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September 2002
Cracking Crime - Nottingham takes centre stage
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Crime - together we can crack it
The BBC's moved lock, stock and camera to Nottingham's Galleries of Justice for a major outside broadcast devoted to tackling crime.
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Most break-ins are committed by "opportunistic burglars" who act on impulse. They want to get in and out of your home as quickly and quietly as possible - so think about making their life noisy and time-consuming.

Mansfield's rate of car crime is above the national average.

The rate of burglaries in Nottingham is significantly higher than the national average.
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Cracking Crime is the title given to a day's broadcasting devoted to telling the truth about theft and robbery in Britain.

It all takes place on Wednesday 18th September, 2002.

Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce, from the BBC's Crimewatch UK, will introduce a series of programmes live from Nottingham's Galleries of Justice.

BBC Radio Nottingham's breakfast presenter, Karl Cooper, will also broadcast his show live from the Galleries.

The BBC says the lengthy broadcast will present a "true picture of crime across the UK."

If you've never been, here's what Nick and Fiona will be seeing:

BBC crews get ready to broadcast
BBC Outside Broadcast teams prepare for the Cracking Crime broadcast

Locked up
Will Nick and Fiona be shouting "I'm a celebrity, get me out of here."?

Court
The replica court room where Karl Cooper will present his BBC Radio Nottingham breakfast show

Dungeon
Not quite a 5-star dungeon

Galleries of Justice
The Galleries of Justice

 

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