The Community Policing Team and partners are holding a burglary crime prevention initiative on Biggin Avenue and Yeadon Garth, Hull to assist in reducing shed and garage burglaries in the area.
On Wednesday 7 September between 10am and 4pm the local Community Policing Team, Community Safety Volunteers and representatives from Hull City Council, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Riverside Housing, Urban Community group and the Neighbourhood Network will be visiting all the properties along the roads.
During the visits they will be conducting a home security survey with the occupant, fitting free outbuilding alarms and encouraging greater emphasis on preventing crime on their street.
Residents visited will be offered:
• Practical advice on preventing their homes being targeted by burglars.
• A FREE alarm for their garage/shed with accompanying deterrent signage, which will be fitted as part of the visit.
• Support in registering for a free www.immoblise.com account and assistance with uploading of valuables onto the site.
• Plus other target hardening equipment for home owners to deter criminality at their address.
This event is part of an ambitious year-long crime prevention initiative aiming to make 2,500 homes safer in the Garths area of Hull.
Previous days of action have taken place at:
Scampton Garth and Topcliffe Garth on Tuesday 26 April during which 125 homes were visited, 113 outbuildings were fitted with outbuilding alarms and 142 items of property were added onto www.immobile.com.
Digby Garth, Enstone Garth and Finningley Garth on Wednesday 6 July during which 111 homes were visited, 104 outbuilding were fitted with alarms and 75 cycles and 61 other items of property were added onto www.immobilise.com.