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                                            CTRIME NEWS
Senior Constable Victoria Christensen
he top crime classification for the If you feel uncomfortable with a person nearby Chermside area includes trespass youthenchangeyourlocationormovecloser offences and assaults. According to towardsanotherperson.
Queensland Police’s senior constable Victoria Christensen, “asking for help when you feel unsafe is not foolish”.
Simple measures to take to improve your safety include but are not limited to:
When using public transport, valuables such as wallets or phones should be kept secure and out of sight.
Data Source: www.police.qld.gov.au/maps-and-statistics
179 Offences Chermside
20 MAY 2021 — 19 JUN 2021
Always wait in well-lit areas or areas under surveillance.
Do not listen to music loudly when you are walking around, as you will not hear if someone is sneaking up behind you.
If you are arriving late at night to a destination, arrange to have someone wait for you or to collect you.
            2 Other Property Damage
 1 Traffic & Related Offences
   18 Other Theft (excl. Unlawful Entry) 2 Drug Offences
2 Unlawful Entry 28
2 Robbery
 1 Weapons Act Offences
 Traffic & Related Offences
  2 Drug Offences 1 Unlawful Entry
2 Assault
1 Good Order Offences
1 Unlawful Use of Motor Vehicle
1 Fraud
1 Unlawful Use of
Motor Vehicle 1 Unlawful Entry
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7
    2 Drug Offences
1 Good Order Offences
55 Other Theft (excl. Unlawful Entry) 15 Fraud
14 Drug Offences
8 Traffic & Related Offences
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18
 8 Good Order Offences
5 Other Property Damage
4 Unlawful Entry
4 Assault
2 Handling Stolen Goods
2 Other Offences Against the Person 1 Miscellaneous Offences
1 Trespassing & Vagrancy
     5 Other Theft (excl. Unlawful Entry) 3 Traffic & Related Offences
2 Good Order Offences
2 Other Property Damage
    2 Unlawful Entry
2 Assault
1 Drug Offences
1 Handling Stolen Goods
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