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


Police Surgeries October/November 2017

The police have announced further surgeries on the following dates; Thursday 12th October between 2-3pm at Waitrose, Ruislip Wednesday 18th October between 3-4pm at Eastcote Library Tuesday 24th October between 3-4pm at Manor Farm library Saturday 11th November between 5-6pm at McDonalds, High St Ruislip. Please feel free to drop in and discuss any policing […]

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Police Community Events for September 2017

The police are holding community events for residents to drop in and have a chat about any concerns they have. They will take place on the following dates and at the locations and times set out below: Eastcote & East Ruislip Ward 19th September at Eastcote Library 5-6pm 26th September at Manor Farm Library 2-3pm […]

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Police Surgeries for Ruislip Residents

Dear Residents, The Police Safer Neighbourhood Team have recently announced that they will be holding surgeries for local residents on the following dates and at the stated locations. I apologise that the first date had already passed before I could post this information but here are the remaining ones.   4 March between 2-3 pm […]

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Car Theft Scam!

If you see paper on the rear screen of your car, LEAVE IT, DRIVE OFF AND REMOVE IT LATER. It is natural to jump out of the car to remove the paper, but if you do, the criminal can jump in and drive off with any valuables in the car – which you are unlikely […]

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Crime Information Update

At a recent meeting of the Safer neighbourhood panels for West Ruislip and Eastcote and East Ruislip some useful points of information arose. First, if you hear an alarm ringing and you see suspicious activity then you should call the emergency 999 number and not 101 – for these occasions the police will always turn […]

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