By Haddenham Webteam - 16th January 2023 6:00pm
According to the latest Crime and Community Survey (2022) conducted by the Neighbourhood Watch organisation nearly two-thirds (65%) of the British public have concerns about our home being broken into.
However, there are some simple, proven measures we can all take to significantly reduce our chances of being burgled.
Thankfully Haddenham is a very low crime area but a checklist has been published to encourage householders to consider their home security.
It's rather simplistic but does offer a few useful prompts.
View by clicking on the PDF
If you're thinking of creating a written and photographic record of your items of value (financial or sentimental), you can do so easily and without cost online here.
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