I’m a bit frustrated this week in relation to the steal from motor vehicle offences in the Ulladulla sector.
Stealings from motor vehicles continues to happen despite all attempts to educate people in relation to securing property.
It is just common sense to remove your valuables and lock your doors when the vehicle is not in use.
There is no excuse for someone to aid an offence by creating the environment for a crook to ply his trade.
There is a small video on our Facebook Page of a crook walking around at night targeting vehicles.
The locked vehicles are not touched. The unlocked vehicles are entered.
Remember, the security of your vehicle and your valuables is your responsibility.
Eyewatch: The NSW Police Force Facebook page has more than 850,000 fans and provides crime information, warnings and crime prevention tips that are of major or state wide significance.
At the local community level, we have Eyewatch which has established a Facebook page in every Police Area Command (PAC) / Police District.
Eyewatch is all about connecting the local community with local police and has been an outstanding success to date with more than 500,000 people connected to their local police via Facebook.
You can ask questions to your local police seek advice or share crime and safety information.
Police use Eyewatch to let people know about local crimes and post photos of missing or wanted people.
To find your local Eyewatch page, go to the NSW Police Facbook page – click on connect with local police and find your Local Area Command.
If you are unsure of the name of your PAC / Police District, type in your postcode or suburb into our “Police Station search”
Remember to “like”; the page to get regular updates from your local police.
For more about Eyewatch go to the eyewatch page where you will find a plethora of crime prevention tips and other stuff that you should know.
You never know, you may become the next Crime Prevention Guru in your street.
That’s all the excitement I have for you today
As always, in case of an emergency call 000. In non-emergencies call the Policelink on 131 444 or your local police station. To provide anonymous information call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000. For domestic and family violence information, visit www.police.nsw.gov.au. For Shoalhaven Domestic Violence officers call 4421 9666 or 4421 9665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget, cops are tops.