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Sunday, 20 April 2014

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Cumbria Police launch advent calendar with crime prevention tips

CUMBRIA Police have launched their own online version of the Christmas advent calendar today, offering tips to stay safe this December.

Residents can view an interactive Christmas tree on the police force’s website, which is decorated with 12 helpful baubles.

Each day people will be able to click on the bauble to find out the tip of the day, from crime prevention to personal safety.

Chief Superintendent Steve Johnson said: “We understand that people are very busy and we are encouraging people to check out our website and click on the bauble of the day.

“It could help you to plan your Christmas night out to ensure you get home safe or remind you to check that you have locked that door before going to bed.

"We all want everyone to have a wonderful Christmas and go into the New Year with a good start, not one that is tarnished by being a victim of crime or a perpetrator of crime.”

The tips can be found on www.cumbria.police.uk/12christmastips/index.htm.

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