Call 999 if:
• a serious offence is in progress or has just been committed
• someone is in immediate danger or harm
• property is in danger of being damaged
• a serious disruption to the public is likely

For all non-urgent incidents or enquiries, call 101.

If you are deaf or speech impaired, text ‘Police’ and your message to 60066.

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Going away?
Five tips to help you keep your home and belongings safe while you’re away:
• if you’re off on holiday and wish to post anything on social media, make sure your posts aren’t public and that they’re only seen by your friends
• leave lights and a radio on a timer to make the property appear occupied
• get a trusted neighbour to keep an eye on your property or join a Neighbourhood or resident Watch Scheme
• consider asking your neighbours to close curtains after dark and to park on your drive
• remember to cancel newspaper and milk deliveries

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Most burglaries happen on weekdays, in daylight, when you’re more likely to be out. As well as locking up each time you leave you can also:  keep keys, cash and expensive items out of view, use timer switches on lights and radios to make your home look occupied, keep gates locked and boundaries secure, lock away bikes, tools and garden items which could be stolen or used to break into your home.