I suspect you haven’t heard about ‘super-cocooning’. It probably conjures up images of warm beds and cold nights, or over-protective parents.
But it’s something which will matter to you in the – we hope unlikely – event that you are the victim of a burglary.
It’s the term for the process the police have put in place to deal with domestic burglary and its victims.
So what is the process, and what will it look and feel like on a street where it takes place.
Three things are central to it
– ensuring full house to house enquiries are conducted within a reasonable proximity to a burgled house so that people are aware of the issue and any evidence available is gathered;
– reassuring the victim that all this has happened and of the fact the police are there to prevent any repeat or other offences locally;
– and finally…
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