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 […]
Today, Get Safe Online is issuing a serious warning about scams perpetrated by fraudsters claiming to represent the NHS Coronavirus test and trace service. These could take the form of fake emails, texts and phone calls and also bogus websites. One of the key elements of the service – which […]
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 – […]
Recent news stories have highlighted awareness of unauthorised encampments in around the Bournemouth area. This awareness has increased with the current COVID-19 pandemic and the movement of people and the increased risk of transmission affecting the R. The media have reported encampments on the beach, cliff tops and some recreational […]
North Bournemouth Crime Prevention Panel is now a approved Friends Against Scams Organisation. Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams. Scams cost the UK economy £5-£10 […]
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.
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!