Top cop to visit borough

THE head of the Metropolitan Police in London is coming to Walthamstow next week to speak to residents.

Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe will hold the talk at Walthamstow Academy school in Billet Road on Wednesday November 21.

A Met spokesman said: "The Commissioner will be talking about his vision for the Metropolitan Police and how it will effect local policing in your area.

"You will also have the opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas about policing in your area and London."

It takes place between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. Doors open at 6pm and entry is strictly on a first-come-first-served basis.

Refreshments will also be available.

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3:30pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Cornbeefur says...

This is fantastic news.

I think it is an ideal opportunity to ask The Commisioner what he proposes to do about the increased crime rate and to resolve the numerous unsolved Murders, Rapes, Vicious Assaults, and Robberies that remain on their books, after they have closed the local Police Station down.

I hope he leaves no stone unturned in establishing why these remain so.

This is no time for Cranberry Tinted Chequered Spectacles.



I do hope there is an attendance as enthusiastic as those who want to resuurect Dogs chasing fluffy toy hares round in circles.
This is fantastic news. I think it is an ideal opportunity to ask The Commisioner what he proposes to do about the increased crime rate and to resolve the numerous unsolved Murders, Rapes, Vicious Assaults, and Robberies that remain on their books, after they have closed the local Police Station down. I hope he leaves no stone unturned in establishing why these remain so. This is no time for Cranberry Tinted Chequered Spectacles. I do hope there is an attendance as enthusiastic as those who want to resuurect Dogs chasing fluffy toy hares round in circles. Cornbeefur
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4:13pm Thu 15 Nov 12

E17_er says...

I didn't realize it was a session for non-residents
I didn't realize it was a session for non-residents E17_er
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5:03pm Thu 15 Nov 12

InThe Know says...

Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest.

Your incessant rambling is getting boring now!
Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest. Your incessant rambling is getting boring now! InThe Know
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5:33pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Cornbeefur says...

InThe Know wrote:
Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest.

Your incessant rambling is getting boring now!
You may view the Reported Crime Figures through Cranberry Tinted Spectacles but the word on the street is that Crime is rife and rising, people do not bother to report it a lot of the time and Anti Social Crime is not even worth bothering about as there are no Police Officers around to deal with such 'trivial matters' in the view of Police.

Matters will get worse with the further closure of Police stations in a nd around the Borough.

The safest place to be must be Sewardstone, where the Police can be found parked up eating vast quantities of Fry Ups.
[quote][p][bold]InThe Know[/bold] wrote: Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest. Your incessant rambling is getting boring now![/p][/quote]You may view the Reported Crime Figures through Cranberry Tinted Spectacles but the word on the street is that Crime is rife and rising, people do not bother to report it a lot of the time and Anti Social Crime is not even worth bothering about as there are no Police Officers around to deal with such 'trivial matters' in the view of Police. Matters will get worse with the further closure of Police stations in a nd around the Borough. The safest place to be must be Sewardstone, where the Police can be found parked up eating vast quantities of Fry Ups. Cornbeefur
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5:49pm Thu 15 Nov 12

E17_er says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
InThe Know wrote:
Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest.

Your incessant rambling is getting boring now!
You may view the Reported Crime Figures through Cranberry Tinted Spectacles but the word on the street is that Crime is rife and rising, people do not bother to report it a lot of the time and Anti Social Crime is not even worth bothering about as there are no Police Officers around to deal with such 'trivial matters' in the view of Police.

Matters will get worse with the further closure of Police stations in a nd around the Borough.

The safest place to be must be Sewardstone, where the Police can be found parked up eating vast quantities of Fry Ups.
Word on the street....

Is this like the word that said that murder rates were higher than they were ten years ago despite them being half what they were?

I presume people just aren't bothering to report them nowadays.

Corned Beef. Often suffers from rancidity due to the excessive salt....
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InThe Know[/bold] wrote: Cornbeefur, get a life. Do you ever shut up you idiot! Crime is down in Waltham Forest. Your incessant rambling is getting boring now![/p][/quote]You may view the Reported Crime Figures through Cranberry Tinted Spectacles but the word on the street is that Crime is rife and rising, people do not bother to report it a lot of the time and Anti Social Crime is not even worth bothering about as there are no Police Officers around to deal with such 'trivial matters' in the view of Police. Matters will get worse with the further closure of Police stations in a nd around the Borough. The safest place to be must be Sewardstone, where the Police can be found parked up eating vast quantities of Fry Ups.[/p][/quote]Word on the street.... Is this like the word that said that murder rates were higher than they were ten years ago despite them being half what they were? I presume people just aren't bothering to report them nowadays. Corned Beef. Often suffers from rancidity due to the excessive salt.... E17_er
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6:15pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Miss Magoo says...

On all the occasions I've been to Walthamstow to either visit family or shop down the market I've always seen a large police presence in the area on foot patrol or in cars and vans. The police on street patrol are easy to spot, they've all started wearing hi-vis jackets so why others fail to see them and say there are no police officers around is quite the mystery.
On all the occasions I've been to Walthamstow to either visit family or shop down the market I've always seen a large police presence in the area on foot patrol or in cars and vans. The police on street patrol are easy to spot, they've all started wearing hi-vis jackets so why others fail to see them and say there are no police officers around is quite the mystery. Miss Magoo
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6:28pm Sun 18 Nov 12

E17_er says...

Some people prefer to deal in fantasy, in order to attempt to annoy, rather than fact.
Some people prefer to deal in fantasy, in order to attempt to annoy, rather than fact. E17_er
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2:47pm Wed 21 Nov 12

pickme58 says...

Cornbeefur cannot understand that no one cares about his opinion. Word on the street?? I thought it was you driving around in that green fiesta blasting britney spears on wanstead high st.. Wasn't sure then but am now. Fool.

Cornybeef please go home.
Cornbeefur cannot understand that no one cares about his opinion. Word on the street?? I thought it was you driving around in that green fiesta blasting britney spears on wanstead high st.. Wasn't sure then but am now. Fool. Cornybeef please go home. pickme58
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