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Local Update February 2017 - Sneinton and Dales

Alert message sent 02/02/2017 09:41:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

February 2017
In January there were 5 burglary offences recorded in the Ward for the month. Of these two occurred at the same address on Dale St within a multi-occupancy house. One occurred on Barnston Rd, one on Kingsley rd and one on Sneinton Dale. It would appear two of these offences were specifically targeted due to the association the potential offenders had with the victims. Please make it difficult for would-be burglars by checking your doors, windows and locks.
There were 8 vehicle crimes in January which is a considerable decrease from the previous month.  The only patterns to these offences were that 4 vans were broken into across the area on one night, and tools were stolen. A previous Neighbourhood Alert was sent out regarding this. Please be vigilant around any suspicious activity in the area and where you can remove valuables from your vehicle.   
Crime overall is 1% up on the same time last year  with victim based crime being down 2% compared to the same time last year. The areas that have seen increases in reporting this year are - Shoplifting, Theft from person (mobile phones), Violence without visible injury , Theft of Motor Vehicles (motorbikes) Sexual Offences (historic). Decreases in crime have occurred in –
Burglary dwelling, Burglary Other, Robbery, Criminal Damage and Theft from Motor Vehicles.
ASB is down 17%, however we recognise we have much more to do to ensure residents feel safe in the area, and will continue to work to reduce crime and ASB.
A recent development has been the introduction of a one way system on Port Arthur Rd Sneinton Boulevard and on Baden Powell Rd from Colwick Rd. On one morning recently 4 tickets were given out to motorists ignoring the signage. We will continue to pay attention to this as well as the issue of speeding across the Ward.
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Richard Hunter (Police, SGT 2343, Sneinton & St Anns)

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