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How to get in touch with your Havering neighbourhood police team

PUBLISHED: 10:00 28 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:50 28 August 2018

Picture: PA/Joe Giddens

Picture: PA/Joe Giddens

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The London Metropolitian Police is encouraging residents to contact their local ward officers and find out the latest crime stats in their area.

The role of ward officers as part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) is to act as a direct point of contact for residents living in a specific ward if they need any help or advice.

A spokesman from Havering’s police officers said: “For non-emergencies please contact the local NPT or call 101.

“NPT officers work shifts five days a week.”

Residents can also visit to the Met’s website at met.police.uk/a/your-area/ to find local ward information on crime status, the local ward twitter feed and can request a contact from the local ward form.

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