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September 2019 Crime ASB Figures

Alert message sent 04/10/2019 16:53:00

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Crime Update


Monthly Crime and Anti-Social
Behaviour Information
Drypool, Hull
September 2019


Dear Residents
 
 
Please find below the figures to what crime has been reported for Drypool between 1st and 30th September 2019
 
 2 x Theft of Pedal Cycle’s
 9 x Criminal Damage to Vehicles
 6 x Criminal Damage to Dwellings
 9 x Theft from Vehicle
 6 x Theft of Vehicle
 8 x Burglary Residential

 
Below are the figures for reported Anti-Social Behaviour between 1st and 30th September 2019
 
4 x ASB Personal
 
13 x ASB Nuisance
 
1 x ASB Environmental

 
ASB Personal – Deliberately targeted at an individual or group or having an impact on an individual or group rather than the community at large
 
ASB Nuisance - Engaging in or threatening to engage in conduct causing or likely to cause a nuisance or annoyance to persons engaged in lawful activities
 
ASB Environmental - Incidents where individuals and groups have an impact on their surroundings including natural, built and social environments
 
Please feel free to contact me for any crime prevention advice or if you are part of any local groups and would like some involvement from myself or just to give me some feedback about what you would like to see being messaged on My Community Alerts
 
Due to the number of reports of Burglaries please see the below crime prevention advice…
 
 
Vehicle Crime
 
Most vehicle crime is preventable. It can take as little as 10 seconds for a thief to steal something from your car. The best way to protect your belongings is to lock your car whenever you leave it. Other things you can do include:
 
Removing everything from the car; don't even leave a jacket where it can be seen
Closing the sunroof along with the windows when you leave
Not storing things in the boot; take them with you
Storing car ownership information in your home, not your car
Having a routine to ensure you always take the keys out of the ignition
Taking removable stereos and sat nav equipment with you
In addition, using secure (theft resistant) number plates can make your plates less attractive to thieves
 
Where you park can make a big difference to the safety of your car and your belongings. Look out for car parks approved by the police Safer Parking scheme. You can find them by looking for their distinctive 'Park Mark' signs.
 
How to keep your car safe at home
 

Thieves sometimes break into houses looking for car keys. They can also use wires and hooks 'to try and drag' your keys through the letterbox.
 
Keep your keys away from doors and windows, and tucked away out of sight.
 
Have your vehicle's windows etched with its registration number or the last seven digits of the vehicle identification number (VIN). This can put criminals off, as it makes your car more difficult to sell. It also makes it easier for police to get your car back to you if it is stolen.
 
Get help when buying a used car
 
If you're thinking of buying a car it's a good idea to do a little research before you buy. Some vehicles are more secure than others.
 
The insurance research company Thatcham allows you to compare the security of new cars, motorcycles and trucks. It gives each vehicle a point score. That score can show you how the car you're thinking of buying compares to others on the market.
 
If you're buying a used car, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) can also tell you what it knows about the vehicle. That information can include the make and model, the year it was built, and whether tax is owed on the vehicle.
 
Motorbikes
 
There are plenty of ways you can help to keep your motorbike safe:
 
Always lock your bike and set its alarm if it has one
Try to use a designated motorcycle parking place with a stand and security loop
When leaving your bike for some time, try to lock it to something secure. At home, you can fit special attachments to lock your bike to
Use a motorbike cover
Have the motorbike marked with its vehicle identification number (VIN)
Don't leave items such as helmets or other possessions with your bike
Think about where you park - try to park where there are lots of people passing, good lighting and CCTV
 
A GOOD website to look at is https://www.police.uk/ and especially the ‘Crime Map’ as this will give you information about individual crimes near you postcode.
 
If you use Twitter you can also follow me: @PCDKirkwood
 
 
Make a difference in your community – help us to help you!
 
Regards 
 
PC 805 Darren Kirkwood
Drypool Community Beat Manager
Humberside Police
Preston Road Police Station
Hull
HU9 3TB
 
Emergency – 999
Non-Emergency - 101
 
***All figures will be correct at the time of analysis and publication but may change if classifications are changed or further information comes to light
 

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Darren Kirkwood (Police, PC, Hull East)

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