Category Archives: Crime

Police survey – have your say

(Please do not reply or forward this email directly; please use the Reply, Share buttons at the bottom of this message) Message sent by Rob Stevens (Police, Neighbourhood Officer, Northamptonshire)   Please find below the details of a survey that … Continue reading

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What to tell children about terrorism … in the unlikely event

We don’t normally talk about crime and terrorism here.. but with recent events in the News, I think it’s reasonable to make an exception. I grew up in the Cold War, and I know children are affected by stuff like this. … Continue reading

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Dog fouling – here’s what we can ALL do about it

Dog fouling in the playing field and the paths leading to it is on the increase. The parish council has contacted the Council dog warden – and if he gets enough individual reports of dog fouling, he’s promised to come … Continue reading

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Holidaymakers urged to watch new counter terrorism safety video

Counter Terrorism police – in association with the Foreign Office and ABTA – The Travel Association – have launched a new four minute film outlining what to do if caught up in an attack. 

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Dog theft checklist

See whether you have taken the right precautions to prevent dog theft, thanks to this checklist from the Dogs Trust:

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Preventing dog theft

The Dogs Trust has put together this advice to keep your pooch safe from being pinched:

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Password expert regrets past advice

The author of an influential guide to computer passwords says he now regrets several of the tips he gave. Bill Burr had advised users to change their password every 90 days and to muddle up words by adding capital letters, … Continue reading

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