Police in Derbyshire are continuing to urge people to report incidents, crimes and suspicious activity as its new operation to tackle burglary, vehicle crime and robbery continues.
Operation Relentless was launched by Derbyshire Constabulary earlier this month to target burglaries, vehicle crimes and robberies.
The force said in a statement: "While we work hard developing intelligence about these types of crimes, as well as many others, in various different ways one of the most important is the local community.
"Our commitment to neighbourhood policing includes listening to those people who live or work in the areas and are likely to see on a daily basis changes in behaviour or escalations in issues.
"It is absolutely essential that when incidents occur that these are reported promptly to police – this helps build up a real time picture of what is occurring in an area and will help shape the response by local officers.
"You can report issues, intelligence or incidents through any of the methods below, but what is the most important is that it is done. You may think that someone else will let us know but there is no way to guarantee that it will happen – you can make sure it does by reporting it yourself."
To report incidents to the police, you can send a private message to /DerbyshireConstabulary on Facebook, direct message the contact centre on Twitter on @DerPolContact, complete the online contact form at www.derbyshire.police.uk/Contact-Us, and call 101. You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.