September 24th, 2016

Anti social behaviour on the rise in Studley and Alcester say police

Anti social behaviour on the rise in Studley and Alcester say police Anti social behaviour on the rise in Studley and Alcester say police

THE AMOUNT of reported crime incidents across Alcester and Studley from July to August dropped, although cases of criminal damage, vehicle crime and violence all rose.

The most common incident recorded was anti social behaviour, with 46 instances in August, an increase of two on July.

Incidents of burglary dropped sharply from 31 to 14, but Warwickshire Police are asking people to consider putting timers on lights when out the house to give the impression that somebody’s in, now that darker nights are drawing forward.

Vehicle crimes increased from 15 to 19, with the police urging people to remove any valuables that are on show in their cars.

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