Wednesday, April 05, 2017

theft from an unsecured vehicle in Main St, Thistleton.

theft from an unsecured vehicle in Main St, Thistleton.

Unknown person(s) gained entry and property was taken.

This incident occurred between 27/03/2017 17:00 & 28/03/2017 07:00.

Leicestershire and Rutland Police Beat Surgeries

Beat Surgery at the Museum, Oakham on 21st April between 12:00 & 13:00.

Beat Surgery at the Methodist Church on Orange Street Uppingham on 21st April between10:30 & 11:30.

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Cyber Crime – Organised crime has been quick to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the Internet, particularly the growth in e-commerce and online banking. Specialist criminal groups target individuals, small businesses and large corporate networks to steal personal information in bulk in order to profit from the compromised data available to them. The web pages listed below have some excellent ideas to increase on line safety and prevent us becoming victims of cyber-crime. They are equally useful for both the individual and businesses.  

Report online material promoting terrorism or extremism - You can make your report anonymously. The internet and social media provides many opportunities for those with extreme views to target young or vulnerable individuals.  The Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit puts considerable effort into removing terrorist and extremist material however, communities defeat terrorism, which is why we must maintain the strong relationship between the public and police. Police depend on information from the public in efforts to keep us all safe and we are asking anyone who has concerns about online content to report it.

You can report material such as:

articles, images, speeches or videos that promote terrorism or encourage violence
content encouraging people to commit acts of terrorism
websites made by terrorist or extremist organisations
videos of terrorist attacks

Anyone with information about a crime in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland can call Leicestershire Police by dialing 101 (calls cost 15p) or call Crimestoppers free and anonymously on 0800 555 111.