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Are these pages of interest?
Crime against you and/or your home can occur in different ways. It is not possible to cover here every crime type that might impact on you or your home. However, this section does contain information about how to reduce the risk by providing information and guidance that will assist you in doing something to reduce the opportunity for criminals to target you. Improving your home security whether it is a change to physical security of the building or the way you do things is important.
On the 27 February I spent the day with the Sidmouth Rural PSCO Chris Bolsover. The day was arranged when I made a passing comment during a training session with Chris in early December. I was training Chris on how to update the new Local Policing site and we were talking about Team Priorities. Chris explained that the priorities for his area were the same issues that came up again and again. I then commented that maybe I should go out on patrol with him so that I got more of an understanding of what it is the teams did - and that was it, Chris suggested a time & date, and I was on my way to Sidmouth! By Karen Gandy, web designer
For many years, Devon & Cornwall Police has provided a benefit to businesses and individual residents by recording details of their keyholders.