The Metropolitan Police are currently reviewing their future estates programme, and Uxbridge Police station is under threat of closure after the Conservative Council failed to save it.
After Boris Johnson closed the West Drayton police station, we only have three police stations in the borough. Uxbridge is a modern, purpose-built police station that acts as a base of operation for police officers in the middle of Hillingdon.
Cllr Peter Curling, Leader of Hillingdon Labour Councillors, and Danny Beales, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, have written an open letter to the Chief Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Mark Rowley, asking that it be kept open.
If you agree with Peter and Danny that Uxbridge Police Station should be kept open, you can add your name to the letter by filling out the form below:
You can view the letter in full here:Uxbridge Police Station Open Letter
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Promoted by Thomas Campbell on behalf of Hillingdon Labour Party, both at Labour Hall, Pump Lane, Hayes, UB3 3NB and Danny Beales, at 4 Landleys Field, N7 0BS.