Funding from the fourth round of Government's Safer Streets Fund has enabled us to upgrade and increase our CCTV cameras in Skegness. This will provide improved coverage and identification capabilities.
The area where the CCTV upgrades have been made is a designated Safer Streets zone. This zone is identified by the blue 'Safer Street' signs (a map of the streets covered will be available shortly).
These streets are the main routes to and from pubs/bars and transport facilities, enabling visitors and residents to feel safer as they travel around the town centre.
A QR code on the Safer Street sign will bring you to this information page once scanned using your mobile phone. Here you will find advice and links to support services, together with information about how to report crime and anti-social behaviour.
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Reporting Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)
To report an incident to the Lincolnshire Police you can call 101 (for a non-emergency) or 999 if an incident requires urgent attention. Alternatively, you can follow the links below to report non-urgent matters online.
You can report ASB to East Lindsey District Council in the following ways:
- By telephoning us on 01507 601111
- Via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have information about a crime and you don't feel able to report this to the police you can pass the information on anonymously to Crimestoppers, by phoning 0800 555 111 or via their webpage in the links section below.
If you have been a victim of crime or ASB and need support you can find information about support services available in Lincolnshire via the Victim Support link below.
For further information on VAWG, including information on StreetSafe (where you can report areas where you have felt unsafe) and the Hollie Guard app (a free personal safety app) please click the link below to the Lincolnshire Police website.