Introducing new Neighbourhoods Inspector Jon Mcloughlin
28 September 2021
Author: Jon Mcloughlin
Title: Neighbourhoods Inspector for Richmond
I have been meeting residents and those who work and visit the borough this month, as I replace Inspector Rebecca Robinson, who is moving on from the borough.
I'm very happy to return to neighbourhoods as the Inspector for Richmond, and I’m keen to ensure that the local teams can provide a good service for those who need it.
I have been based in Twickenham, heading one of the response teams for the boroughs of Kingston and Richmond for several years, and before that I served as a PC at Twickenham from 1998 to 2001, returning as a Sgt in 2007 to the present time.
I'm keen for my neighbourhood officers to be seen out on their wards, meeting locals and ensuring residents have a local police presence they can talk to about crime, anti-social behaviour and other persistent problems on the borough.
Richmond is a fantastic area, and I’m keen to ensure it remains one of the safest boroughs in London.
I hope that my officers will continue to be able to provide a great presence in the community, and I know that they will continue to meet residents by attending local events as well as on their patrols.
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