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Tulisa Kidnap

The home of Tulisa Contostavlos was the source of more drama when police apprehended two men following claims that she was about to be kidnapped. Officers raced to sprawling Hertfordshire mansion Edge House after they were spotted ‘acting suspiciously’ outside the gated property on Wednesday evening. It’s understood that an emergency call was placed from inside the mock-Georgian spread, leading to four police cars and a dog unit racing to the scene in the early hours of the morning. The men in question are understood to have been driving a ‘dark coloured car’ around 25-year-old Tulisa’s £6 million home, prompting fears that…

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Friday, September 13th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

6 in 10 crimes are never investigated…

• Sir Peter Fahy says officers have to concentrate on most serious crimes • Chief Constable likened policy to the NHS treating the most sick • Critics warn that ignoring most crimes will damage public faith in police Six out of every ten crimes reported to one of Britain’s biggest police forces are not properly investigated, its chief has admitted. Greater Manchester’s officers only ‘actively pursue’ criminals in 40 per cent of cases reported to them, its chief constable said, with detectives effectively shelving or ‘screening out’ the rest because there are no witnesses or clues. It means that more than 106,000 crimes in…

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Thursday, September 5th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Why criminals love Twitter and Facebook

The Daily Mail reported today that Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan was left terrified as three armed raiders broke into her house and stole jewellery and mobile phone after she tweeted she was home alone • Three men broke into her home in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, last night • Hours before hand she wrote on Twitter that she was home alone • Thieves burst into her property shortly before midnight last night It appears that Helen Flanagan may have come unstuck on Twitter after letting slip that she was at home without her footballer boyfriend Scott Sinclair. Hours later, three men wielding a screwdriver…

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Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Security Measures for Your Home

Keeping your home safe is the number one priority for everybody especially if they have children because it is the main way in which you can go home and feel relieved and comforted. First make sure that you have adequate lighting outside every entry way possible. You can buy a motion censored set of lights at most hardware places. This can be set to cover a certain range and is recommended that you install one at every exit doorway to your house, however the main places are the front and back door. If you have quite a large fence around the…

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Friday, March 15th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

G8 Security Duty

It has come to the attention of the world that almost 3,000 police officers have volunteered for G8 security duty. The police service of Northern Ireland says the large some of officers from forces in Britain have volunteered to be part of the massively important G8 summit in June. This is the largest security operation the PNSI has ever mounted, the leaders of the world are going to gather for two days at Lough Erne golf resort in Fermanagh. It will be the first time that the annual summit has been held in the United Kingdom since 2005 when it was…

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Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Detective Found Guilty in Hacking Scandal

A top British detective was this week found guilty of trying to sell information to a Rupert Murdoch tabloid and therefore becoming the first conviction of the charges to the major phone hacking scandal since a police investigation which happened 2 years ago. The detective, April Casburn who is a top counterterrorism detective was charged with misconduct for phoning the News of the World and offering to pass on information about whether London’s police force would reopen the stalled phone-hacking investigation. Despite the phone call, the police have stated that no tabloid printed any story on the subject and…

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Thursday, January 10th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Benefit Cheat Jailed after Spotted Playing Golf

A woman has been jailed for 28 weeks after claiming benefits in disability falsely which add up to a total of almost £40,000. Roberta Packman claimed that she was completely unable to walk and claimed both Severe Disability Premium Income Support and Disability Living Allowance. She admitted two counts of falsely claiming disability benefits at Carlisle Crown Court in November. Packman claimed both benefits from 2006 to 2011 and was accused of failing to notify the Department of Work and Pensions that her circumstances had changed. Unfortunately, this happens a lot. Sometimes it is a serious case and sometimes the situation is…

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Monday, December 10th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments

Edinburgh police to crack down on violence

Scottish police have vowed to crack down on crime in the capital and launched an initiative targeting crime within the famous historic city centre to take place over the up and coming festive period. The plan named Operation Astrodome which is entering its fifth year of action is the Lothian and Borders Police response to the huge rise in numbers of people expected to visit the popular city over the Christmas weeks. Edinburgh is a very popular town and is expected to play host to many tourists and visitors in the next few weeks. Additionally to Operation Astrodome, the Lothian…

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Monday, December 10th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson WILL Face Court

• Four News International staff to be charged with conspiracy • Crown Prosecution Service said that five people are to face action as part of Operation Elveden • The others are former News of the World royal correspondent Clive Goodman, former Sun chief reporter John Kay and Ministry of Defence employee Bettina Jordan-Barber • 52 people have been arrested as part of Operation Elveden, two of whom have been told they will face no further action • Goodman and Coulson face charges relating to payments to public officials for information including the ‘Green Book’ royal phone directory • Brooks and Kay to be charged…

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Wednesday, November 21st, 2012 by admin Security No Comments

Fraud; Not just something from the movies

For most people fraud will be only something they see in movies or read about in the paper. However, it does happen. Any individual or corporation can be the target of fraud and usually it will not show until after the fact. At that point your first instinct will be to contact the police. Unfortunately they are not able to look into every case. If you find yourself the victim of fraud and the police are unable to help you might want to look into hiring an experienced private company. Fraud is usually nothing like how it is portrayed in…

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Friday, October 26th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments








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