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Aggravated burglaries spike worries police need reinforcements

A성남안마ggravated burglaries spike worries police need reinforcements

The numbers suggest that residents are feeling less secure in their own homes since the introduction of mandatory burglar alarms on the new year’s night.

The Home Office released figures published on Thursday suggesting that burglaries rose by 2 per cent compared to the previous year.

A more telling statistic comes from the crime statistics depa영양출장샵rtment, which released figures showing that, of the 1.3 million premises they recorded nationwide, 735,000 (31 per cent) of this were burglaries.

The percentage was almost four times higher among burglaries that occurred within the past year, from January 1 to 31.

The total number of burglaries rose by 17 per cent (18 per cent increase in the total burglaries).

There were also a total of 2,000 more burglaries recorded in the year after the secur빅 카지노ity measures were introduced than in the previous year, with 1,900 more reported compared to the same period in 2014.

According to the latest data, just over 90 per cent of properties were secured against thieves between January 1 and March 31 – although there were increases for other crimes.

Police and crime bosses were quick to dismiss the news and claim that they would not be able to cope with the burglaries, which the figures clearly indicate are an ongoing problem.

Home Office police spokesman Tim Doyle said: “We can confirm that there were 735,000 property crimes under investigation by London police police between January 1 and March 31 last year.

“These incidents often involve simple burglaries where the offenders do not break into the property. The number of crimes was 6,845, up 15 per cent on 2015, as they fell by 5 per cent on the previous year.

“The majority of crimes were minor, usually a simple break-in of a lock or door, although more serious burglaries were reported.”

‘We cannot have a repeat of the chaos’

A Home Office spokesperson insisted: “Despite the dramatic increase in crime over the past year, the Home Office has shown an immediate and substantial increase in police numbers, particularly in London, and is investing further to provide a much better police response.

“This is already reflected in a significant increase in the number of victims of burglary and has led to a 50 per cent increase in our capital.

“While we can’t have a repeat of the chaos that happened last Christmas, there was clearly significant improvement in overall crime last week and a slight but steady decline in burglar

Дата публикации: 10-09-2020 Автор: Андрей Семенов

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