Moped-enabled crime falls by 30% in Haringey after police crackdown

Moped-enabled crime in Haringey dropped by 30% between March 2018 and September 2018, compared to the preceding six-month period. This data, obtained from a Freedom of Information request made to the Metropolitan Police, also revealed that moped-enabled offences across London reduced by a third over the same period. Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, credited … Continue reading Moped-enabled crime falls by 30% in Haringey after police crackdown

We must stamp out racist hate crime in Enfield & Haringey

To mark National Hate Crime Week, local London Assembly Member,Joanne McCartney AM, has called for the community to “come together to stamp out racially motivated hate crime”. She is also encouraging Londoners to “stand firm” against a potential spike in hate crime incidents in the event that the United Kingdom formally leaves the European Union in 2019. There … Continue reading We must stamp out racist hate crime in Enfield & Haringey

Cuts putting Met “under a level of strain we haven’t seen before”

Responding to new data showing the true scale of police cuts in London, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “It’s now clear that the Government’s unwillingness to properly fund London’s police services is compromising the Met’s ability to keep Londoners safe. “With the Met already subjected to government cuts of over £700 million, and … Continue reading Cuts putting Met “under a level of strain we haven’t seen before”

Funding for anti-knife crime projects to benefit Enfield & Haringey

Responding to the announcement that grassroots organisations in Enfield and Haringey have received a share of £1.15 million funding from the Mayor of London for anti-knife crime projects, local London Assembly Member Joanne McCartney AM said: “Today’s announcement dispels recent insinuations made in the press that the Mayor’s action on knife crime is limited to … Continue reading Funding for anti-knife crime projects to benefit Enfield & Haringey

Joanne joins first ever ‘Walk the Met’

The period leading up to Christmas is one of the busiest for the Metropolitan police. Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, joined local officers to get an insight into the extra demands placed on officers keeping London safe throughout the festive period. Ms McCartney joined PC James Flesher and PCSO Mark Tilley to walk … Continue reading Joanne joins first ever ‘Walk the Met’