Park Langley Residents' Association

To promote and protect the interests of the residents of Park Langley

Neighbourhood Watch has become a sub committee of the Residents' Association, providing input to the committee at its monthly meetings. It also meets on its own to discuss matters and initiatives relating to the Park Langley area.
Crime report for Shortlands Ward April 2020


Dear Residents,


Please see below the crime record for the period from 1st April to 15th April. 

The lockdown has seen a considerable drop in crime hence only two offences.

Re the barbecue theft in Newbury Road.  Due to current circumstances people are spending a lot more time in their gardens at the moment so it’s probably a good idea to be careful with any expensive items used in gardens and trying to put them securely in your home or garage when not being used.  

Good to see some of you about and chat while I’m out patrolling.  Although home visits are not allowed at the moment please feel free to call or email.

If you do want to see us in person we can stand on the pavement while you stand on the driveway although for more sensitive issues this wouldn’t be advisable.

Other than that stay safe and remain vigilant.  Very pleased to see people taking appropriate precautions.  

Thank you as always for your help and support.


Kind Regards



Adam CHARLES | PCSO 7572PY | Albemarle House SNT Base

Shortlands Dedicated Ward Officer


(Telephone - External: 02087212614
+Mail: Albemarle House, Unit 3, Albemarle Road, Bromley, BR3 5LN


Shortlands Crime Record 01/04/20- 15/04/20

Vehicle Interference-:

14/04/20- 15/04/20.  Overnight.  Kingswood Avenue.  Vehicle broken into on driveway.  Suspect attempted to start vehicle but was unable to as the battery was flat.


15/04/20.  Mid-morning.  Barbecue stolen from garden.

The Safer Neighbourhood Police team is in place to provide community policing.


PC Prash

PCSO Adam Charles


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Mobile no: 07920 233 848



All non emergency police calls, dial 101


Of course if it is serious, you still dial 999.