Friday 24 September 2021

Murder of Sabina Nessa

Following the devastating murder of Sabina Nessa locally, please see here the council response, 

Officers investigating the murder of Sabina Nessa have released details of the route she was travelling at the time of the attack in the hope that any further witnesses will come forward.

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 0208 721 4266 or Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Claire, ATA security 

Sunday 12 September 2021

Safer Neighbourhood September Update

The Greenwich West Safer Neighbourhoods Panel met on Zoom on Tuesday 7th September. Below is a summary of that meeting: 

Within the Triangle

Resident has reported that their rubbish has been rifled through- please ensure that you shred confidential documents and destroy those with personal details on.

Drug dealing continues from Merriweather Place. Police are aware.

Burglaries have increased. Police will be doing set patrols to monitor this. Please ensure doors and windows are secured.

Greenwich Town centre

Spate of graffiti on businesses, ORNC, bus stops - large police, business and council effort to catch the individual.

Distraction thefts - keep phones and wallets etc in a safe place. If approached for help or assistance by a stranger, ensure your valuables are securely away before assisting.

Pedal cycles- theft of cycles in town centre is rising again- ensure your bike is locked securely with more than one lock.

Other local areas

Brookmill Park- knifepoint robbery reported- please be aware of your surroundings and avoid dark/shaded areas late at night.

ASB including drugs reported on The Point. Please continue to report to police if witnessed.

Please remember to report all crimes to the police. If not urgent, report this to 101 or online. Call 999 in case of emergency.


ATA Security


Emergency dial 999

Non Emergency dial 101

Greenwich Safer Neighbourhood Team: 020 8284 5494 (not 24 hour)


Tuesday 7 September 2021

Swift Boxes Update

In August the Green Hub bought three swift boxes to support the local swift population. These have now been fitted by St Marks onto the side of their tower. Here’s hoping they are occupied next year .. although apparently it can take a few years. Thanks to St Marks. 

Alison Haworth