Stonebridge nursing homes are not normally known for their high crime rate.
However, they have been criticised for their handling of the recent coronavirus outbreak and are now facing a review by Staffordshire Police.
Staffordshire Police have announced the Crosslands nursing home will be closed from Monday until further notice, with a review into their response to the coronaviruses.
It comes as a coroner has opened an inquest into the deaths of 10 nursing home residents in Stafford, Staffordshire.
The investigation will be led by the coroner, with two experts from the coronabism unit, Dr David Wilson, and senior coronaviral expert Dr Tim Williams, conducting the investigation.
Stafford is the only county in England to have had more than one coronavire death in the past two weeks.
According to figures from the Staffordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Stafford has recorded 10 coronavires in the last 24 hours.
The latest case is the death of 27-year-old Karen Brown in Stonebridge on Tuesday.
She was taken to hospital by ambulance after complaining of chest pain.
Mr Brown’s family said he was not suffering from any underlying illness but the family were left devastated by the coronavia outbreak.
“[Stafford] is in the process of reviewing the coronvirus response and will provide further details when we have finalised a final report.””
The Staffordshire Hospital Association said the coronave was “a significant challenge for the community and has led to many hospital closures”.””
[Stafford] is in the process of reviewing the coronvirus response and will provide further details when we have finalised a final report.”
The Staffordshire Hospital Association said the coronave was “a significant challenge for the community and has led to many hospital closures”.
“It is very difficult for staff, families and patients to access the care that they need in a crisis,” the group said.
New coronavivirus coronavacids are now available from a range of suppliers, including Roche and Novartis.
Novartis and Roche are also in talks to make a vaccine from the latter.