Reported crime in the ward is now more than 9% on the same three month period as last year, police have said.
Revealing the figures at the Thornton Safer Neighbourhood Panel meeting, where residents hold local police to account, the Met officers said that good progress continues to be made.
However there are still too many burglaries and street robberies and everyone is urged to keep windows and doors locked and valuables out of sight.
Councillor Ed Davie who sits on the panel said: “Any crime is too much but it is good to see that the figures continue to fall in this area. By lobbying for better security on Clapham Park Estate and helping to pay for a new play facility for teenagers we councillors are trying to do our bit to help.”