Lock Down Crime

lockdowncrimeIn six months in Midlothian, there were 80 reported house breakings to homes, and 142 to garden sheds and garages. Lock Down Crime aims to cut that number and ensure everyone is vigilant, safer and well informed.

Lock Down Crime is a joint campaign by Midlothian council, Midlothian Community Safety Partnership and Police Scotland.

Article in the Midlothian Advertiser, 27 October 2016

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