PC Andy Smith, the University of Birmingham Police Officer has joined the world of Twitter. To start following and to find out what is happening on and off campus and what PC Smith is up to as part of his role safeguarding and support students click on this link – https://twitter.com/BrumUniCop.
What is PC Andy Smith Tweeting about this week?
Uni Birmingham PC
Be aware of your surroundings at all times and keep your phone out of sight when not in use.
There have been a couple of thefts of student’s mobile phones around the Harborne Lane / Selly Oak park area in recent
Interesting article on the BBC website warning students around money laundering http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-21578985 …
This offer will be promoted at the various crime prevention initiatives on campus in the coming months. Will keep you posted.
Following a great conference yesterday Low-Jack will be offering students a 2month free trail of their tracking software for laptops.
Unsure how you report fraud? The below link can give you some guidance: http://www.west-midlands.police.uk/crime-reduction/theft-fraud/fraud/action-fraud.asp …
Protect yourself from fraud and follow this link:- http://www.west-midlands.police.uk/pdf/crime-reduction/WMP_Fraud_booklet.pdf …
The cycle road show is on today by the clock tower. Always make sure you use a D-lock to secure your bike.
Something to keep in mind when out drinking at the Guild at weekends! pic.twitter.com/NtXCnzDb
If you saw anybody acting suspiciously in the area, please call 101. Always keep valuables safely tucked away when not in use.
A 19 year old student had his phone stolen on the Somerset Rd canal towpath yesterday. Officers have stepped up patrols in the area.
The Police surgery will be open today between 12 and 3pm. There are several second bikes for sale left over from the last cycle roadshow.