This snapshot, taken on
08/02/2011
, shows web content acquired for preservation by The National Archives. External links, forms and search may not work in archived websites and contact details are likely to be out of date.
 
 
The UK Government Web Archive does not use cookies but some may be left in your browser from archived websites.
Print version of Directgov logo

Website of the UK government

Please note that this website has a UK government accesskeys system.

Public services all in one place

Main menu

Help someone get online

Help someone you know get online and discover what the internet can do for them

Go ON - get more out of life online

Page menu

Egypt travel advice

Egypt travel adviceEgypt travel advice

Latest information for British nationals

Egypt travel advice

Crime maps

Local crime mapsLocal crime maps

Interactive street-level crime maps are now available

Find local crime information

Back to work

Back to workBack to work

Find help with job seeking and new skills

Help get back to work

Helpful videos

Latest videos on DirectgovLatest videos on Directgov

Advice and support on government services and life issues

Latest videos on Directgov

Straight to... main content


Tackling anti-social behaviour

Tackling anti-social behaviourTackling anti-social behaviour

Councils, police and other local agencies will be forced to support victims of persistent anti-social behaviour as part of plans to give them better tools and powers

Warning of scam phone calls

Warning of scam phone callsWarning of scam phone calls

Consumers are being targeted by telephone scammers claiming to be from the government, the OFT, a high street bank or a claims management company

Child protection centre warns about the risk of 'sexting'

'Sexting' warning'Sexting' warning

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre is warning about the dangers young people face when sending indecent images of themselves to each other, often called 'sexting'

New offence keeps airguns under lock and key

Airguns under lock and keyAirguns under lock and key

Owners of airguns could face fines of up to £1,000 if they fail to take reasonable precautions to stop unauthorised access

Additional links

Her Majesty's government logo

Follow Directgov

Follow Directgov Visit Directgov on Facebook - opens new window Visit Directgov on Twitter - opens new window Visit Directgov on Youtube - opens new window

Local services

Find local council
services for England

More local services


Access keys