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Crime and ASB Figures September 2021

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Crime Update


Monthly Crime and Anti-Social
Behaviour Information
Drypool, Hull
September 2021



Dear Residents
 
 
Please find below the figures to what crime has been reported for Drypool between 1st and 30th September 2021
 
 1 x Theft of Pedal Cycle’s
 8 x Criminal Damage to Vehicles
 6 x Criminal Damage to Dwellings
 2 x Theft from Vehicle
 2 x Theft of Vehicle
 5 x Burglary Residential
 
Below are the figures for reported Anti-Social Behaviour between 1st and 30th September 2021
 
6 x ASB Personal
 
7 x ASB Nuisance
 
4 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
 
 
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.
 
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Seven facts about residential burglary

Burglars are often opportunistic thieves who prey on houses and flats. They seek out any opening that they can take advantage of, specifically doors and windows that are left open or unlocked or are easy to force. Anything of value that they might spot through a window will only spur them on. But it really doesn’t take much to deter these thieves – just smart thinking.

How burglars operate and how to prevent yourself from becoming a victim

Burglars target homes that they think will contain valuables. A sure giveaway is leaving packaging from expensive items outside your front door

Burglars often look for homes with windows or doors left open or with vulnerable features that they can exploit.

Burglars are aware of the times when someone is expected to be away from their house such as during the school run or holidays

Burglars typically do not want to be seen or heard and if they feel that they would be noticed by a neighbour or passer-by then they are more likely to feel exposed and may move on to find somewhere else to burgle

Burglars often choose a home because they’ve spotted a specific vehicle, motorcycle or bicycle they want to steal – and the keys are more than likely to be inside the residence

Sheds and garages are often vulnerable as they are not that secure and contain tools which the burglar can use to assist them to gain entry to a home

It’s a fact that many burglars return to homes that they’ve previously burgled because the homeowner failed to upgrade security following the first burglary. They sometimes return to an area to try to burgle a nearby home that they spotted while committing a previous break in. Even more reason for you to ensure you keep your home as safe as houses 
 
 
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Regards 
 
PC 805 Darren Kirkwood
Drypool Community Beat Manager
Humberside Police
Preston Road Police Station
Hull
HU9 3TB
 
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Darren Kirkwood (Police, PC, Hull East NPT)

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