We’ve seen a rise in the number of bicycle thefts over the past two years, with an estimated 6,500 reported thefts in the past 12 months.
This figure is higher than the previous two years.
However, the figure has fallen slightly in the last few months, due to a number of factors, including the end-of-the-year holiday, and the introduction of a new law in the European Union.
According to the report, there were 6,600 bicycle thefts in 2016, up from 6,400 in 2015.
But the number fell by nearly half in 2017 to 6,300.
This was the first year in which the number was higher than 6,200.
We also looked at the rate of bicycle theft, which was also lower than the rate in previous years.
According the report: In 2016, approximately 20 per cent of bicycle stolen in the UK were recovered by the police.
In 2017, the rate was 12 per cent, up slightly from 12 per, in 2016.
Bike theft is a serious problem, but the rate is dropping and this is a positive sign.
We’ve put together a handy guide to help you find the best bike theft advice.
How can I get the help I need?
If you have experienced a bike theft or you think you may have been the victim of a bike crime, we encourage you to contact the police or the local police station.
If you are a cyclist, you should also get in touch with the Cycle Protection Scheme (CPS).
If you know someone who has experienced a crime, they should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
If you are worried about your bike, you can always call Crimestop, which is the UK’s only police station for bicycles.
There are other local authorities across the country that have bike theft units, which can be called out to if you need to report a crime.
Find out more about the Cycle Theft Action Plan.
What is a bike?
A bicycle is an unisex bicycle, usually made of plastic or metal, and capable of going up to 60mph (100kmh).
They are used for both commuting and recreation, and are popular with younger people.
There are two main types of bicycles, and most bikes are made for commuting and recreational purposes.
How are bikes stolen?
Cyclists often steal bikes from a variety of places, including schools, parks, and shops.
They also often take them from private property, especially when people are visiting their homes.
A bike can also be stolen if someone has a bicycle in their possession, or if someone is travelling on their bike.
There is no one answer to this.
We’re keen to hear from anyone who has been affected by a bike or is concerned about their safety.
You can call Crimester to find out how you can help.
The UK Government’s National Cycle Protection Strategy (NCPS) set out how to deal with bike theft and its effect on the UK economy.
The NCPS includes measures to increase the safety of bicycles and their users, including new legislation and enforcement of bike laws.
The Cycle Theft and Assault Prevention Unit (CTAPU) is the leading specialist police agency for bicycle crime, which works with partners to help identify offenders and prosecute them.CTAPUs work to tackle bike crime by identifying potential criminals and identifying those who may have committed offences.
They are able to investigate and prosecute offences involving cyclists who have been stolen from or assaulted on public transport.
If someone has been a victim of bicycle crime in the U.K. or elsewhere, you may want to report it to Crimestops or Crime Stopper, the police force in your area.
This can be done online by visiting the Crime Stoppers website, or by calling Crimestoplayers on 0808 808 0000.
If it is a crime you know about and believe is being committed, you need more information.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) is an independent police agency in England, Wales and Scotland.
Its responsibilities include investigating and prosecuting serious crime, and providing information and advice to the public.
If there is a risk that your information is being shared without your consent, you have the right to be free from having your details disclosed.
You can find out more at our Privacy Statement.
The government’s bicycle crime strategy has been published in partnership with the Ullswater Institute, a charity that promotes bicycle safety and the wellbeing of cyclists.
More information about the Bicycle Theft Action plan can be found at www.cycling.gov.uk.