Introduction To The Team Team Performance Operations


Introduction To The Team Team Performance Operations
Issue January 2015
Our dedicated team of
officers can be contacted on:
Tel: 0208 209 6332
[email protected]
For emergencies please call
999 or 0800 40 50 40
Introduction To The Team
The NPT is pleased to announce the new sergeant Mo Mahmood who has
been in post since August. His team is made up of six officers. PS
Mahmood is new to B Division South; his previous experience was at B
Division East more recently at Kings Cross, and Euston Station. To present
he has had various roles in response, taskings and neighbourhood policing.
Team Performance
PS Mahmood
PC Levett
PC Morriss
PC Sempa
PC Pryce
PC Susini
PC Keik
Next passenger surgeries:
31 January 2015 @ TBC,
West Norwood Railway Station
Overall crime on the NPT sector is 40% down compared to last year.
During the same period last year there were 100 crimes, this year there
were 60.
During the team’s recent PACT meeting the key concerns identified were
anti social behaviour, tissue begging, and misuse of level crossings.
The team worked very hard in partnership with stakeholders and TOCs by
carrying out operations and initiatives.
Operations & Initiatives
Operation Trafalgar – Hot spot policing focuses on recent incidents of
crime, using statistical data over a period of three years. Designing patrol
strategies, to be at the right place at the right time, to reduce crime.
As part of these patrol strategies the NPT have carried out Hi Visibility
patrols at our identified hot spots consisting of Sutton and East Croydon
stations. They also engaged with staff, and the feedback received from
the public and staff has increased public confidence.
Op Sneeze – Joint plain clothes initiative led by PC Del Morriss with
Southern Railway and Railway Neighbourhood officers (RNOs) to deal
with tissue begging offences, also received positive feedback from
Stakeholders. This has lead to 20 prosecutions in court.
PACT Meeting Dates
Police and Communities Together
(PACT) meetings are held so that the
London Bridge NPT can meet with
passengers, station staff, shop
tenants and managers in order to
discuss issues and problems
regarding the stations we patrol, and
develop solutions.
Op Look – The NPT has participated in the national force lead
operation to deal with criminal offences at level crossings. In terms
of enforcement this has lead to various drivers being prosecuted for
driving offences and positive engagement with the local schools to
educate and warn school children about the dangers of level
PC Ronnie Sempa worked really hard on this initiative and
engagement with the local community and this picture was tweeted
by the MP for Merton Siobhain McDonagh.
Tuesday 3 February 2015
PACT Meeting @ Croydon
If you would like to attend please
contact PS Mahmood on 0208 209
Working in partnership with
Staff Assaults/Early Intervention Programme – The NPT worked
in partnership with the RNOs and the Southern Railways
management training and victims of staff assault. This has resulted
in a reduction of assaults at hot spot locations namely Streatham Hill
and Sutton.
National Counter Terrorism Week
Useful contacts
The NTP organised a table top exercise of a real life terrorist incident
at East Croydon transport hub. This was attended by members of
the Emergency Services, Metropolitan Police, Southern Railways,
TfL, Croydon Council and local businesses. During this event the
participants worked through the scenario and together developed
strategies to respond together more efficiently. It was well received
and we are looking at doing this annually.
Thank you BTP!
In an emergency please ring:
To report a crime on the railway
please ring:
0800 40 50 40
Crime-stoppers works for you,
your family and your community.
Call Crime-Stoppers anonymously
on 0800 555 111 and just tell us
what you know, not who you are.
A kindly written letter from parents who’s son was sectioned by
PC Del Morriss and PC Ron Levett spoke about the sensitivity
and professionalism displayed by the officers. She was pleased
to say that his health had improved following the intervention.
Southern staff thanked PC Nicole Pryce and PC Del Morriss for
the way they handled a domestic violence incident at East
Croydon. They found the actions of the officers extremely
admirable under difficult circumstances.