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2015 – UK Worst Burglary Hotspots

Posted on 25 Jan 2015 In: News

Burglary knows no geographical limitations. Although burglars do not spare almost any region across the United Kingdom they still tend to be concentrated in some areas than others, which make these hotspots. The annual Burglary Claims Tracker at MoneySuperMarket revealed the nation’s burglary claim hotspots, and once again London and Greater London postcodes dominate-with 14 […]

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Essex Part Night Lighting Programme

Posted on 22 Jul 2014 In: News

Early civilisations knew the importance of public lighting. Lamps were then used to illuminate the path of wanderers in the dark- be it pedestrians or prowling criminals, thus acting as a form of security. Studies have shown that darkness results in a large number of crashes and fatalities, especially those involving pedestrians; pedestrian fatalities are […]

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Building Regulations in UK

Posted on 19 May 2014 In: News

The above photos display RSG1200 Security Grilles fitted to the rear fire escape of an office in London, without compromising the fire escape regulations of this particular building. For more information about similar security products, please visit RSG Security Shutters and Grilles.   Safety is a priority and everyone’s responsibility-this is enforced in the UK […]

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Reported Crimes and Police Investigation

Posted on 6 May 2014 In: News

  Victims of acquisitive crime have often remarked their incidents being kept under the police’s hat. In spite of obvious evidence and eyewitness, the crime is not investigated. This contradictory situation comes about due to the process of investigation. All crimes undergo an initial assessment, which will be followed by a secondary investigation only if […]

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Happy New Year 2014

Posted on 6 Jan 2014 In: News
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Interesting UK Burglary Statistics

Posted on 16 Sep 2013 In: News

  There are two main measures of crime in the UK.  The crime recorded by the police and the crime estimated by the annual Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), which was previously called the British Crime Survey. National Statistics on crime previously published by the Home Office are published by the Office for National […]

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Burglary – UK’s Worst Hotspots

Posted on 19 Aug 2013 In: News

  While burglary is a misfortune that does not spare almost any region across the United Kingdom, it is somehow rife in specific regions only. Burglars tend to prefer some areas over others, which may be good news if you are not residing there. Earlier this year, the website’s survey revealed the top areas […]

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Brits vs Burglars

Posted on 10 Jul 2013 In: News

Brits Beat Burglars – Nearly half of Brits keep household items that could be used as weapons – Nearly half of UK householders (49%) keep a domestic item which could be used as a weapon Two-thirds of these (66%) are not afraid to use such a weapon in self-defence against an intruder in the event […]

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How to report a crime in the UK?

Posted on 5 Jun 2013 In: News

With the spiralling crime rate in the UK, represented by a recorded figure of 3.9 million in England & Wales for the period 2011/12, it is important for citizens to be involved in deterring criminals. Besides crime prevention and security measures, it is equally significant and efficient to report a crime. Of course, by sharing […]

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