1999 and earlier

Publications and Publicity

Publications Crime and Property

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1999

Tackling Vehicle Crime: A Five Year Strategy

Issued by the – Vehicle Crime Reduction Action Team
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An overview
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Vehicle Crime

Information and links to the various Vehicle Crime publications available.

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Tackling Vehicle Crime: A Five Year Strategy

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1: Context and history
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2. Better Vehicle Security
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3: Better enforcement
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4. Safer environment
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5. Modernising information systems
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6. Better regulation
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7. What the motorist can do to help
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Summary of action points
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Annex A
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Annex B
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VCRAT Recommendations: Progress March 2003
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Supplementary Planning Guidance

The guidance in this document, which was written in 1999, is an example of supplementary planning guidance. The guidance sets out Fareham Borough Council’s policy on secure design and how it is to be applied in planning applications.

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Property marking statement

Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Property Tracking Group/Home Office
The ACPO Sub-Committee on Crime & Disorder Reduction and the Action Against Crime & Disorder Unit of the Home Office have agreed the following statement to update the concept of property marking and identification.

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Loss Prevention Standard LPS 1224: Issue 2 1999 – Requirements for Secure Database Registers

Loss Prevention Standard: Requirements for Secure Database Registers
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Loss Prevention Standard LPS 1225: Issue 3 1999 – Specification for testing and classifying asset marking systems
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Hot Products: Understanding, Anticipating and Reducing Demand for Stolen Goods

This report focuses attention on the so-called ‘hot products’ that are most likely to be taken by thieves. A better understanding of which products are ‘hot’, and why, could help businesses protect themselves from theft and also the police in advising them how to do this.

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1998

The Nature and Extent of Light Commercial Vehicle Theft

This paper presents the findings of a study on the theft of Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs). The research was commissioned by the Home Office Crime Prevention Agency and follows a number of smaller scale studies of this issue which highlighted LCV theft as a problem.

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1995

The Nature and Extent of Heavy Goods Vehicle Theft

This paper presents the findings of a study on the theft of Heavy Good Vehicles. The work was commissioned during 1994 by the Metropolitan Police Joint Action Group on Organised Lorry Theft in order to provide the necessary information for the development of initiatives to combat the problem of lorry theft.

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1992

Preventing Car Crime in Car Parks

The car park, as a managed facility, provides a great deal of scope for controlling car crime. Nevertheless, as this and previous studies have shown, thefts of and from cars can be a serious problem in some car parks. Earlier work has largely focused on evaluating initiatives taken in single car parks.

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