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Are the modern buildings safe?

10 July, 20170 Comments
Whether a new skyscraper or a simple one-storey house is being built, the safety issues always come first. However, it is principal to determine what we are securing ourselves against: is it an earthquake, flood, fire or regular burglary? Nowadays, the builders consider few if not all the high-risk factors. In light of recent Grenfell
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Tenant jailed for trashing housemate’s room

05 February, 20150 Comments
A tenant has been jailed for burglary after trashing his housemate’s room by pouring cooking oil and food over his housemate’s carpet and belongings. Michael Llewellyn received 18 months on February 4 for breaking into the man’s locked room. Nottingham Crown Court heard that Llewellyn had been drinking when he decided to damage his housemate’s property. The two
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6 year anti-social behaviour campaign finally curbed

07 May, 20140 Comments
Yesterday nightmare neighbours from hell, in the Kings Norton area of Birmingham, were issued with Anti-social Behaviour Injunctions. Eugene Bird, 54, Sean Bird, 21, and Michael Bird, 19, from the Hawkesley Estate have had their council house re-possessed and each have received a 2 year Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction. Since 2008 the family have made the
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Burglary project praised

01 July, 20130 Comments
A crime reduction initiative credited with halving burglaries on a Weston estate has been recognised at a police awards ceremony. The Bournville Burglary Initiative was created to respond to high levels of break-ins on the estate, which in 2011 accounted for 10% of the total burglary crimes across North Somerset. The project, led by Avon
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