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Security advice and a chance to chat to officers on offer during Relentless crime operation

Alert message sent 03/03/2020 10:06:00

Information sent on behalf of Derbyshire Constabulary


Officers from our Safer Neighbourhood policing teams across the county are giving residents a chance to chat about crime concerns and pick up advice on safety and security.

They are being held as part of Operation Relentless which was launched this week with the aim of targeting burglary, vehicle crime and robbery across Derbyshire.

The campaign has been brought in after consultation with the public has shown our communities are concerned about crime, and the risk of having their house or car broken into.

In an effort to tackle this type of crime, as well as robberies, the operation will begin with two weeks’ worth of targeted activity.

Representatives and staff from partnership agencies, including our city, district, borough and county councils, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service and local housing associations are working with us as part of the campaign, joining us at events and supporting the drive to make Derbyshire safer together.

During the next fortnight you will be able to catch our officers at the following locations:

Today (Tuesday 3 March) - Belper- Co-op store, Whitemoor Lane: 2pm-4pm

Saturday 7 March

Ilkeston- Bike marking event, Market Place: 9am – 12noon
Ilkeston- Number plate security, Albion Centre car park: 9am – 12 noon
Somercotes- Somercotes Village Hall, Nottingham Road: 10am – 12noon
Long Eaton- Bike marking event, West Park: 1pm – 3pm

Sunday 8 March
Shipley View- Bike marking event, Nutbrook Café, Nutbrook train: 10am – 2pm

Wednesday 11 March
Newbold- Dunston Inn car park, Dunston Lane: 6pm – 8pm


Thursday 12 March
Staveley- Morrisons store: 5pm – 7pm


Sunday 15 March

Long Eaton- Number plate security, ASDA car park: 9am-12noon


Further events will be announced to take place in other areas across Derbyshire, as Operation Relentless kicks off with two weeks’ worth of targeted activity, our engagement work will continue throughout the next 12 months and beyond.

You will be able to find out about these events, and our other work as part of Operation Relentless, on our force website, www.derbyshire.police.uk and our social media channels:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/derbyshireconstabulary
Twitter: @DerbysPolice



Instagram: www.instagram.com/derbyshireconstabulary

Residents can also receive free community safety alerts, crime information and messages from their local Safer Neighbourhood policing teams through our Derbyshire Alert system. For more information, and to sign up, visit: www.derbyshirealert.co.uk.


 

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Carole Woodall (Police, Communications Administrator, Derbyshire)

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