crime


Reports suggest surge in break-ins at commercial sites during coronavirus lockdown

According to a report from VPS UK, police forces across the UK are having to carry out extra night patrols in empty city and town centres, as burglars target shops, pubs and other commercial premises during the coronavirus lockdown. Read More

Policing Minister launches £25m fund to tackle “crime hotspots”

A new £25 million scheme to tackle burglary and theft in crime hotspots was launched by the Policing Minister in January 2020, specifically designed for areas that have a high rate of theft, robbery and burglary, also known as acquisitive crimes. Read More

New bollard launch aims to decrease criminal ram-raids

Marshalls Landscape Protection, part of Marshalls Group, a hard-landscaping manufacturer, has launched a new range of crash-tested bollards to protect buildings and spaces from criminal ram raids and accidental vehicle collisions. Read More

New animation campaign to tackle cash-in-transit robbery during festive season

A short animation, created by The Security Industry (BSIA) and the North West Reginal Organised Crime Unit (ROCU), has been launched to inform the public on how to keep their communities protected from cash-in-transit robberies, especially during this Black Friday week and festive season. Read More

UK Police to Capture Crime-Scene Interrogations With Body-Worn Cameras for “Cheaper Justice”

The police forces in Britain may soon begin questioning suspects at crime scene using body cameras as it receives pending approvals. Read More



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