Police in Hammersmith say they have stepped up high visibility foot patrols after abusive graffiti was daubed on a Polish Community centre.
Officials at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London have said they are "shocked and deeply concerned" following xenophobic abuse directed against its community in London and the UK.
Hammersmith Police have increase patrols after racist graffiti was posted on a Polish Centre.
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter says he is "disgusted" over graffiti daubed on a Polish cultural centre in his constituency.
Scotland Yard has confirmed it is investigating criminal damage at a Polish Centre in Hammersmith after reports of "racially motivated criminal damage".
A west London MP is investigating reports that a Polish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith has been daubed with graffiti.
Earlier, Mr Hands tweeted: "Am hearing that the Polish Centre in Hammersmith has been smeared with "Go Home". This is an unspeakable crime and is indescribably awful."
The centre confirmed the incident has been reported to the police.
Met Police made at total of 36 arrests during the operation for last night's England v Poland match at Wembley:
- 16 were for the possession of use of flares
- 6 drunk and disorderly
- 5 affray
- 2 possession of drugs
- 7 other offences including one for pitch invasion
Around 20,000 Polish fans are expected in Wembley tonight for England's World Cup qualifying match. Five pubs in Wembley have been allocated for Polish fans only. They are:
- 'The Torch', 1 Bridge Road
- 'Crock of Gold', 23 Bridge Road
- 'Crystals', South Way
- 'Liquor Station', 379 High Road
- 'Premier Inn', 151 Wembley Park Drive