Secure your Home and Personal Property
You work hard for your property – protect it from criminals and improve your chances of property being recovered if it gets lost stolen by looking at our advice on how to keep your home and personal property secure.
Find out how even simple steps can help protect your home from intruders.
Your garden is the first thing an intruder would confront. Even in your garden, shed or garage there may be valuable property. Take some common sense security measures.
Communal closes and stairwells can be exploited by intruders due to poor levels of security. Find out more about how to keep communal areas safe.
Look at our advice about how to protect your car from being stolen or broken into.
Around 500,000 bicycles are stolen every year – find out what you can do to protect your bike here.
Laptops, mobile phones, tablets, jewellery – there are many things you can do to protect your valuables and improve the chances of it being recovered if things do get lost or stolen.
Property within rural communities has its own particular crime prevention challenges. Get information here about how to protect your property in the countryside.
If you’re an architect, property developer or even doing home improvements, find out here how our Architectural Liaison services can help you enhance security and achieve ’Secured by Design’ or ‘Park Mark’ accreditation.
Information for landlords and tenants in the private rented housing sector about cannabis cultivation, illegal evictions and human trafficking.
Information about Community Risk Registers which provide information about how you can be prepared for emergency situations in your area.