Caddington residents are fighting back against crime
In this short article we are discussing… The problems Caddington are facing What support do the residents have? Tips and advice What’s next for Caddington?
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19 vehicle thefts in Houghton Regis, Dunstable and Luton!
The Bedfordshire Police have sent out an email explaining that there have been 19 vehicle thefts in Houghton Regis, Dunstable and Luton in the past 3 weeks. The car keys were stolen from the vehicle owner’s property.
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What to do when someone breaks into your home
Burglary is one of the most common types of crime. In Bedfordshire there were 526 burglaries in February 2018. 80 of them were in Dunstable, Houghton Regis and their rural surroundings..
884 crimes committed in and around Houghton Regis
On the 20 th May 2018 Premier Locksmiths were at the ‘Home Security Awareness Day’ at Poplars Garden Centre in Toddington.
Beds Alert and home security Read more
Beds Alert is an email messaging system bought to you by the Bedfordshire Police powered by Neighbourhood Alert. You can sign up, follow them on Twitter and Facebook and see the latest alerts.
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The Ultion - the most snap resistant cylinder lock
Have you heard about the Ultion? It’s a lock for your doors. When the Ultion is in Lockdown Mode nothing’s getting through it. The Ultion lock comes with a £1000 guarantee!
Home security and the lack of police funding in Bedfordshire
It seems every time we look on Facebook, there are more reports of criminal activity in Houghton Regis. It’s concerning when you read headlines such as, “Police are very close to losing control on the streets.”