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Friday, 12 August 2011

IPCC investigate claims over Milly Dowler case

The police watchdog says its investigating claims that a Surrey Police officer gave information about the Milly Dowler murder probe to the News of the World.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said it was looking in to the allegations after it received a voluntary referral from the force.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:01 pm  

Thursday, 11 August 2011

London - Surrey Cycle Classic - where to watch and map of route

Sporting enthusiasts will be getting a glimpse of the Olympics a year before the events this weekend.

148 elite cyclists will be taking part in the Surrey-Cycle Classic.

Rider Mark Cavandish will lead team GB.

Surrey’s Cabinet Member for Community services, Denise Saliagopoulos:

Where to watch the London- Surrey Cycle Classic on Sunday August 14th

The Mall - start 09.00 and finish 12.10
Fulham - 09.05 and 12.05
Putney - 09.10 and 12
Richmond Park - 09.15 and 11.55
Richmond - 09.20
Bushy Park - 09.30
Hampton Court Palace - 09.35 and 11.40
Walton-on-Thames - 09.45
Ripley Village - 10.05
Gomshall - 10.25
Westcott - 10.30
Dorking - 10.35
Box Hill (restricted access) - between 10.40 and 11.20
Esher - 11.35
Kingston - 11.50 (at which point riders will begin their return to central London, via Richmond Park, Putney and Fulham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Croydon Tramlink remains in dire straits
Croydon’s Tramlink network is still suffering after Monday’s rioting.

The service is suspended between East Croydon and Reeves Corner.

The overhead line cables were burnt out - buses are accepting tickets instead.

There’s no word of when repairs will be finished.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

CCTV image released of man following assault in Ealing
Detectives have now released CCTV footage as part of their investigation into the serious assault of a man in Ealing during Monday nights riots.

The 68 year old was attacked at about 10.45pm on Springbridge Road and remains in hospital in a critical condition.

The man suspected of carrying out the assault is described as black, with a big build, wearing a white t-shirt with writing on the front, and dark
coloured jumper over his shoulders.
Anyone with further information is encouraged to contact the incident room on 020 87214205.

Or to remain anonymous, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:58 pm  

Businesses in Wandsworth to receive loans to rebuild their shops
Businesses in Wandsworth damaged during the riots, are being offered loans from the council to help rebuild their livelihoods.

Traders can apply for the funds through the Town Centre Improvement scheme, which has changed following the unrest.

The council has already started to identify those who are eligible to apply.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

17 year old female arrested in Croydon
A 17 year old female from Croydon has been arrested on suspicion of burglary.

It is in connection with the violence and disorder in the town centre Monday night.

She has been remanded in custody,

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Cyclist seriously injured in Walton

A cyclist has been airlifted to hospital after a crash in Walton.

The rider was in collision with a car just after two this afternoon in Rydens Road.

He has serious injuries and has been flown to a hospital in London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Appeals to trace owner of dog found in riots
A young dog found wandering the streets after the riots in Hackney is recovering in South West London.

The Staffie was discovered scared and alone by a policeman in the early hours of Tuesday.

He took the dog to the Blue Cross Animal Centre in Merton High Street – where he’s been nicknamed Blaze.

He is not microchipped and welfare officers are appealing for his owners to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Surrey schoolgirl blogs her football success

Every year two members of Surrey County FA’s Football Futures Programme are selected to attend the National FA Football Futures Camp.

Josh Godfrey and Charlotte Cox were chosen out of 43 young people involved in the scheme aged between 14-19 to go to this year’s five day event, which was being held at The Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford.

The five day course gives the opportunity for like-minded young people to come together and take part in football workshops, learn new skills and develop their leadership skills.

Charlotte kept a diary during her time at the camp and here is how she got on during her five days in Hereford....
Charlotte’s Blog:

Name: Charlotte Cox
From: Lightwater
Age: 16
Supports: Tottenham
Favourite Player: Michael Dawson (I even walked out with him when England played France U21 at White Hart Lane!)
Position: Goalkeeper

Day 1
After a three-hour journey I arrived at Hereford. Everyone from The FA was really friendly and helpful when I was checking in and I was given a goody bag consisting of lots of sports clothes and equipment .
After a few ice-breakers we began our first activity which was talking about The Respect Campaign, where we discussed which areas of the game that could be improved. We decided a big problem in football was over-enthusiastic parents in football which can take the fun out of playing.

Day 2
The second day began bright and early at 7am as we had four workshops to complete! The first one was about refereeing and was held by Premier league official Michael Oliver.
We also had workshops that day on coaching and how to work with Under 11s, and the final session saw us learn how teams are run – looking at everything from the players to the managers as well as parents and physios.
An evening activity was organised at night during our stay and tonight’s was a quiz – which we lost!

Day 3
The highlight of my third day at the National FA Youth camp was a demonstration given by blind footballer John Gribson. He was absolutely amazing. John would run at walls and stop only 10cm away from them, just using the echo off the wall.
I held my own workshop U11s in association with Surrey Police and intend to incorporate something like this into my presentation.

The other sessions that day covered media training and disability football. That evening’s activity was a really fun – we did our own version of the X-Factor with lots of singing and dancing.

Day 4
My fourth day included information on becoming a Football Development Officer (FDO), which is what I would like to do when I’ve finished my education. An FDO helps to develop and raise awareness of the game in each county, and helps to run coaching and refereeing courses.

The evening activity this day was the best of the lot – a fancy dress disco, with the theme being ‘Superheroes.’ I went as RESPECT-REF, which saw me dress up in my referee’s kit with a red cape and mask, complete with oversize whistle and A4-sized red and yellow cards!

Day 5
The whole week absolutely flew by and I was so sad when it came round to the last day. After breakfast we had a closing ceremony which included awards and speeches. It was really emotional for everybody – even some of the boys had tears when we parted ways - and I made loads of really nice friends at the camp. It was great to be with loads of like-minded people and we’re already planning a reunion.

I will never forget the Football Futures Camp – it really was a fantastic week!

If you are interested in getting involved in the Football Futures Programme, please visit Surrey County FA’s website or contact Michelle Jeffcoate on:
Tel: 01372 384747 Email: [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Jackie reporter & former policeman Alan Walsh gives his view on England's riots
David Cameron says plans are in place for water cannon to be available to police to deal with any further riots.

The Prime Minister insists the fightback is succeeding.

He says there's evidence a "more robust approach to policing in London" had resulted in a much quieter night across the capital.

Radio Jackie newsreader Alan Walsh spent 30 years as a policeman in London working on the front line during many riots including Brixton in the 80's.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

Jackie reporter Sarah Lamptey helps with the Clapham Clean Up

Armed with mops and buckets, this was the scene in Clapham yesterday following Monday night's riots there.

Residents told us they are taking back the streets and taking pride in the clean up operation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Police release e-fit after man exposes himself in Esher
Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak to after a man exposed himself in Esher.

The incident took place just after 11 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday 26th July on Weston Green Road.

A woman was walking to Esher train station when she suspected a man was following her – when she turned round he was naked from the waist down.

The suspect then ran away from the woman and police have been unable to track him down.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Young offenders in Feltham stage sit-in
Officers have diffused a situation at Feltham Young Offenders Institution.

Around 20 inmates refused to leave the gym. Trained prison officers were sent in to calm the situation.

The gym was cleared around 12.30am.

No injuries have been reported.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 am  

Man arrested in connection with Reeves Corner fire in Croydon
Police investigating the large fire at Reeves Furniture store in Croydon Monday night have arrested a man in connection with the incident.

Detectives from Operation Withern arrested the 21-year-old on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.

He is being held at a south London police station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 am  

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Message from Reeves Family
Website temporarily unavailable

The directors and Reeves family wish to thank everyone for their kind support. The website will be back soon

The furniture shop went up in flames last night as riots broke out in Croydon. The business, which is over 100 years old, spans five generations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Murder investigation underway in Croydon
A murder investigation is underway in Croydon.

The 26 year old victim was shot in Duppas Hill Road last night as trouble flared across the area.

It's believed he travelled to Croydon with friends but got in a fight with another group just after 9 0'clock.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed a car chase involving a dark coloured estate and silver hatchback to come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 pm  

Reaction to last night's fire in Croydon

Trevor Reeves family furniture store has stood for more than 100 years in Croydon – but it’s been destroyed by fire.

The Fire Service is continuing to dampen down a number of blazes.

The London Fire Brigade have requested help from other neighbouring counties, including Surrey, but are coping with the increased workload.

Chairman of London’s Fire and Emergency Planning Authority Brian Coleman spoke to Radio Jackie's George Alderman.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

Riots Latest

There's been a third night of rioting in London and for the first time the trouble has spread to other cities.

Riot police have been on the streets as angry mobs attacked shops and vehicles and set buildings and cars on fire.

There's also been widespread looting.

There were major fires in Hackney and Croydon.

Trevor Reeves' family furniture store has stood for more than 100 years in Croydon - but it's been destroyed by fire.

He says he saw people running away from the building after torching it.

Meanwhile a 26-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital after being been shot during the riots in Croydon.

Police say the man was found inside a car on Warrington Road at around quarter past nine last night.

Two people, believed to be in their late twenties, were arrested at the scene on suspicion of handling stolen goods.

Mobs wearing masks and hurling missiles have also been on the rampage in Clapham, Peckham, Ealing and Camden.

Several shops have been smashed in and looted.

Scotland Yard's described the trouble as "gratuitous violence".

London's deputy mayor Kit Malthouse says it's been a "terrifying" night.

But he says the people responsible for violence will be prosecuted.

There have been similar scenes in Liverpool where commercial dustbins and vehicles were set alight and police were pelted with makeshift missiles.

Police in Bristol have closed the city centre to stop rioters getting access to the main shopping district.

Four people were arrested overnight for public order and criminal damage offences.

And in Birmingham, shops and businesses have been smashed and looted.

West Midlands Police have arrested around one hundred people.

David Cameron has flown back early from his holiday to chair an emergency meeting this morning.

The Prime Minister will meet the Home Secretary before talks begin.

Theresa May's described the rioting as "sheer criminality".

Following the violence some Londoners have vowed on social networking sites like Twitter to ‘take back their city’.

Residents in the worst affected areas have planned a number of clean-up operations.

A clean up in Clapham gets underway at 9am – while others will take place in East Croydon and Ealing at 10.

More information on that can be found at

Meanwhile a video of a woman standing up to rioters has gone viral on social networking sites.

And in sport, senior officials from the FA are meeting at Wembley amid fears tomorrow's friendly between England and Netherlands may be postponed.

It follows a third night of rioting in London.

Police will make the final decision - but 2 matches due to take place tonight in the capital have already been called off.

The Carling Cup fixtures between West Ham and Aldershot and Charlton and Reading will not take place this evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 am  

Reeves Corner Riots Images

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 am  

Trevor Reeves' furniture store in Croydon burns to the ground
Trevor Reeves' family furniture store has stood for more than 100 years in Croydon - but has been destroyed by arsonists.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 am  

The Met issues a Statement
The Met Police have just issued this statement:

Commander Christine Jones says the violence we have seen is simply

Ordinary people have had their lives turned upside down by
this mindless thuggery.

The Met will ensure that those responsible will face the consequences of their actions and be arrested."

The investigation into the disorder is continuing as we pursue those who
have engaged in this appalling violence.

So far, 225 people have been arrested and 36 people have been charged.

As part of the ongoing operation to protect London, more than 1,700
extra officers have been deployed tonight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 am  

Latest on the rioting in London: Audio Included
According to our sources, police are currently investigating a "non-fatal" shooting at the scene of the Croydon disturbances

No more details on that at the moment

In Croydon a number of buildings have been set alight, including Reeves furniture shop, which was founded five generations ago.

On twitter the London Fire Brigade say they expect to be on the scene all night.

There are 50 fire fighters at the scene and 10 fire engines.

It's believed the blaze spread to nearby buildings.

Earlier it's been reported that groups of youths wearing hoods and masks entered the store, stealing furniture before returning and setting fire to it.

Also in Croydon, firefighters are tackling a blaze of a four storey building on Derby Road.

Earlier tonight a bus was set on fire in Church Street.

Meanwhile in Clapham, there's been similar destructive scenes with looting and violence.

These two eye witnesses described what happened:

Reporter Mark Stone in Clapham says the police are under real pressure.

We are looking into reported disturbances in Ealing and also elsewhere across South West London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 8 August 2011

Riots spread to South West London
Riots are continuing across London for a third night.

Thousands of young people are on the streets in Lewisham, Peckham, Clapham Junction, Croydon and in Hackney.

Rioters have been throwing missiles, lighting fires, and targeting business and vehicles.

Shops have been smashed in and looted.

David Cameron is cutting short his Tuscany holiday - he'll fly home tonight to chair a meeting of the government's emergency committee, COBRA tomorrow.

Home Secretary Theresa May and London Mayor Boris Johnson have also abandoned their holidays.

So far more than 200 people have been arrested over the violence.

Police have appealed directly to parents to call their children so they can help to clear the streets.

Earlier this evening the violence spread to Birmingham where nine people have been arrested.

We'll keep you fully updated with travel bulletins throughout the night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 pm  

Rugby Union heroes hit Twickenham
England rugby union fans are getting the chance to meet their heroes in Twickenham today.

The squad is holding an open training session at the stadium ahead of next month’s World Cup in New Zealand.

Harlequins and England scrum-half Danny Care says it’ll be well worth the watch.

If you’re planning on going along training gets underway at 4.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:51 pm  

Police name West Norwood gun shot death
Police have named a man shot dead in south London.

20 year old Daniel Famakinwa from east London, was found with gun shot wounds to the chest in West Norwood in the early hours of Saturday.

He was taken to hospital where he later died.

Police believe the shooting followed an altercation between two groups of men at a bus stop.

Three people have been arrested and are currently being held at separate south London police stations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

Woking police clamp down on driving offences
Woking police scanned over seven thousand number plates in one day, last month.

It was part of the ‘Drive Smart’ campaign – a crackdown against bad behaviour on Surrey’s roads.

Drivers were stopped for offences including speeding and not wearing a seatbelt.

Safer neighbourhood teams in Woking and Surrey Heath set up the ‘road education and enforcement day’ after complaints from concerned residents.

Surrey County Council have pledged a million pounds to the “Drive Smart” campaign, which launched in 2009.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Home Secretary flys back to London following London riots
Home Secretary Theresa May is flying back to London to meet the Metropolitan Police about this weekend's riots.

It follows a second night of disturbances in the capital, with incidents occurring across the city, including in the tourist areas of Oxford Circus.

Other serious violence happened in Enfield, Brixton, Waltham Forest, and at Kings College Hospital.

Conservative MP for Enfield North, Nick de Bois, believes that last night's disorder was completely different to what occurred in Tottenham on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Lukaku transfers to Chelsea FC
Chelsea target Romelu Lukaku is set to fly into London today to complete his transfer to Stamford Bridge.

The 18-year-old, who’s expected to cost an initial 13-million pounds, will have a medical and sign a five-year contract.

It’s thought the move from Belgian club Anderlecht could end up costing the Blues around 20-million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Brangelina rent Richmond pad
'Brangelina' have been spotted taking their brood to see a show in London's West End.

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their six children have been renting a mansion in Richmond, while Brad's been filming the zombie epic World War Z.

Yesterday the Hollywood family celebrated Maddox's 10th birthday with a trip to see the award winning musical Wicked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 pm  

Tooting gets cash for town centre
London mayor Boris Johnson has awarded a 194 thousand pound grant to help bring more buzz to Tooting town centre.

The money comes from the mayor's Outer London Fund.

It was set up to regenerate town centres, and will be spent on helping to make Tooting a hub for arts, crafts and locally-produced goods.

The grant needs to be spent by the end of March 2012.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

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