Harrow Police.
Most Burglaries in Harrow lately are from the rear. Simple measures can deter the burglar. Raising fences, installing diamond trellis, planting prickly climbers & locking gates can help. Watch this video on Hedges: Calling us when you see anything suspicious is crucial. Recently in Edgware a keen eyed member of the public called us to say there two people acting suspiciously in the area. We caught them in the act of doing a burglary so please do ring us immediately if you think something is out of the ordinary
Operation Equinox is in full swing which deals with violence connected to the night time economy. Across London Violence with Injury has risen. Harrow has the lowest increase in London. We are deploying minibuses of officers every Friday and Saturday night and are working with schools, pubs, trading standards, fast food shops & betting shops to design out problems at in our hotspot areas.
There have been lots of fantastic arrests and big convictions around drug dealing. Also significant gang members from Wealdstone have been locked up. One is now in Prison for 11 years. Live photographs of arrests and search warrants as always are released on our twitter feed @MPSHarrow so do sign up and follow us. Tomorrow,  Wednesday 17th from 1pm, the Borough Commander, Simon Ovens will be live on Twitter answering your questions. If you would like to ask him a question sign in from 1pm.
Last week we targeted the town centre with our partners from Immigration, Council, Fire and Trading Standards. A 20k fine was handed out to a shop keeper employing an illegal immigrant and all his goods were seized which were unsafe for children.
The Police Helicopter and Horses from our Taskforce will be in #Harrow for the next couple of weeks, so if you come across one of the horses feel free to say hello.
Finally with the countdown until Christmas looming, more and more people are going online to buy this years presents, meaning it is more important than ever to make sure you keep your online details safe and secure. There are many internet criminals who try and trick people into buying what they believe is good value items saving time and money but in reality it is all a scam. Learn how to stay safe online by taking a moment to look through the 12 Scams of Christmas leaflet attached. Please pass on to anyone who you may think would benefit from reading this.
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 Please see attached documents about latest scams and how to protect yourself click here