Fri 15 November 2019

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Crime update

Alert message sent 05/10/2019 11:01:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


The crime figures for all crime this year are slightly higher than this time last year so we will focus on getting the crime numbers down further.  Across Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey there has been an increase in all crime.

There has been an increase in robberies on the area however six suspects have been arrested and we have officers patrolling the area under Operation Universal to make sure we deter or arrest any suspects.

There has been a good reduction in burglaries however we will not be complacent and have set up Operational Universal in order to have officers in the right place at the right time including our colleagues in Community Protection from Nottingham City Council to arrest and deter any suspects.  We have a Street offences Team who cover the whole of City central and their Sergeant has agreed for the patrol to pay attention to our area too.

Theft from motor vehicles has seen an increase however theft of motor vehicles is down which I guess may be because of the reduction in burglaries where car keys are stolen.  

Reported ASB incidents are down with 7 less callers than last year however we still continue with the ASB car deployed throughout the week.

We are seeing rises in cycle theft so please lock your cycles with a secure D lock around a solid object and in a well-lit area.  May be an idea to site your property near visible CCTV cameras if appropriate.

Thankyou

PS Andy Hallsworth
 
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Andrew Hallsworth (Police, SGT 3043, Canning Circus)

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