October 23, 2009

Mapping Out Crime

Filed under: Crime News — admin @ 12:09 pm

How good are your local police? Want to find out what crimes are taking place in your home town? Well an internet system has now come online which will allow anyone to see just how good their local policing authorities are. Developed by the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) the crime map will show you what the crime is like in 43 policing areas in England and Wales. Want to go out shopping in a different part of town no problem just type in the post code and instantly you have at your fingertips all of the crime statistics for that particular area, again with more and more people taking up ‘power walking’ or jogging, again this system will show you how safe the particular area has been.

October 7, 2009

Get Paid To Watch CCTV On The Internet

Filed under: Crime News — admin @ 8:23 am

Britain is the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) capital of the world, with more than 4.2 million of the cameras just waiting to snap a video of you doing something wrong. Do they actually work and are they beneficial to the rest of the law abiding citizens? Some will argue that it is a waste of tax payer’s money while others may think that it cuts crime and anti social behaviour. Under a new scheme being introduced in Stratford-upon-Avon tagged ‘Internet Eyes’ members of the public will be paid up to £1000 to watch as many as 4 CCTV cameras and report anything out of the ordinary.

October 1, 2009

Make it Hard For Opportunistic Thieves

Filed under: Crime Awareness — admin @ 10:58 am

Unfortunately, no matter where we are, there is always going to be someone that wants to take advantage of you. Whether it be in the high street, down the local shops or even in your own home. Everyday, we hear and read stories about people having their bag snatched, pockets picked or possessions stolen from your car, even your groceries aren’t safe as you move them from the trolley to your vehicle. What can be done to stop opportunistic thieves from making you just another crime statistic?

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