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Facilities in custody and Police stations for disabled individuals - FOI 007433/15

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Fail to stop Road Traffic Collisions - FOI 008302/15

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Fail to stop Road Traffic Collisions - FOI 008302/15

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Failure rates for Officer taser training - FOI 005483/13

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Family Liaison Coordination And Development - PD 109

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Family Liaison Officer - PS 016

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Far right marches & demonstrations received by Nottinghamshire Police - FOI 001577/17

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Farm boundaries: Rural crime prevention advice

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Reduce the risk in six steps:

  1. Remove all gates and entrances that you no longer use. If possible establish a single entrance and exit.
  2. Invert and cap gate hinges so gates cannot be lifted off, use good padlocks with covers that cannot be cut off and ensure fixing bolts cannot be removed.
  3. Plant thorn hedges as natural boundaries.
  4. Dig ditches to restrict vehicle access.
  5. Consider using an entry control system- infra-red, intercom or key pad entry.
  6. Cattle grids should be removed and locked out of position when not in use.

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Farm buildings: Rural crime prevention advice

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Reduce the risk in six steps:

  1. Store all of your property indoors and keep your doors and windows locked.
  2. Fit British Standard locks with strong locking bars to doors and windows. If padlocks are used make sure they are robust
  3. Upgrade your storage to reflect the value of your property.
  4. Install sensor controlled ‘dusk till dawn’ security lights.
  5. Consider CCTV as additional security for vulnerable areas.
  6. Consider an audible and monitored intruder alarm system.

Mark your property

Deter thieves - make sure your property is clearly marked CREMARK and similar property marking systems are available to buy from Nottinghamshire Police’s Pre Crime Unit. To request more information call 101 ext 800 3011.

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All property, including vehicles should be photographed and recorded in an asset register. Love it, log it! www.immobilise.com

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