(PRWEB UK) 11 July 2014
According to the article published by The Telegraph, dated 28 May 2014: Prisoners released from jail commit 10 new burglaries a day, say official figures, research shows that criminals which are released from prison after serving short sentenced go on to repeat their crimes, committing more than 1,600 crimes in a single week, including the equivalent of 10 burglaries in a day. According to the numbers provided by the Ministry of Justice, criminals who served one-year sentences or less in 2011, went on to commit 64,598 crimes over the course of the following year, which is equivalent to 232 crimes a day across England and Wales.
The Telegraph article goes on to say that for the first time, the numbers show the nature of the crimes committed by newly released criminals. There were a total of 3,873 domestic and commercial burglaries, which is 10 per day, 85 thefts in one day, 13 drug offences, also in a single day, as well as 569 sex offences and 625 robberies.
After reading the shocking numbers disclosed in the article above, Private Investigator Bristol (http://private-investigator-bristol.co.uk/) took the opportunity to warn people about the increased criminal activity in just about every community across the country. In addition to being more careful and aware, people also need to take precautionary measures in order to avoid being one of those numbers in the Ministry of Justice statistics. Hiring a security specialist from Private Investigator Bristol is the first step and the best possible solution for the safety of your home, and your family members. With crime rates rapidly rising, people need to adopt a different approach as far as their safety is concerned and become more proactive. Private Investigator Bristol detective company can monitor their client’s property at all times, and react immediately in case there is any danger, either by calling the police or intervening themselves. In case a crime such as burglary had already taken place, private investigator will locate the criminals and retrieve the stolen items. Private Investigator Bristol is ready to help potential clients with their problems.
Paul Babcock, who is the chief investigator at Private Investigator Bristol, urged potential clients to set up a consultation with security expert in order to devise the best strategy. Also, he went on to say: “Our detective agency is currently helping hundreds of clients with their home security, and the swift reaction of our private investigators has been instrumental in stopping and preventing crimes from taking place. Join them, and set your mind at ease knowing that you’re safe with us.”
Private Investigator Bristol chief investigator Paul Babcock can be contacted on the following number: 01173390302. Do not hesitate to call him.