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  • Security Advice Letter from Our Community Safety/Crime Reduction Officer in Huntingdon

    By LongBaker at 15:21 on 08/08/12
    Reduce the Risk of Being Burgalled  (Photo by jayneandds)
    Dear resident, With the few spells of warmer weather we have experienced over the last couple of months we are now seeing an increased risk of burglary to dwellings due to insecure doors and windows. Since the beginning of June 2012 the method of entry in 40% of reported dwelling burglaries has been via either an insecure door or window. This is across the whole of Huntingdonshire and has occurred in both daytime and overnight...
  • Crime statistics in Huntingdon

    By bestcities at 10:03 on 05/08/12
    Crime statistics
    If anyone in Huntingdon experiences any crime what so ever, you can use HoodPoints to report it. Finding crime statistics is made easy, unlike the Police crime map website which is next to useless.  
  • Robber Threatens Staff with Screwdriver

    By LongBaker at 12:02 on 11/07/12
    Robbery at a St Ives Station (Photo by jayneandds)
    Police are appealing for information following a robbery at a service station in St Ives. A man wearing a balaclava went into the Hemingford service station, in London Road, at about 10pm yesterday (July 9) before threatening a member of staff with a screwdriver. He demanded they hand over cash from the till before making off towards St Ives. The offender is described as white, 5'7", medium build and wearing a black...
  • Claim your Valuables at Open Day

    By LongBaker at 12:00 on 11/07/12
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    Burglary victims have the chance to claim back their valuables at an open day this weekend. About 200 items including watches, rings, necklaces, pendants and even trophies which are believed to have been stolen in burglaries will be on display at Parkside Police Station between 1pm and 6pm on Saturday (July 14). The property was seized earlier this year in Cambridge, but detectives believe it could have come from homes across...
  • Cambridgeshire Police Authority commissions further work on outsourcing support services

    By LongBaker at 20:57 on 28/06/12
    Cambridgeshire Police Authority commissions further work on outsourcing support services (Photo by jayneandds)
    Cambridgeshire Police Authority today (June 28) agreed to commission further work to examine the option of outsourcing the delivery of support services across Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Outsourcing of support services such as Human Resources, Finance and ICT is being considered as part of continuing efforts to tackle the £73 million shortfall in police funding for the three counties. Cambridgeshire...

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