Police say that logging in to website every day up to Christmas could help keep Gloucester residents safe over the festive period

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Police say that logging in to website every day up to Christmas could help Gloucester residents safe over the festive period Police say that logging in to website every day up to Christmas could help Gloucester residents safe over the festive period

A POLICE run scheme is reminding residents to check the special security advent calendar on their website to get invaluable advice about how to safe and a chance to win £100!

Safer Gloucester is advising that be logging onto its website www.safergloucester.co.uk each day between now and Christmas Eve, residents can help protect themselves from thieves and have a safe night out in the city.

In addition to a message, there is a code word for each of the 24 days and the first Gloucester resident who emails these tocdpartnership@gloucester.gov.uk on Christmas Eve will receive a £100 High Street Shopping Voucher. The next five entries will receive a SmartWater property marking kit.

Jennie Dallimore, Chair of Safer Gloucester and Deputy Leader of Gloucester City Council said: “We want all our residents to have fun over Christmas but to stay safe. Following the tips on the Advent Calendar will go some way to ensure that that will happen. I encourage every resident to join in the fun and enter the competition on Christmas Eve – you might be the lucky winner!”

Chief Inspector Richard Burge, who is in charge of Operational Policing in Gloucester said: “ We have enjoyed a further reduction in crime in 2013 and would like to keep it that way. Learn how to protect your presents, your homes and also how to stay safe by logging on each day to safergloucester.co.uk. there are only a few days left; get ready to enter the competition!”

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