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Vandalism & Graffiti

Vandalism and graffiti can contribute greatly to the fear of crime. Contact your local council to report vandalism to property. Island Roads: For vandalism on the highways contact Island Roads Report, view, or discuss local problems (like graffiti, fly tipping, broken...

Way to report Crime & Community Safety Issues

There are many ways that you can deal with crime or community safety issues. This section explains some of these, giving contact details of those who can help. In an emergency always dial 999. To report non-emergency crimes dial 101. You should call 101 to report...

Hate Crime

A Hate Crime or incident are any crimes or incidents where the victim, or any other person, believes it was carried out because of the victims’ identity. This could be Disability; Faith, Religion or Belief; Gender Identity; Race, Ethnicity and Nationality; or Sexual...

Fraud and Scams

We have seen an increase in the number of scams circulating during lockdown, on social media and through mobile networks. We are aiming to raise awareness of the growing number of scams that are targeting more and more people. What is a Scam?Scams are fraudulent...

Bogus Callers

What is doorstep crime? Doorstep crime refers to rogue traders, bogus callers and distraction burglary. Whilst we do have genuine callers at our doors there are unfortunately those that exploit people in their homes.This includes people that knock on your door, phone...

Anti-Social Behaviour

If your neighbour’s behaviour is classed as ‘anti social’ there are steps you can take to stop it happening. It’s likely to be anti social behaviour if it causes ‘nuisance and annoyance’. This could be, for example, if they: make a...