The latest crime figures in South Norfolk for January have been revealed.
In the first South Norfolk Police newsletter to residents, police say neighbourhood priorities in Diss include reducing speeding in Victoria Road, clamping down on vehicle anti-social behaviour in the town centre and drug dealing.
Jason Selvarajah, Local Policing Inspector for South Norfolk, said: “My team and I work closely with our partners to improve the quality of life in your neighbourhood. We listen to concerns raised during recent meetings with community representatives and engagement events held in Diss, Harleston and Long Stratton.
“We understand that speeding is an ongoing concern. My team have received additional equipment and training to target this problem.”
Diss, Bressingham, Burston and Roydon: Anti-Social Behaviour, 5; Burglary non-dwelling, 4; Burglary dwelling, 3; Criminal damage, 6; Domestic incidents. 5; Robbery, 1; Theft from motor vehicle, 1; Theft from a person, 1.
Harleston, Earsham and Beck Vale: Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 7; Domestic incidents, 6; Public fear, alarm or distress, 1; Theft from motor vehicle, 1; Theft or unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle, 2.
Newton Flotman and Tasburgh: Anti-Social behaviour, 1;Burglary non-dwelling. 2; Criminal damage, 1; Domestic incident, 1.
Scole and Dickleburgh: Arson, 1; Burglary non-dwelling, 1; Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 1; Domestic, 5; Public fear, alarm or distress, 1.
Long Stratton and Hempnall: Arson, 1; Burglary non-dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 4; Domestic incidents, 6; Public fear, alarm or distress, 2; Theft from motor vehicle, 1.
Bunwell: Burglary non-dwelling, 2; Domestic incidents, 1; Possession of controlled substance, 1; Public fear, alarm or distress, 1.