Your Safer Neighbourhoods Team (SNT) is a group of Met police officers dedicated to serving your community. The team is made up of officers based in your area (or 'ward'), supported by additional officers from the wider area.


They work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide policing priorities for the area. This helps them to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems, while maintaining a wider focus on reducing crime across London.


The Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) conducts a Community Contact Point (Drop-in Surgery) for one hour each week at the Sudbury SNT Office, Vale Farm Sports Centre, Watford Road, HA0 3HG This is an opportunity for residents to meet the Sudbury SNT and raise any local concerns.


The team is


Miroslav Petras Police Constable
Reshma Sharma Police Constable
Joseph Mahony Police Community Support Officer
Stephen Hicks Acting Police Sergeant


Safer Neighbourhood
Tel 020 7161 8066 or 07920 233756
In emergency always call
For non-emergencies call
0300 123 1212 (Met Police)
or 101 (Local Brent Police)
STRA are represented on the safer neighbourhoods ward panel. If there are local issues of concern that you wish to be brought to the attention of the team please let STRA know. Contact Renu Kaul.
Please report non-emergency incidents by ringing 101 so that the incident is logged and recorded on the police statistics. Resources are allocated to the area based on crime statistics so if crimes are not reported we will have fewer police allocated to the ward.

Voice Your Concerns - a message from our local police

A mesage from our local police


Hello everyone,


We would like to make you aware of the new & exciting, enhanced feature added to our Sudbury SNT website page.


It is called: “Voice Your Concerns” (VYC).


It is an online polling function.


It will allow Londoners to select & vote, every month, for up to three issues of concern in their area.


The VYC search function is based on synonyms. So, a user cannot type any word or phrase into the search bar then select & vote for it. For example, while the search function does recognise “mugging” you cannot select that word. The search bar will give you the options of “Business robbery”, “Personal robbery” or “Theft from a person”. This list of synonyms is exhaustive, but the designers will not have been able to identify every possible issue. However they will be able to see what terms people are entering in the search bar, & they will add further concerns based on this data.


Once you have selected a concern or added a new one to the existing list, you can vote for the concerns.


Having voted, you will be taken to a page where you can see your votes & where you have the option to “Tell Us More”. After clicking through “Tell Us More”, you will be able to provide more detail about your concerns via an online form, such as where & when it is happening & who is involved.  You will also be able to enter your details so that if needs be, we the local Safer Neighbourhood Team can contact you to gain more detail. The words on the form have been carefully written so that the person submitting the concern should not automatically expect a response, even if you do enter full contact details.


Once the form is complete, you will be able to review & submit it.


Submitted forms will come through to our SNT mailbox, & will be checked every shift that we are on duty.


The website will record the results of previous months’ polls, that you & everyone else will be able to see.



Kind Regards


Sudbury Safer Neighbourhood Team

Metropolitan Police

Bogus Callers


Bogus callers can sound believable. Make sure in your own mind that they are whom they claim to be by following these simple steps:


A] Think before you open the door - use your chain and spy hole or look out of the window to see if you recognise them.


B] If you are not expecting anyone and they do not have an appointment, do NOT let them in.  If they persist, call police on 999 immediately.


C] Beware of callers who attempt to distract you by claiming that they have seen something untoward in your garden or somewhere which may encourage you to leave your house - they may have an accomplice awaiting this distraction.


D] If you are not convinced of the identity of the caller, don't let them in.  Ask the caller to come back later and arrange for a friend, relative or neighbour to be present on their return or ask the caller to contact this person.


E] Treat every stranger with caution. If you are worried, dial 999 immediately and ask for the police.


News from the Safer Neighbourhood Team

The SNT wish to inform you PC McCauley has been promoted to acting Sergeant of Tokyngton and Preston Wards.  As you are all aware Paul has carried out some outstanding work whilst in his role as DWO and his promotion is much deserved. STRA wishes him well in his new role but are saddened to see him leave.


To ensure a smooth handover the team already have a replacement.  PC Lenio Kouppari has taken over this role and has had a full handover from Paul. 


PC Kouppari has been given permission to buy a new mobile phone for the ward.  When we have this number STRA will forward it onto you.  It will be direct access to the Sudbury team whilst they are on duty.  This number can be shared with all residents.  The team have a second officer joining the ward from the 14 November and  hope to be allocated a PCSO. 


Join us!

Do you live in Sudbury? Are you passionate about improving the area? Guess what, so are we!


We've got regular meetings, plenty of social events and a burning desire to maintain everything that's great about Sudbury – and see what we can do to improve the not-so-great parts too.


Join STRA today and do as much or as little as you like.

Tel: 020 8144 5645



Get involved!

Are you good at anything? Do you have skills we might need?


Seriously, anything at all!


Whatever skills or experience you have, we could use your help. We've got lots of ongoing campaigns, projects and ideas and we would simply love it if you got involved!


To find out more about getting involved, email, with the subject heading "Get involved!", and briefly introduce yourself.


Next Meeting 

For details of the next members meeting and a write up of our AGM click here. 

Christmas Party

The Christmas party was a great sussess. Look out for some photos soon.

Social Media

STRA has two Facebook Pages, one for general STRA matters and one for events. Sudbury Town also has its own Facebook page.