A county lines drug dealer from Cricklewood has been jailed after being arrested in Dover as part of an ongoing campaign to tackle drug supply in the area.

Brent’s police chief has pledged to write to the council’s planning department following complaints of crime in new build estates.

Dawn Butler MP has met with Scotland Yard’s top chief to talk about reforms to stop and search law after she herself was stopped.

Members of the public are invited to quiz Brent’s borough commander on any policing or crime queries they have.

Brent Central’s MP Dawn Butler has accused police of racially profiling her after a vehicle she was travelling in was pulled over for questioning.

A man has admitted the manslaughter of his estranged wife in Stonebridge but denied murdering her in an arson attack after allegedly spying on her with secret cameras.

An woman has been taken to hospital following a hit and run incident in Kenton.

A Met policeman who resigned after reversing his cop car into a post - would have been sacked for trying to cover it up.

Disorder at an unlicensed music event in W9 on Friday night saw five arrests – including for alleged violent disorder, breaches of Covid-19 lockdown rules and racially aggravated public order offences towards police officers.

Prolific drug dealing, street drinking and how to divert young people from crime were the hot topics during a live Zoom call with readers and Harlesden and Stonebridge police officers.

Crime in Harlesden and Stonebridge and what is being done about it is the subject of a free zoom Q&A with officers.

A car smashed into two other vehicles following a police chase in Willesden.

A Neasden drug addict has been jailed for a year after coughing at police officers while claiming to have the Covid-19 virus.

A man is to appear in court charged with harassing a couple from Brent.

Brent Civic Centre showed solidarity with the global Black Lives Matter campaign by lighting up its building in Wembley Park.

A Harlesden grocery store has been closed by police for ongoing criminality.

Brent Central’s MP is urging “predominantly young people” to avoid illegal street parties while the pandemic is still live following a block party in Harlesden.

Eleven police officers were assaulted at an illegal street party that saw more than 500 people descend on Church End & Roundwood.

Massive crowds attended an illegal street party in Harlesden as police helicopters hovered overheard.

Police have launched an investigation after a “shameless” driver ran from a hit and run on the A406.

A Harlesden burglar has been jailed for six years for a string of offences in west London.

A police officer has been charged with sexual offences alleged to have occurred in a Wembley hotel while he was on duty.

A stop & search order has been placed on large swathes of Brent due to escalating violence.

A five-year-old boy is stable in hospital after falling from a property window in Kilburn.

A man has been jailed for more than six months for spitting at hotel staff and a police officer in Wembley.


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