A Spate of Burglaries Across Bramcote and Stapleford

You will have seen from PC Chris Archer’s reports, we are not a crime free area by any means.  A fair proportion of crime is down to insecurities or inadequate home security, Please see guides at http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/advice/prevention for tips on securing your property.

Also be observant and look out for your neighbours and report any suspicious people/vehicles by phoning 101 extn 800 5761 or log in and report via the NottsWatch website.   Are you part of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme?  If not and you are interested in joining or establishing one contact me via admin@nottswatch,co,uk.

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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3 Responses to A Spate of Burglaries Across Bramcote and Stapleford

  1. Robin T says:

    May I suggest that saying “A fair proportion of crime is down to insecurities or inadequate home security” is bordering on victim-blaming?

    Perhaps you mean to say that criminals like to choose as targets places that look easier to steal from?

    • patrickratcliffe says:

      Perhaps something should have been said about the reduction of Police resources caused by Conservative cutbacks, which has meant that Police Officers and their support officers are not as active in the community they serve as they once were or perhaps should be.

    • RichHartman says:

      Or alternatively may I suggest: A fair proportion of crime is down to inadequate deterrents, detections & proportionate sentencing?
      (speaking as a victime of burglary that was nothing to do with inadequate home security, unless the absence of land mines and spiked man-traps on my property is what is meant)

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