Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter August 2020
Friday, September 18th, 2020
The Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter keeps residents informed about the activities of the Community Safety Partnership across the county.
Open the Community Safety Newsletter below to read more about:
- Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB): ASB is not a crime as such, but has the potential to cause considerable distress. It also tends to peak in summer months. Notes on what counts as ASB, and what to do about it.
- Catalytic Converter Theft: perhaps the most common form of vehicle crime. Tips on reducing the risk of having your catalytic converter stolen.
- Rural Crime: hints on how you can protect yourself from being a victim of rural crime.
- Keyless Vehicle Theft: explainer video showing what security measures you can put in place to protect your vehicle.
- Friends Against Scams: free awareness sessions now available.
- Social Media: a list of Buckinghamshire Council Social Media accounts.
- Coronavirus Information.
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