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Clarendon Park Police Local Neighbourhood

The Clarendon Park neighbourhood is situated within the city of Leicester and is policed by the Leicestershire Police.

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Map of the Clarendon Park Policing Area

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Towns and Villages within the Clarendon Park Neighbourhood

Settlements located within Clarendon Park
Name Type County
Leicester City Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Clarendon Park neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Clarendon Park neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Edward Road9
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket4
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Springfield Road4
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Counting House Road3
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near University Road3

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Clarendon Park neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket9
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Petrol Station8
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Edward Road7
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Granville Road6
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Counting House Road6

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Clarendon Park neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Cedars Court7
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket7
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Landseer Road6
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near University Road6
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Edward Road5

Neighbourhood Events for Clarendon Park

TitleDescriptionDates
Victoria Park, Police Beat Office, Drop in Session

meeting
Start: 22/06/2019 16:00

End: 22/06/2019 17:00
Crime Prevention Advice at Knighton Library

meeting
Start: 29/06/2019 10:30

End: 29/06/2019 12:00
Crime Prevention Advice at Knighton Library

meeting
Start: 08/07/2019 10:30

End: 08/07/2018 12:00
Crime Prevention Advice at Knighton Library

meeting
Start: 17/07/2019 10:30

End: 17/07/2019 12:00
Victoria Park, Police Beat Office, Drop in Session

meeting
Start: 29/07/2019 16:00

End: 29/07/2019 17:00

Police Officer Information for Clarendon Park

NameRankBio
Nick Davies Sgt

I have been with Leicestershire Police since 1997, and have been based at Mansfield House Police Station since 2017. I have worked in several roles since being here, and am now looking forward to working with the Clarendon and Riverside teams.

Mark Body PC

I have recently moved onto the Clarendon Park beat team and I am looking forward to the challenges that are ahead. The team that I have moved into are a motivated and hardworking team and I look forward to working with them to tackle any issues in the area. I have moved from the City Centre Beat where I was a beat officer and before that on the Priority Team and other investigative roles. I have been in various departments here in Leicestershire Police, where I have worked for the last 10 years and in Nottinghamshire Police where I was for 7 ½ years before that.

I am bringing all of that experience with me to the Clarendon Park and Leicester University Beat and I intend to make a difference. So if you see me walking or cycling, come and speak to me, but, If I’m running, maybe leave me a voicemail!

Ammo Sanghera PCSO

My aim is to reduce crime in our communities with planned police initiatives and other community engagements and consultations.

I enjoy my role as a PCSO, working alongside my neighbourhood officer and with our partner agencies to help make our communities feel safer with neighbourhood policing. If you have any issues or concerns, I would urge you to contact me.

Daniel Bannatyne PCSO

I have recently joined Leicestershire Police as PSCO.
I am looking forward to working with the force and looking forward
To working on the Clarendon Park beat NC68.
I come from a leisure background and I worked as a Lifeguard for 15yrs, working at various Leicester city council leisure centre.

Mark Williamson PCSO

I am a local officer for Clarendon Park and am new to the role of PCSO, however I have worked in the City Centre for many years and am looking forward to working within the neighbourhood. If you see me stop and say hi!

Zed Ahmed PCSO

I cover micro beat 2 on the Clarendon Area which covers Victoria Park, part of the commercial shopping area on London Road incorporating Demotfort Hall, QEI Regent Campus, Leicester college and the Freemans business Park.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Clarendon Park

IssueActionDates

Cycle Theft

Issue dated: 01/04/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Burglary

Issue dated: 01/03/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Cycle Theft - Police have identified an increase in cycle theft on the Riverside beat.

we are happy to report we have seen a reduction in both types of crime and we believe this was partly due to the identification, arrest and sentencing of a prolific bike thief. Through close links with the University, CCTV was recovered and from this we were able to identify a suspect, the next day he was arrested and the following day he was remanded to court and sentenced to prison. This, along with the crime prevention advice handed out at educational establishments by your local team has helped reduce the number of victims.

Issue dated: 01/02/2019

Action dated: 01/03/2019

we have seen a raise in Vehicle related crime on the Clarendon Park area, Leicestershire Police takes vehicle crime very seriously and understand the effects of such crime can be distressing and cause a lot of inconvenience for the owner.

Issue dated: 01/12/2018

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Anti-Social Behaviour Prevention
Halloween and bonfire night has always been a night that can bring anti-social behaviour, however this year the local beat team will be working closely with residents and students in the lead up to the events to ensure Halloween and bonfire night can be enjoyed responsibly.

Officers worked hard over Halloween to prevent the amount of ASB, Leicestershire Police focused on preventing crime before it occurred, by conducting public engagements and increasing education to those who cause harm. This was shown by a massive reduction in the amount of incidents reported to Leicestershire Police

Issue dated: 01/10/2018

Action dated: 01/12/2018

Burglary
Burglary is an NPA Priority for the month of November and also due to slight rise in Burglaries on Clarendon Park beat area. Remember to keep your property secure, keep your doors/windows locked and valuables out of sight, more security /safety information is available at our Beat Surgeries, (see below) where you have the opportunity to raise you concerns or any issues.

Police have conducted additional patrols of the beat to tackle an increase in burglaries. These patrols have included distributing crime prevention advice to residents in order to target harden their properties. We have seen a reduction in burglaries following this work.

Issue dated: 01/09/2018

Action dated: 01/02/2019

Traffic Related Crime – by assessing community feedback, it has been established that there is an issue with speeding in the vicinity of Clarendon Park Road. This issue of course poses a safety risk to the residents of Clarendon Park and will therefore be a priority for August.

Traffic Related Crime – by assessing community feedback, it has been established that there is an issue with speeding in the vicinity of Clarendon Park Road. This issue of course poses a safety risk to the residents of Clarendon Park and will therefore be a priority for August.

During the past month the team have been out engaging with local residents and monitoring the speed of traffic at different times of day.

We have also utilized a speed gun on occasions to track and deter the speed of vehicles throughout the initiatives.

The presence of officers has deterred vehicles to speed. We will be keeping a presence in the area to monitor vehicles speeding.

Issue dated: 01/08/2018

Action dated: 01/10/2018

Violent crime at Victoria Park – due to there having been number of robberies and assaults reported at Victoria Park this month we have decided that this will be one of our priorities for July.

Throughout the past two months the beat team have been conducting regular patrols at Victoria Park during both the day and evenings. We are pleased to report that there has been a very significant reduction in the amount of violent crime at the park and we will therefore be closing this as a priority. We will be continuing our regular patrols.

Issue dated: 01/07/2018

Action dated: 31/07/2018

Vehicle crime has become a priority this month due to an increased number of reports of both thefts from motor vehicles and damage to motor vehicles.

Thanks to the prompt response of PCSO Bannatyne a suspect for the spate of vehicle crime on Victoria Park Road was identified and is being dealt with by the investigation unit. Since then there has been a significant reduction in both damage to motor vehicles and theft from motor vehicles. This will therefore be closed as a beat priority.

Issue dated: 01/06/2018

Action dated: 01/07/2018

Residential and commercial Burglary - The Clarendon Park Team have conducted a number of community engagement events and reviewed the crime for the area. After a number of reports of burglaries and talking with the local residents it has been decided that, burglary, residential and commercial will be a priority for the Clarendon park team.

Throughout the past two months the beat team have been conducting regular patrols during both the day and evenings. We have also been communicating crime prevention advice to residents through various means such as during beat surgeries and whilst on patrol. We are pleased to report that there has been a significant reduction in the amount of both residential and commercial burglaries and we will therefore be closing this as a priority. We will be continuing our regular patrols and crime prevention advice.

Issue dated: 01/05/2018

Action dated: 31/07/2018

Theft from parking meters - Leicestershire Police have had a large amount of reports of theft from parking meters, this is happening all over the central Leicester Beat which includes, Clarendon Park, City Centre and Cultural Quarter. This issue has been a problem for a number of months, however with the recent increase it has been decided that it will become a Central Leicester Priority.

Early this year Leicestershire Police received a number of reports in relations to theft from parking meters. This type of crime was being reported over a wide area which included, City Centre, Clarendon Park and Cultural Quarters. The issue was raised at the Joint Action Group and the council took on the task of reviewing what could be done to prevent further crime. It was identified that card only payment machines would be the best option to prevent the problem, some parking machines have been changed to card payment. Leicestershire Police made a few key arrests and this proved to reduce the number of reports. This is no longer considered a priority for the central Leicester Team, however should reports be made the same amount of attention will be used to catch those who are responsible. If you see anything suspicious please report to 101 or 999 if the crime is taking place.

Issue dated: 01/05/2018

Action dated: 01/06/2018

To reduce the amount of cycle theft in the area of Clarendon Park.

Issue dated: 03/01/2018

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To reduce the amount of burglaries in the area of Clarendon Park.

Historically burglary increases around the festive season, and officers have planned for this by increasing our Neighbourhood patrols late into the night.
There are a number of things that you can do to help protect your home and we strongly advise you follow some simple crime prevention advice.
Keep doors and windows locked, even if you are popping in to the garden or go upstairs.
Always remove your key from a locked door and keep valuable such as cash, jewellery and keys out of sight from windows. Lock you garden gates and fences to prevent easy access to your garden and try to possibly install a light and or a visible alarm box. If you are going on holiday do not put it on social media and ask a friend to collect the mail and open and close the curtains. Christmas is coming up and we all know how much packaging ends up waiting for the refuse collection. Think if they can see all the boxes they know what’s in your house. You can register all of your belongings on immobilise.com so if anything is stolen it give the police a better chance of getting the items back to their rightful owners. We want you to enjoy the up and coming celebrations and don’t want you to worry about crime but would ask that you think about taking as many precautions as possible to help keep your home safe.
UPDATE JAN 2018 A Police operation was put in place to ensure that the right resources could target the issues. Officers extended their shifts to capture the most problematic hours and high visibility patrols were conducted randomly throughout December. Crime prevention advice was issued on the last update and we would strongly recommend that people continue to follow this advice.
UPDATE FEB 2018
Officers are continuing to work hard to reassure the community and prevent further occurrences of burglary. Patrols have been increased and several offenders have been dealt with by police teams but this work is on-going. Prevention is the most important thing when it comes to this type of crime. Local officers will be getting the key prevention messages to residents by the way of leaflet drops and local engagements. Advice will also be going out over social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. If you have any concerns or would like any advice please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. The Clarendon Park team are based at Mansfield House in the City Centre, but also have a beat office on Victoria Park. This is not an operational police station; however they do hold community consultations there. Further details can be found on the events tab.

UPDATE March 2018 Since the start of January we have seen a reduction in the amount of burglaries. A policing operation has reduced the breaks by placing strategic patrols towards the problem areas both uniform and non-uniform. Enhanced investigation on the reported breaks has led to significant arrests. This has reduced the breaks significantly. We are aware that this area will have breaks and local teams are re-visiting victims and speaking to the community about security.

UPDATE: April 2018 During the Month of March we noticed a drop in burglaries (residential and non residential) on the beat from the work being done by the beat team.
There were 10 reports offences of burglary which the Police investigated.
The Clarendon team still endeavour to visit our victims of burglary on the area as we understand support is essential when this type of crime occurs and this will remain a priority for us during the month of April 2018.
We will still be offering support and advice to all residents and visitors to the area at our beat surgeries which are advertised on the Force website.

Issue dated: 01/12/2017

Action dated: 01/05/2018

To reduce ASB in the areas surrounding local schools and colleges

Local officers have been working with the staff and the students to educate them on the repercussion of the actions of those who cause ASB. Some training has also taken place to give the staff an insight into the powers that the police have when it comes to dealing with this type of disturbance. Events have been held at various locations to try and break down the communication barrier between the students and the police. Local officers feel the issues have calmed down and will be closing this priority, however engagement will still continue with the schools and colleges to ensure new students are given the same advice when they arrive.

Issue dated: 01/11/2017

Action dated: 30/11/2017

To reduce issues related to inappropriate and inconsiderate parking around schools on Avenue Road Extension /Clarendon Park Road and outside College on Victoria park road

A number of local residents and parents reported that the way in which people were parking around educational establishments was causing a large amount of danger to the pupils and obstructing the walkways for people with pushchairs for those who used a wheelchair. A large number of parking patrols took place around Clarendon Park area and a number of drivers were advised. Letters were sent to some local schools to encourage them to take ownership of the problem and work in partnership to resolve the parking issues. The issues around inconsiderate parking has improved and this priority will be removed, however local officers will ensure that the problem is monitored.

Issue dated: 01/11/2017

Action dated: 03/01/2018

To reduce the amount of incidents on Victoria Park.

During a period of 3 months a number of incidents relating to the safety of those walking through the park have taken place and we would advise you to follow this safety advice. Stay to the well-lit areas, be aware of your surroundings, report any concerns and don’t put any valuables on display. Where possible try and stay with a friend. There is a police Beat office located on Victoria park where we hold several consultations and the dates can be found on our webpage. Please report any suspicious behaviour via 101. UPDATE NOVEMBER The local beat team and partner agencies are focusing on improvements on Victoria Park to make it a safe place to use.
We are still promoting personal safety as the darker nights draw in and are on hand at our beat office on the park to give advice and support.
We have seen an improvement on Victoria Park and slight drop in reported crimes to the team.There has been a large amount of partnership working with this priority and a number of actions have taken place. A large amount of beat surgeries are held at the Victoria Park police office and officers have dedicated a large amount of time to patrols in the area. The council have worked on the foliage around the area to ensure better visibility in the park. The CCTV is currently under review. This priority will now be closed, however officers will still continue with the patrols and beat surgeries. We would still encourage the advice in the text above and ask that you report any concerns via 101 or the online reporting tool.

Issue dated: 04/10/2017

Action dated: 30/11/2017

To reduce the number of anti-social incidents along and around the area of Salisbury Road.

Residents have reported that a small number of people are causing harassment, alarm and distress along Salisbury Road. This is a new priority for September and a plan of action is currently being put in place. PC Linnell, local officer, has been working on the issues for a while with some great results. However due to the on-going issues this has now become a priority for the whole team. CLOSING ACTION: A number of residents reported issues of anti-social behaviour and people driving dangerously. A number of initiatives have taken place and after recent consultation with the residents we are pleased to say that there are no further issues

Issue dated: 08/09/2017

Action dated: 04/10/2017

To reduce the amount of anti-social driving around the area of Springfield Road.

Officers are working hard to increase patrols and to stop any vehicles displaying dangerous driving. We are encouraging any local residents to call us if any dangerous or anti-social driving is seen, in order that we can send the next available officer to deal to reduce the issue. UPDATE JUNE Officers have been working hard to decrease the issues via extra patrols and by stopping any vehicles that have displaying dangerous driving. GOOD NEWS: As a result of the above driving initiative we have managed to seize two vehicles in the area due to the drivers having no insurance. Section 59’s have also been issued to drivers for careless and inconsiderate driving, having caused distress or annoyance to residence. We are hoping that due to are actions, residents will now see a decrease in this behaviour. However we are still encouraging any local resident to contact us if any dangerous or anti-social driving is seen, in order that we can send the next available Officer to deal to reduce this issue. DID YOU KNOW: Did you know that you can now report incidents to the Police online at www.leics.police.uk

Issue dated: 03/05/2017

Action dated: 25/08/2017

To reduce the amount of parking issues outside of the local schools.

From consultation with residents across the beat it has become apparent that there continues to be issues with parking around our schools at both drop off and pick up times. The beat will be focusing their work on educating parents around the issues caused, to try and improve the situation and carrying out enforcement where this is deemed to be necessary. UPDATE: MAY 2017 - WE HAVE GOT A TWO WEEK SCHOOL PARKING INITIATIVE AT THE SCHOOLS ON THE CLARENDON PARK BEAT, BOOKED IN FROM THE 2ND TO THE 11TH MAY 2017 update: JUNE 2017 We had a two week School Parking Initiative at our Schools within the Clarendon Park Beat, this was a huge success with the Schools and we will be looking to continue our close working relationships, repeating the initiative in the new coming term. Update:
August 2017UPDATE; With the new school year fast approaching we are looking at repeating the school parking initiative in the new coming term at our Schools within the Clarendon Park Beat, this was a huge success with the Schools and we will be looking to continue our close working relationships, repeating the initiative soon.

Issue dated: 13/04/2017

Action dated: 08/09/2017

To reduce the amount of burglaries at businesses around the clarendon park area.

There has recently been a significant decrease in acquisitive crime within the Clarendon Park area in comparison to the previous months where we had a spike in Burglaries, BOTD’s, TFMV’s and theft of cycles. There has only been 1 BOTD and 2 Burglary Dwellings within in the last 28 days. Consequently I am satisfied that the offence profiles have returned to normal levels, and I am therefore satisfied that this can now be closed. This will be reassessed and a new specific plan will be opened should there be another spike in crime that requires it.

Issue dated: 15/03/2017

Action dated: 03/05/2017

To reduce the amount of theft from person in the Clarendon Park area.

The dedicated neighborhood team have recently completed a number of positive High Visibility Proactive Patrols which has reduce the amount of crime in the area of Clarendon Park, Officers have been engaging and encouraging local residence to stay alert and call to advise the Police If they see any persons acting suspiciously. Although there has been a reduction we would still ask that the public remain vigilant to prevent future crimes from occurring.

Issue dated: 08/12/2016

Action dated: 07/02/2017

To reduce the amount of theft from motor vehicles around the area of clarendon park.

Unfortunately there has been an unexpected increase in the number of vehicles being broken into since the beginning of June. There have been over 20 reports. A number of different vehicle types have been targeted, with some of the key locations being around the Howard road, St Leonards Rd, Adderley rd , area. We have already started undertaking police action to reduce this increase, and initiated extra police activates in the area. We are also working with the public, advising them to ensure they do not leave items of value on show in their vehicles. We will continue these efforts to ensure this rise in car crime does not become a permanent fixture in Clarendon Park.

Update 03/08/2016 Since the last update the efforts to reduce, and catch the person(s) responsible for the increase in theft from motor vehicles has continued. These have entailed increased patrols around the hot spot areas of Lorne Rd and St Leonards Rd. There has now been a marked decrease in the number of reports, with only 4 such reports being made so far in July – down from over 20 in June. To ensure the decrease is permanent, we will continue with this as a priority for the forthcoming month. Can I just remind people that some thieves will readily take advantage so please do not leave any items of value on display in your vehicle. Please continue to report any suspicious incidents via 101. Update September We the work to continue to reduce the thefts from motor vehicles has been continuing. We have been completing patrols in the area in addition to making sure we have been scrutinising any information that could help identify any culprits. There was a spike in the thefts from vehicles in June with over 20 , but it is pleasing that this has reduced ?with there being 9 thefts in August. We will continue with the patrols to ensure the reduction is permanent and to reduce it further still. Can I just remind everyone to lock their vehicles, and please do not leave any valuables on display and report suspicious incidents to the police.

10/10/2016 Unfortunately there has been an increase in the amount of reported crime focusing on vehicles. There has been 15 reported during the month of September. There have also been a number of suspicious incidents involving vehicles. We have been scrutinising information to identify those who may be responsible. The local officers have also continued visiting some of the victims of these vehicle crimes, to both reassure the public, and explore if there is any further information that can assist in identifying offenders. We will continue to focus on this as a priority, with a view to enlisting the support of further resources and teams from central Leicester Policing team to tackle the issues

Update 08/12/2016 - We have been conducting Targeted High Visibility Patrols and will continue to do so, even though there has been a drop in theft from motor vehicles . We are still continuing to conduct targeted patrols in the area affected and we are still urging and encouraging the local community to be vigilant and to ensure that their vehicles are secure and that any valuable items are removed from the vehicle before leaving it locked and secure with no items left on view.
PLEASE CONTACT THE POLICE IF YOU SEE ANYONE SUSPICIOUS IN YOUR AREA….

Update 09/01/2017 - The dedicated neighbourhood team have recently completed a number of High Visibility Proactive Patrols in order to reduce the amount of crime in the area of Clarendon Park, Officers have been engaging and encouraging local residence to stay alert and call to advise the Police If they see any persons acting suspiciously. We have been conducting high visibility patrols around the most problematic areas and have recently seen a reduction in the amount of theft from vehicles and person’s in the local area.

Although the number of reported crime have reduce, this will remain a priority and we will again be raising the number of High Visibility Proactive Patrols in the area of Clarendon Park in order to hopefully sustain and prevent future crimes

Closing statement

The dedicated neighborhood team have recently completed a number of High Visibility Proactive Patrols which has to reduce the amount of crime in the area of Clarendon Park area. Officers have been engaging and encouraging local residence to stay alert and call to advise the Police If they see any persons acting suspiciously. We have been conducting high visibility patrols around the most problematic areas and have recently seen a reduction in the amount of theft from vehicles by 55% in the local area. Although there has been a reduction we would still ask that the public remain vigilant to prevent future crimes from occurring.

Issue dated: 06/07/2016

Action dated: 07/02/2017

To reduce the amount of burglary on the Clarendon Park area.

For a number of months the priority for Clarendon Park has been addressing an increase in the amount of both dwelling and commercial burglaries. Since the beginning of the year we have continued working with the council to make properties less vulnerable to attack, and have continued putting out crime prevention messages. It has been pleasing to note that all the combined efforts have resulted in a marked reduction in the amount of recorded burglaries since the beginning of the year. In June there were 5 separate properties broken into. The good news is that the level of burglaries now means that it will still remain a focus, but will not be the key priority for Clarendon Park.

Issue dated: 22/12/2015

Action dated: 06/07/2016

Street Crime Within Clarendon Park

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Adderley Road Public order Awaiting court outcome
Adderley Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Avenue Road Extension Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Avenue Road Extension Other theft Under investigation
Avenue Road Extension Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cedars Court Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cedars Court Public order Under investigation
Central Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Central Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Central Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Clarendon Park Road Anti-social behaviour
Clarendon Park Road Other crime Under investigation
Clarendon Park Road Public order Under investigation
Counting House Road Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Counting House Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Counting House Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cradock Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cradock Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cradock Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cross Road Anti-social behaviour
Cross Road Public order Under investigation
Edward Road Anti-social behaviour
Edward Road Anti-social behaviour
Edward Road Anti-social behaviour
Edward Road Anti-social behaviour
Edward Road Anti-social behaviour
Edward Road Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Edward Road Shoplifting Under investigation
Edward Road Shoplifting Under investigation
Edward Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Further/Higher Educational Building Other theft Under investigation
Further/Higher Educational Building Anti-social behaviour
Further/Higher Educational Building Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Further/Higher Educational Building Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Further/Higher Educational Building Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Granville Road Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Granville Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Granville Road Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Granville Road Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Hartopp Road Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Islington Street Anti-social behaviour
Islington Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Landseer Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Lytton Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Mayor'S Walk Anti-social behaviour
Mayor'S Walk Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Oxford Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Unable to prosecute suspect
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Portland Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Queens Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Raeburn Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Salisbury Avenue Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Seymour Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Springfield Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Springfield Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Springfield Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Springfield Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
St Leonards Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
St Leonards Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Other theft Under investigation
Supermarket Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Shoplifting Under investigation
University Road Anti-social behaviour
University Road Anti-social behaviour
University Road Anti-social behaviour
Victoria Park Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Victoria Park Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect