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Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
The issues identified are burglaries, burglary other than from dwellings, and theft from vehicles in beauty spots. This is an issue for the rural community and we will look to conduct regular targeted patrols and joint cross border work with Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire Police to run Op Hexagon in relation to burglaries and Op Galileo, targeting rural wildlife crime and cross border criminality.
Issued: March 2019
What we are doing:The joint Rutland North and Rutland South priority remains as Rural Crime in relation to Burglaries, car crime and theft. We’ve had 1 dwelling burglary in March so please be aware to leave some lights on and make your house appear occupied. If you can make it difficult for anyone to get into the rear garden even better as this is the preferred point of entry for burglars. Preferred items for them to steal is Jewellery and cash so please keep these safe. We are continuing to see theft from vehicles and have had a number of theft of number plates this month, perpetrators are hitting cross boarder forces as well as Rutland. We are working closely with RCC and will be erecting signage in vulnerable areas to remind drivers. Please continue to remove all property – remember’ if you leave it on show it will go. We are still working with our Rural Communities to tackle issues which include Hare coursing of which we have seen a decrease in calls over the last few months. We will continue to conduct Operation Galileo this month with the support of Lincolnshire police. We ask for your continued support in this matter and ask that anything seen to be reported. We continue to utilise the ANPR camera in Rutland to identify vehicles travelling through the County either with no driving documents or linked to crime. We will continue to work closely with the local residents and will alert you as soon as crime is reported and ask that if anything suspicious is seen to report through either 999 or 101. Issued: April 2019