Crime and anti-social behaviour dropping

PUBLISHED: 17:03 28 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:03 28 June 2010

CRIME and anti-social behaviour in East Devon is dropping, according to police figures.

Police say it was on the safest places in the country to live, but warns people to still be vigilant about protecting their property.

People are advised to keep their homes, sheds, garages and cars secure, making sure they always lock them – even if they only leave them unattended briefly.

Goods should not be left on display in cars and young children and pets should not be left alone in cars.


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