A lady in her mid-eighties in a large village to the south west of Cambridge had heard about The Cambridgeshire Bobby Scheme from a friend of hers and been told what a wonderful service it was. She phoned us to request a visit for herself. On arrival I found it was a bungalow and there was no chain on the front door. It had a very enclosed rear garden so about eight windows were not over looked by any neighbours at all, so very vulnerable. I fitted window alarms on all of these windows, a chain on both front and back doors and an alarm on the patio door. The shed lock was hanging off so I fitted a new bolt and padlock. I spent time reassuring and advising the lady about security and gave her leaflets and the “we do not buy sticker”. The lady said she now felt much safer.