Money, property and information are attractive to criminals. Wealth can be accumulated, property sold and information used to engage in fraud or other types of crime.

  • What is Theft?

    Theft is the dishonest appropriation of property, with the intention of depriving the other of it.

  • Advice for Students

    Crime prevention may not be a priority on your list of things to do as a student but criminals see you as easy targets.

  • Burglary

    In simple terms a burglary is when a person breaks in to a property and either steals items from the property, damages the property or assaults a person in the property. Theft is usually the motivation for most burglaries.

  • House Security

    Sometimes we tend to take it for granted that our homes are secure. A good many burglaries are committed by opportunistic criminals.

  • Protecting Oil and Diesel

    Fuel oil tanks can be seen as rich and easy pickings by thieves. This means that farms, transport depots and domestic properties can be targeted, particularly in more rural locations.

  • Mobile Phone Theft

    Advise on how to Protect your Mobile Phone

  • Fraud

    One of the best ways to tackle fraud is to have an understanding of how fraudsters commit their crimes and to know what to look for in your personal or business life which may indicate fraud is being committed.

  • Garden Security

    Garden crime is an unfortunate reality. However, crimes of this nature can be prevented by effective garden security, making it more difficult for the thief to succeed.

  • Online Ticket Fraud

    Online ticket fraud involves the sale of tickets to music, sporting or other events when the tickets are useless, fraudulent or do not exist at all

  • If you have been the victim of Burglary

    By following these steps, you can help us bring the offender to justice and potentially recover items stolen

  • Business Safety

    Thieves are always on the lookout for buildings that appear easy to access or are poorly lit.

  • Identity Theft

    Identity Fraud is often quoted as Britain’s fastest growing crime. It involves the misuse of identity information in order to commit crime.