Christmas is a time of the aspirations of peace on earth and goodwill pervades. Sadly criminals will disregard the “goodwill” bit and take advantage of this time of year. We understand that people are busy, balancing home, work and the festive preparations. The shops are busy and the email inbox […]
Bringing the community together. Is Your Number Up? Is a joint NBCPP/NW partnership project supported by Bournemouth Borrough Council, Dorset Fire & Rescue, Dorset Police, SW Ambulance Service.
Uniting a community through researching family histories. East Howe is an almost forgotten area and so many local families have ancestors in the graveyard.
ScampaK gives you the tools and information to fight the fraudsters at their own game. ScampaK contains information on how to deal with current scams plus a number of crime prevention items including credit card RFID blockers,
The Community took back control following vandalism and flytipping: Cllr Dennis Gritt, Alan Keeping, Ted Taylor and Deirdre Redstone went down to see the East Howe Graveyard after it was reported at a Panel meeting that a portaloo had been put in the middle of a grave!
Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? You can report fraud, cybercrime, online scams or viruses through Action Fraud’s online reporting tool or by ringing up 0300 123 2040. If you’ve got a scam email, report it to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) who sent you the email; it […]
Who should I tell? Firstly, you should try and resolve the problem between you and your neighbour by speaking to them directly. This is usually a faster and more effective way of resolving neighbour disputes. Remember, you live next door to each other and by speaking to them it can […]
What is Anti-Social Behaviour? Anti-Social Behaviour is any act that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress. It can also include conduct capable of causing nuisance or annoyance. This can include an activity that is having, or is likely to have, a detrimental effect on the quality […]
Social Media Bullying Dorset Police receive a number of calls per day in relation to social media, ASB and bullying issues. There are a number of actions which you can take which can prevent further problems and potentially deal with the issue. Anyone can be bullied or trolled on social […]
Worried or suspect drug activity in the community? Who should you contact to tell them about the issue? Contact Police on 101 or use the local Police Force website to email the local Neighbourhood Policing Team. Other options include your local council or crimestoppers. Dorset Police web site follow this […]