7 November 2015 – Crime Update
- On 1st November 2015 at 9.30pm and 10.10pm there was a burglary in Tadorne Road. Reference 45150099628
- 3rd November 2015 between 07:45am and 8:30pm there was another burglary in Forest Drive. Reference 45150100279
Did you see or hear anything or have information which may assist the police in their enquiries. Please phone 101 if you can assist quoting the relevant reference.
We do not want residents to be worried about this but would like to make you aware so that you can remain vigilant and take precautionary measures.
We have also provided some guidelines below to keep your home safe and secure:
- Consider a sensor light outside your home address.
- If possible, park your car in a garage and lock both the car and the garage and side gate.
- CCTV and fake CCTV cameras are available and may deter car crimers and burglars.
- If you go on holiday ask a neighbour to keep an eye out for the home and vehicle.
- Use timer lights and leave the radio on and ask a neighbour to pop in and remove the post.
- Do not leave keys and personal possessions on show at any window.
- Fit a tracking device to your vehicle (and ensure you know how to activate it)
- Secure number plates with tamper proof or clutch head screws.
- Have the vehicles registration number or vehicle identification number (VIN) etched on each window.
- If you do not have a Neighbourhood watch please do consider this as it does have many benefits.
- Make sure the curtains are shut and some lights are on if you are going out in the evening
- Consider the use of IMMOBILISE which can register your most valued items on the internet for us to check when we find them in a warrant.
If you would like any home security advice please contact 101
A Date for your Diary:
You are all invited to a Panel Meeting at 7.30pm on Wednesday 13 January 2016– where you can chat to a panel from the Police.
PC 3519 Carmen Lambert Singer
To report a crime or incident or to contact your Safer Neighbourhood Team call 101.
Only call 999 in a genuine emergency requiring urgent police attendance