Keeping Harrow Safe in Autumn

Sunday, 18th October 2015

Harrow Metropolitan Police officer Stewart Hyde joined Gary Walker on the Radio Harrow Breakfast show to talk about the Autumn Nights initiative which helps to keep people safe in the darker months.

As the days get shorter and darker, there is an increased chance of burglaries and crime.

The Metropolitan Police use the catchphrase “Clocks, Locks and Lights” to remember how to keep homes safe when the clocks go back by keeping everything locked/secure and using lights to deceive burglars.

He offered lots of tips and advice on crime prevention on all things from different ways to keep home’s safe to preventing identity fraud.

Listen back to his top tips below and find out more about the Autumn Nights initiative.

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