News — Prevention
We’re urging residents to ensure their homes and vehicles are secure.
While knife crime is a serious issue the reality is 99 per cent of young people do not carry a knife. One of the most important messages we can share with our young people is that carrying a knife is not the norm.
Please share our crime prevention tips with your friends and relations
Sedgemoor to help lead national pilot scheme to improve community resilience to serious and organised crime
Sedgemoor has been selected as one of the Home Office's five pilot schemes to combat the threat of serious and organised crime
The operation, which began in October 2016, focuses on tackling the blight of knife crime and raising awareness of the impact it can have.
Be Home Safe - doorstep crime
Criminal Behaviour Order issued in Glastonbury and Wells to stop persistent nuisance behaviour by individual
Help us keep vulnerable people safe from fraudsters
The weapons discovered following a search in Castle Park in Bristol
There have been four reported van break-ins at the Ikea car park since July, with thousands of pounds worth of tools stolen