In this section you will find a range of advice on crime prevention and personal safety to help prevent you becoming a victim of crime.
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) covers many types of actions from low-level persistent nuisance to serious public disturbance.
Please follow the below advice to make sure you are using and transporting your gun in the safest way possible.
Cybercrime is a term for many forms of crimes which can either take place either online or where technology is the method or the intended target.
Follow our advice to dispose of firearms safely and lawfully.
It is an offence to unlawfully possess and/or supply a controlled substance.
Fraud can be committed in a number of ways, take simple steps to protect yourself from this type of crime.
This section contains information and advice for young people about gang culture and how to leave a gang.
Identity theft is when a person’s identity is stolen and illegally used by another for personal gain.
Knives can cause serious and fatal injuries. If you carry a knife you are more likely to become involved in a violent situation and get injured yourself.
One in four people will experience a mental health problem every year.
To report a missing person call 101 . In an emergency, dial 999 .
Thousands of mobile phones are stolen every month. Take simple steps to protect yourself.
'Psychoactive Substance' health risks include seizures, paranoia and breathing difficulties. A psychoactive substance, formerly a legal or chemical high, is one which mimics the effect of illegal drugs such as cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis.