Lynne Featherstone MP joined two policemen and a neighbourhood watch representative on a local walk in Crouch End.
They discussed tackling burglary and vehicle crime in the local area, as well as preventative measures to deter anti-social behaviour and crimes against the person.
Crime in Haringey has fallen in the last five years. Crime across the country has also dropped drastically – last year reaching its lowest level in 33 years.
New police recruits are also due to come to Haringey as part of a mentoring programme.
Lynne Featherstone MP commented:
“The fall in crime in Haringey and across the UK is really welcome news – but there is still much more to be done, particularly on violent crimes and crimes against the person.
“The local police do a fantastic job around here. It was great to join them on the walk-about and see them in action.”