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Low-crime wave hits Sneinton

posted 4 Mar 2012, 09:38 by Tom Hughes
Sneinton Monthly Update- February:

The last month has been very positive with regard to low levels of reported acquisitive crime. Whilst every burglary is of concern, to report that only 4 took place on Sneinton Elements, Sneinton Hermitage and Bendigo Beats in the month of February is positive news. In addition a male was arrested, charged and remanded in custody for one of the offences. These figures are something we hope to improve on. To help us with this please report any suspicious activity in the area, and ensure you keep your home secure by locking windows and doors. It sounds obvious but you would be surprised at the number of burglaries which occur through insecurities. Only 6 vehicle crimes took place in February, 3 of these were on the Daleside Industrial Estate where batteries were removed off lorries, and 3 cars have had their registration plates removed. No street robberies took place in February in the area.
Looking at Anti-Social Behaviour, 25% of calls relate to noise nuisance from one premises to another. Community Protection have this area of responsibility and can take positive action so please report this. Street related ASB remains at low levels, but we look at targeting any person who persistently causes annoyance through their activities. 

Message sent by
Richard Hunter (Police, SGT 2343, Sneinton & St Anns)

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