9pm Routine

Alert message sent 23/11/2021 18:38:00

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Do you know what the 9pm Routine?!

One solution is to adopt the 9pm Routine as part of your daily ritual and it is so simple anybody can do it.

The 9pm Routine states you set an alarm for 9pm as a reminder that when it goes off you go around your property and check all windows are locked and secure, all doors are locked and secure, all outbuildings or sheds are locked and secure, and finally your vehicles are locked and secured, and the keys hung up away from the front door.

Research has shown that this simple routine can help reduce the amount of thefts from unlocked cars by up to 25 per cent on average.

This is 25 per cent less victims of crime, 25 per cent less people having the inconvenience of replacing the items stolen.

Whilst the 9pm Routine is good for securing your property overnight you can still adopt a version of it when you go out as opportunist thieves will operate night and day, so please don’t make it easier for them.

Remember the simple things work.

Windows ☑️
Vehicles ☑️
Doors ☑️
Shed/Garage ☑️

All secure and locked ☑️

Your Local PCSO
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Sharon Perrie (Police, Community Support Officer, Warrington LPU)
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