#AceNewsReport – Oct.16: Police are appealing for information and witnesses after a man was stabbed in Camden: The man was taken to hospital where his condition has been assessed as not life-threatening.
#AceDailyNews reports that MET Officers are appealing for information or witnesses after a 26yr-old-man was found with stab injuries early morning Saturday in Camden High Street, Can you help?
16 October 2021 08:55
Detectives from Central North CID are investigating. There has been no arrest at this early stage:
Anyone with information or any witnesses who are yet to speak with police are asked to call 101, ref 1384/16oct. To remain anonymous, please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers.
#AceNewsReport – Aug.25: Officers will identify and target the most serious offenders and tackle the key drivers of violence, while identifying specific issues which allows them to build vital relationships, deter these crimes and make communities feel safer: The operation will utilise a variety of intelligence-led tactics including, but not limited to, stop and search activity and will include regular operations.
#AceDailyNews says ‘Operation Surge’ is a joint operation involving officers from across the MET, including the Violent Crime Taskforce (VCTF) and Taskforce, and targets violence in open spaces on London’s streets.
On Friday, 20 August officers from the VCTF and Taskforce carried out proactive patrols in Camden seeking to target not only those who carry and use knives, but also the supply, access and importation of weapons and gang related violence. Another key focus for the unit was to address drug-related violence providing a preventative and enforcement-led response to the issue: In total the latest phase of operation which ran on Friday resulted in four arrests for various offences.
Sergeant Paul Oladimeji from the Violent Crime Task Force said: This surge activity highlights the ongoing work officers are doing to remove dangerous weapons and drugs from our streets. Our key aim was to focus on deterring these crimes and making communities feel safer: Tackling violent crime in communities across London is the Met’s top priority. We are working incredibly hard to take weapons off the street, engage and reassure the public, and keep our communities safe. We cannot work alone to combat this issue, we need everyone to come together to create lasting and effective solutions: The result of Friday’s operation reflects our relentless work to identify and detain violent offenders as lockdown lifts over the summer.”
Police strongly encourage anyone with information about violence or knife crime in your area to contact Crimestoppers. They never ask your name and they cannot trace your call, your IP address or the device you use.
#AceNewsReport – Aug.16: A large crowd was attending a BBQ in a communal open space in Clarence Gardens, NW1, when up to five unknown males arrived and indiscriminately discharged a firearm injuring four people…
#AceDailyNewsreports MET Specialist Crime North Reactive team are investigating the incident: And appeal for witnesses & information after shooting in Camden, anyone with concerns is encouraged to speak to the officers or to make police aware using the two contact options above: At this early stage there have been no arrests.
Police, including firearms officers, attended along with paramedics from London Ambulance Service: Four people are currently recovering in a local hospital. They are a 19-year-old woman; a 17 year-old woman; a 28-year-old man and a 73 year-old woman: Their conditions are not thought to be life threatening.
DS Val John-Baptiste, of Specialist Crime North, said: “I need to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or saw anything suspicious in and around Clarence Gardens, NW1: We thoroughly investigate every shooting in London – every incident and every weapon on our streets is of great concern to us. We know that Londoners feel exactly the same, and that’s why it is vital that anyone with information shares with us what they know, either directly with police or anonymously via Crimestoppers.”
Police appeal to anyone with footage of the incident and or any information to call police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting reference CAD 7619/14 August. Information can also be provided anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111 or at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/.