Light Bulb Campaign Launched in Leicestershire
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Light Bulb Campaign Launched in Leicestershire

Published: 29th October 2012 14:25

Light bulb-shaped leaflets are being put through the doors of homes left in darkness as part of a police campaign to tackle burglary during the winter months.

No Lights On! Leicestershire Police campaign leaflet The leaflet says: ‘No lights on!! If we think no one is home, so could burglars.’ Police Community Support Officers and Police Volunteers will be giving out the leaflets from Sunday 27th October 2012, when the clocks go back.

They are an eye catching way of reminding people to leave a light on when they go out during winter evenings or use a light timer which switches lights on when it begins to get dark.  The leaflets are part of Operation Dynamo – a Force wide campaign to tackle burglary.

House burglaries across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are at a thirteen year low but year to date figures are showing a small increase of 8% which is 160 offences more than this time last year. 

Detective Chief Inspector Rich Ward is leading the operation for the Force, he said:

“We are aware that we are experiencing a small increase in burglaries at the moment and Operatio…………… continues on AboutMyArea

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