Dorset’s Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a survey asking residents about their experiences of anti social behaviour The survey will ask residents whether they have been victims of anti social behaviour, how much of a problem they think it is in their area and whether they believe it’s got […]
You’re probably familiar with some of the ways in which fraudsters approach victims – emails, texts, phone calls, letters and sometimes doorstep scams. But did you know that social media is also a favourite place for scammers? This month Get Safe Online’s campaign is all about Social Media scams – […]
Securing your property The service is free of charge and aimed at reducing crime and the fear of crime, helping people to feel safe and secure in their own homes. The aim of the Bobby Van is to reduce the level of domestic burglary and distraction burglary and support victims […]
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 […]
Uniting a community through researching family histories. East Howe is an almost forgotten area and so many local families have ancestors in the graveyard.
Steps you can take to avoid starting a wildfire: Avoid open fires in the countryside. If you must have a fire, make sure that you’re in a designated safe area. Put out cigarettes and other smoking materials properly before you leave your vehicle. Do not throw cigarette ends out of […]
Dog Waste If you find dog waste in a public place, report it to Bourmouth Borough Council via this link https://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Report/Report.aspx If you are a dog owner, you are required by law to clean up after your dog in public places. That includes roads, pavements, parks, car parks and all shared open […]
DOUBLE YELLOW LINES • You can only stop here to drop someone off or pick someone up. • If you have a disabled badge, you can use it here. Make sure your badge is valid and can be seen. DOUBLE YELLOW LINES WITH KERB MARKINGS • You can only stop […]