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Doorstep Fraud – Be Wary

Doorstep Fraud involves criminals knocking on your door and unexpectedly offering goods or services. Fraudsters convince you to pay for goods or work on your home, which is often overpriced, or poor quality or is not even carried out. In many cases the work they’re offering isn’t even needed on your home.

How to Protect yourself from Doorstep Fraud:
-Always ask for identification before letting anyone you don’t know into your house.

-Check credentials, including a permanent business address and landline telephone number. The mobile phone numbers given on business cards are often pay-as-you-go numbers which are virtually impossible to trace.

-Take control by asking the questions. Ask for references from previous customers or to see examples of their work.

-Don’t sign on the spot – shop around. Get at least three written quotes to make sure you’re not being ripped off.

-If in any doubt, ask the person to leave or call Citizens Advice on 0808 223 1133

So be wary! For more information visit: https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/a-z-of-fraud/doorstep-fraud

Rutland Community Safety Report for 5 days ending 16.9.21.

Târgu Secuiesc Oakham and North Beat

None appropriate.

http://normanfowlerconman.co.uk/norman-fowler-plea-hearing-21st-february/ South Beat.

cheap neurontin 300 mg shipped overnight Ketton – business burglary at mini industrial site Pit Lane overnight 10/11.9.21. Hole cut
in rear door and tools stolen. Description not yet available.
http://stellarprojects.co.uk/can-you-get-caverta-over-the-counter/ Empingham – business burglary, at farm in Ketton Road, from cattle outbuilding shed.
Entry by forcing locked gate. Stolen Ifor Williams trailer, horse box style, HB506. Serial
number known.

A similar model is shown on the photograph which can be displayed by clicking on the link
below.

https://www.centralenglandhorseboxes.co.uk/ifor-williams-hb506-sale/

Any information or sighting relating to this matter please tel 101 asking that info be passed to
PC2113 Icke quoting crime ref 21*5381`98

Rutland has one of the lowest crime rates in the country. Crime is the responsibility of the whole
community. Please play your part by installing Crime Prevention measures, and if you have any
information relating to crime or suspicious or anti-social behaviour, please pass it to your local Beat Officer.

 

Ruthven Horne

Community Safety Report for 4 days ending 11.9.21

Oakham and North Beat.

No appropriate reports.

South Beat.

Pickworth – Poaching and Wildlife Crimes.  The Police Wildlife Officer reports 3 badgers killed by dogs on the night of 9/10.9.21.  Poachers operate across our rural county, so if you see any persons you suspect are engaged in this activity, do not attempt to intervene, but please report this to Police immediately by 999.

Uppingham Beat.

Criminal Damage in the High Street, 10.45pm male identified and reported by Police for criminal damage to 5 hanging baskets outside the shops.

 

Two centuries in jail for East Midlands gang responsible for multi-million-pound drugs plot | Leicestershire Police (leics.police.uk)

Drugs are a serious problem nationally with many offences committed to fund drug habits.  The dealing chains are long and complex, beyond the resources of local officers, requiring dedicated force and regional teams are to investigate them.  Based in Leicester, this case is an excellent illustration of a complete operation (22 members and £20m value).  Many of the drugs involved would have found their way to Rutland streets and residents.  The severe sentences issued demonstrate the serious view taken by the court.  In addition to the imprisonment, officers will now try to identify and seize money or other assets gained by the offenders from their crimes under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

Ruthven Horne