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Halloween Approaches!

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 11:58:24 +0000

Halloween is traditionally a time of fun, each year though the police deal with a number of Halloween-related incidents involving criminal damage and anti-social behaviour. Calls, tricks or pranks may be harmless fun to some but can cause real distress to others so be aware that police will take a firm stand against anyone causing […]

Theft from the Person

Tue, 15 Oct 2013 20:36:43 +0000

Theft From the Person is a police term generally made up of two distinct types of theft: (1) Snatch Theft (e.g. handbags, purses and mobile phones) where a small amount of violence is used purely to ‘snatch’ the item rather than offering any force against the victim. (2) Stealth Theft (e.g. picking a pocket or […]


Sun, 11 Aug 2013 18:10:52 +0000

Have you been a victim of a shed, house, garage or outbuilding break in and had property stolen such a distinctive bike, valuable tools, or electrical equipment including mobile phones, I-Pads or televisions etc.? You can assist the police (and yourself) in helping to identify your stolen property, by first of all searching for the […]

Do you know how to report a fraud?

Tue, 18 Jun 2013 13:38:47 +0000

Action Fraud was introduced as part of the Attorney General’s Fraud Review back in 2006 and has now finally gone live nationally following successful pilot schemes across the country. National figures suggest that Fraud costs this country £73 billion every year and that’s only based on the crimes that are actually reported! If you believe […]

Home Security over the Half Term

Tue, 21 May 2013 11:25:31 +0000

As half term (and hopefully better weather) approaches it is time to begin thinking about security in and around your home. Whether you are simply going out for the day or lucky enough to be going away on a short holiday a would-be thief or burglar will be fully aware that there is a good […]

Join Us On Facebook And Win A Personal Safety Kit

Wed, 13 Mar 2013 12:23:46 +0000

It’s competition time again! We have a fantastic Personal Safety Kit Giveaway we’d like to offer to all our Facebook friends old and new from Crime Prevention Products. We will be giving away a Personal Safety Kit to one lucky follower of our Facebook page. Our Prize Draw will take place on Tuesday the 2nd […]

Using Fake Cameras For Home Security

Thu, 22 Nov 2012 13:42:11 +0000

The debates over the usage of Closed Circuit Cameras on our British streets forever rages on. There are plenty of positve and negative arguments around using CCTV as a preventative action to help reduce street crime. We’ve also seen the rise of CCTV being used in Schools and local transport such as buses and trains. […]

Cash is King But Don’t Let Forged Money Make a Joker Out of You

Fri, 28 Sep 2012 11:33:55 +0000

As the song goes, ‘Money Makes the World Go Round‘, but how would you feel, if you happened to take your hard earned cash to the bank only to be told by the clerk that it’s worthless? Each year in Britain, tens of millions of counterfeit cash finds its way into circulation! In-fact, as far […]

Don’t Break the Bank to Protect your Possessions

Fri, 27 Apr 2012 09:18:48 +0000

When it comes to protecting your treasured possessions, there are various home security devices which residents can install to ensure they’re safe from harm… Modern Wireless Burglar Alarms that will alert you, your close neighbours and inform the authorities that someone is trying to gain entrance to your property… Home CCTV systems and garden security […]

Don’t Miss Out On Your Easter Holiday Caravan Meetup

Thu, 22 Mar 2012 12:01:16 +0000

With the Easter holidays looming and the warmer weather starting to grace our shores this can only mean one thing for some, it’s time to hitch up the caravan and head-off for the first big caravan meet of the year. In just a few weeks time, thousands of caravans will be hitting our roads, as […]