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Inspector Ged Boyer ends two successful years at local station
After two years at Chiswick, Inspector Ged Boyer is leaving to take on a new role managing the three custody suites across Hounslow Borough.
During his term in charge crime levels fell consistently with reported offences down by 3% in 2004 after a similar decline in 2003. He also introduced a range of initiatives to tackle burglary including a 'hot-spotting' analysis to predict where burglars might strike.
He said “I have thoroughly enjoyed my two-year term at Chiswick and I am very grateful for the support I have received from everyone I have worked with including the local community, councillors and the local authority. "
He added, “I am very pleased that each year I have been in post, Chiswick has experienced successive reductions in crime. This achievement has been the result of many different approaches towards tackling crime and anti-social behaviour, through increased pro-active work, adopting problem solving policing methods and by establishing strong and effective partnerships with other agencies."
April 22, 2005