The Crime Prevention Website

The latest crime prevention and home security news and comment from The Crime Prevention Website.  Feel free to add your comment to the posts and if you are a member of the police service or a Neighbourhood Watch and would like us to highlight something you're up to in the world of crime prevention and home security do please get in touch using Contact.

This is the latest information from Essex police concerning an increase in the theft from commercial vans. As this problem is countrywide I thought it would be useful to publish their information on this website. This from Stephen Armson-Smith, the police crime prevention expert from Braintree…

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Of the fifty-eight home security surveys thus far conducted on this website since the first day of January 2018 twenty-eight of them have been for properties located in Northern Ireland. Try as I might I cannot find the original recommendation/message that has spurred on this unexpected surge, but…

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After a long absence of leave from the website over Christmas and the New Year I am at last back at the desk and penning this first of many blogs to be posted throughout 2018. I sincerely hope you all had a great time over the festive season and I wish you my very best wishes for 2018. It is quite…

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Calvin and Ben wish you A Very Happy, Healthy and Safe New…

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I work hard to keep this website up-to-date and I am regularly adding new pages; some of the content of which is supplied to me by my friends in the police and neighbourhood watch. If you run a website and would like my stuff to be read by more people do please think about linking to my site. I'll…

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I hope that some of you have decided to take a real hard look at your home security during 2018. There's a lot to think about and as you will only want to spend your hard-earned money once on this important home improvement you should try to get some independent advice. There are various places…

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