Shops are being urged to ‘ASSESS-CHALLENGE-CHECK’ the age of buyers on and offline, as part of an initiative to stop illegal, underage knife sales.
Keeping homes and communities safe and secure is the essence of local policing and lies at the very heart of North Yorkshire Police. But did you know that the police could already be involved in keeping you and your home safe, before your house and surrounding neighbourhood has even been built?
Nearly 24,000 new homes on three huge developments to the North and East of London at Barking Riverside, Beam Park and Meridian Water – each with its own train station – are all going to meet the Secured by Design (SBD) ‘Silver Award’ crime prevention standards.
Ex-Service personnel, including some that have been severely wounded in the line of duty, can look forward to moving into new, purpose-built homes, which have achieved the highest standards of security awarded by Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative.
At the time Ian Warmington took over as Co-ordinator of Plymouth Against Retail Crime (PARC), he did so with more than 25 years retail experience under his belt and a desire to provide practical, front-line support to businesses in a way that hadn’t been delivered before in the City centre.
The ‘Safe & Secure’ crime prevention garden that proved such a hit at the at this year’s Royal Horticultural Society Hyde Hall Flower Show had many techniques incorporated into it to deter opportunistic burglars – and these techniques can be used in any front or rear garden.