Police Points

Brian Gunn

Welcome to the Police pages, which are designed to provide Ruislip residents with information and articles on local police matters.

Our area comes under three Safer Neighbourhood Teams, one for each of the three wards:


  • Sgt Damian Keyes
  • PC Chanelle Drumond
  • PC Dewayne Hamilton
  • PCSO Kara Remick
  • PCSO Gemma Robinson


  • Sgt Damian Keyes
  • PC Ajay Shah
  • PC Andy Phillips
  • PCSO Gurbinder Sandhu


  • Sgt Paul Bishop
  • PC Aran Johnston
  • PC Darren Roe
  • PCSO Paul Brighton

Map of Police Wards


Safer Neighbourhood Panels

Each Council Ward has a Safer Neighbourhood Panel comprising representatives from our local communities and the local Safer neighbourhood Police team( headed by a Police Sergeant). The Met are looking to widen participation in the panels to include such as local businesses, youth and residents’ representation. If you are interested in becoming a member of […]

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Phone Call and email message scams

Just a reminder about telephone call scams that are prevalent at the moment and are 100% fake! Phone call scammers use equipment that makes it look like they are calling from a genuine number! First – alleged calls from Virgin media asking if your broadband has been slow! This is a favourite at the moment […]

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Telephone Scam HMRC

This is just a reminder about the above scam mobile (and landline?) calls purporting to be from HMRC which is resurfacing again. Briefly, a call is made (usually from a mobile number)and the recipient is told that it is from HMRC and that you are being taken to court. You are asked to press 1 […]

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Scams and also e-scooters

1 Scams Please be aware that there are several new email scams in circulation! One such example relates to the anti-covid-19 jabs rollout. The scam asks you to respond to the email by inputting private details and bank details – the NHS do not, and will not ever ask for bank details!  Others may at […]

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More about Scams

Just a note to remind everyone to be alert for scam e-mails! One of the most prevalent is an  e-mail stating that a payment – usually for your TV licence – has not been able to be collected and asking you to follow the link in the email to “update your details”. These are another […]

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