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Local updates for Bulwell

Local update: August 2015: Bulwell Neighbourhood

August 2015

Crime update

In comparison with August 2014, we have seen reductions in serious acquisitive crime which incorporate dwelling burglary, robbery and vehicle crimes. The number of cars being broken into has shown a reduction, as have dwelling burglaries.

Crime prevention advice

As we are now approaching autumn and the lighter nights are getting dark earlier we would like to remind residents of being conscious of leaving windows and doors unlocked when not within your premises to try and prevent an opportunist from taking advantage.

Good news stories

Burglary arrests

We are pleased to say that we have recently arrested and charged an individual for a number of dwelling burglaries and this person has been sentenced at court to a custodial sentence.

Community football project

Also up and running is a community football project for people aged between 10 years and 24 years old being run at Bulwell Academy 7pm and 9pm every Friday night, this is FREE to attend so come along and join us.

See it? Report it

If you would like to report antisocial behaviour, you can call us on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Advice guide - Home security

Most domestic burglaries are committed by opportunist thieves looking for the easiest way of getting into your home without being seen or disturbed.

Look at your home through the eyes of a burglar. Are there places where a burglar could break into your home without being seen? How would you get in if you had forgotten your keys? If you could get inside, so could a burglar.

Follow the advice on this page to help secure your home.

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