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Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby Police Local Neighbourhood

This neighbourhood beat covers the villages of Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby.

The area is largely residential and includes a number of educational and licensed premises, as well as a busy town centre.

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Map of the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby Policing Area

Yellow markers represent Police Forces and the red markers represent neighbourhoods within Leicestershire Police.

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Towns and Villages within the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby Neighbourhood

The Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby is policed by the Leicestershire Police and covers the following settlements.

Settlements located within Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby
Name Type County
Blaby Village Leicestershire
Cosby Village Leicestershire
Countesthorpe Village Leicestershire
Leicester City Leicestershire
Whetstone Village Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WhetstonevillageLeicestershireOn or near Dog And Gun Lane5
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Western Drive4
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket4
WhetstonevillageLeicestershireOn or near Cemetery Road3

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WhetstonevillageLeicestershireOn or near Sports/Recreation Area7
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Western Drive6
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Horton Court5
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Navigation Drive3
WhetstonevillageLeicestershireOn or near Strudwick Way3

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WhetstonevillageLeicestershireOn or near Anna'S Way11
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket5
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Beech Road4
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Welford Road4
BlabyvillageLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket4

Neighbourhood Events for Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby

TitleDescriptionDates
Beat Surgery Waitrose, Blaby

meeting

We will be holding a Beat Surgery at Waitrose, Johns Court, Blaby on 11th June 2019 between 4:30pm and 6:30pm to see what your concerns are for this local area. Please come along meet PC 914 Tom Longden and let us know what matters to you.

Start: 11/07/2019 16:30

End: 11/07/2019 18:30
Beat Surgery Glenhills Library

meeting

We will be holding a Beat Surgery at Glenhills Library, Dorothy Ave, on 11th July 2019 between 4:30pm and 6:30pm to see what your concerns are for this local area. Please come along and meet PC 4432 Uppal and let us know what matters to you.

Start: 11/07/2019 16:30

End: 11/07/2019 18:30
Beat Surgery Cosby Library

meeting

We will be holding a Beat Surgery at Cosby Library, on 3rd August 2019 between 4:00pm and 6:00pm to see what your concerns are for this local area. Please come along and meet PCSO 6067 Chandy and let us know what matters to you.

Start: 03/08/2019 16:00

End: 03/08/2019 18:00
Beat Surgery Blaby Library

meeting

We will be holding a Beat Surgery at Blaby Library, along with your local MP, Alberto Costa between 12:00am and 2:00pm on 6th September 2019 to see what your concerns are for this local area. Please come along and meet PC 914 Tom Longden & Alberto Costa and let us know what matters to you.

Start: 06/09/2019 12:00

End: 06/09/2019 14:00

Police Officer Information for Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby

NameRankBio
Andy Cox Sgt

I have been a Police officer for 26 years and have served at various police stations including Braunstone, Beaumont Leys, Lutterworth, Belgrave, Wigston and the City Centre at various ranks (Including Acting Inspector).
To move back into Neighbourhood Policing is a great privilege as I believe that the primary core of Policing stems from working for, with and within the community, to help create a better society for all.
That said, Policing and the society it polices has changed and the challenge is to keep providing the best service that we can, working with our partners and other agencies to accomplish that with less resources, staff and money and help the community understand that.
I look forward to the next chapter of my Policing life and whatever that does bring.

Kal Uppal PC I joined Leicestershire Constabulary in 2003, and in that time I have worked as a uniformed response officer covering the Blaby District area. In 2007 I took on the role of Anti Social Behaviour Officer, which involved me working closely with Blaby District Council community safety team.

I look forward to working within the community and addressing the issues which are important to you. I am keen to provide a reassuring and highly visible police presence and will be taking a proactive approach to tackling criminal activity within the area.
Biju Chandy PCSO

I have been a PCSO with Leicestershire Police since November 2013 and I am currently based at Braunstone Police station as part of the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva & Cosby Neighbourhood Policing Team.

I enjoy providing a visbile presence in the community and tackling local issues to provide a safe and crime free environment for residents.

I am committed to working alongside partner agencies to promote added security.

Please feel free to contact me when you see me out and about on patrol.

Zahid Malik PCSO

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2005 and have enjoyed working in the past as part of the Fosse villages, Glenfield, Kirby Muxloe and Leicester Forest East neighbourhood teams. I am delighted now to be associated with the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby team and look forward to engaging with local communities where I hope my experience will become handy.

I will endeavour to be approachable and resolve community issues by way of high visibility patrols. I intend to provide reassurance and instil confidence among the local community by means of traditional policing approach. Please feel free to contact me to discuss the issues affecting your quality of life.

Tom Longden PC

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2002 spending over 9 years at Welford Road Police Station, where I carried out a number of neighbourhood roles. In 2011 I moved to Syston Police station and continued as a Neighbourhood Officer, policing a more rural beat.

In January 2013, I became part of the Safer Neighbourhood teams in the Northwest of the county.

I now look forward to the challenge of a new beat, bringing my neighbourhood policing skills to the users, residents, schools and businesses of the Blaby area.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby

IssueActionDates

From analytical work, it has been identified that there is a rise in vehicle crime where vehicles are stolen whilst the owners are leaving them running whilst defrosting them on frosty/snowy mornings.

Issue dated: 01/01/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Having analysed our crime over the past three years there have been a spike of vehicle crimes occurring in and around the Glen Parva area. The reports of theft from vehicles, mostly centred around the Navigation Road, Newbridge Road and Knightsbridge Road area. Most of these vehicles are locked and suspect(s) have used unknown means to gain entry into the vehicles. On a few occasions windows had been smashed to gain entry.

From various strategies used, vehicle crime in general has dropped significantly. Therefore, this priority has been closed.

Issue dated: 01/09/2018

Action dated: 01/01/2019

Young persons drinking and causing ASB on Bouskell Park, Blaby in the evenings.

Local youth services have completed engagement activities in the area and have successfully signposted young people away from negative behaviour.
Patrols have taken place to prevent and identify youths involved in ASB/damage.

Issue dated: 01/08/2018

Action dated: 01/09/2018

Local shop keepers and residents are reporting large groups of youths are congregating and causing anti-social behaviour, being rowdy, littering, intimidating members of the local community and climbing onto the roofs on the shops in and around the precinct.
The Police will be conducting extra patrols in and around the location to identify and take action against those young people who refuse to use the area correctly using the incremental approach process.
'Streetvibe' youth workers will be conducting weekly sessions in the area to engage with the youths and help signpost their behaviour into more positive and productive outcomes.

There have been no further reports of ASB in the precinct area and locality. Monitoring will continue but this priority is now closed.

Issue dated: 01/04/2018

Action dated: 01/08/2018

Having analysed our crime in the past month there have been around 15 reports of theft from vehicles, mostly centred around the Navigation Road, Newbridge Road and Knightsbridge Road area. Most of these vehicles are locked and suspect(s) have used unknown means to gain entry into the vehicles. On a few occasions windows had been smashed to gain entry.

Update March 2018:
Although a rise in vehicle crime generally, this is in line with current vehicle crime rates across the UK.
Street lighting has been turned on at various locations in the Glen Parva area and this has lead to a reduction in the fear of crime.
Patrols will continue 'as and when' required and availability allows. however this priority is now closed.

Issue dated: 01/02/2018

Action dated: 29/03/2018

Users of Johns Court, Blaby are reporting groups of youths are causing anti-social behaviour by riding cycles in and around the precinct and adjacent car park, intimidating members of the local community.

Staff have patrolled the precinct during their duties but not come across any youths on bikes. We have asked for the 'Impact Team' to work in the locations in and around the area to engage with any youths that may be 'hanging around'.
There are no further incidents of note to require this matter to be raised as a priority and therefore this matter is closed.

Issue dated: 01/11/2017

Action dated: 31/12/2017

There are speeding vehicles on Croft Road into Cosby Village from the direction of the B4114.
Consultation has taken place with residents and a speed survey was completed on Croft Road.
The device was out from 22-29th March and during this time 82% of vehicles were found to be exceeding the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) enforcement threshold of 10% +2mph. This represents poor compliance with the limit. There has been one serious accident in the past 5 years on this road, between a vehicle and a horse and rider.
Date To mean speed % above limit % above limit + 15% above acpo85% (mph) Total
29/03/2017 41.5 97.1 24.6 81.9 (49) 39095

We have spoken to the local Parish council and signposted them to the County Council worker who is coordinating the redeployment and training of the Community Speed Watch. Following the recent publication of this issue in a local journal where the Police have confirmed that the issue is on going and prevalent in the locality, The article was highlighted on Facebook which generated many comments from local residents wishing to be involved in the Community Speed Watch. Elaine Wakelam, the Parish Clark has commented on these matters and is collating the names for future training.
Graham Compton, Leicestershire Safer Roads officer, is working with the county council and LSR to arrange for the speed enforcement van to be situated along that stretch of road at different times of the day/week to assist the local community and help reduce the speeding.
Currently there is little more for the NPA to physically do as until the parish council actually start coordinating local residents and working with the county council to arrange training days for them (which has been successfully done by other local parish councils recently - Newbold Verdon as an example).
Therefore, this priority has been closed.

Issue dated: 01/08/2017

Action dated: 20/10/2017

On separate occasions noisy scrambler type motor cycles are being ridden around the Hospital Lane Oakfield Park area and fields between Countesthorpe and Blaby, some riders without helmets. This is causing a nuisance to local residents and a danger to others using the general area.

No further complaints. Closed.

Issue dated: 11/05/2017

Action dated: 09/08/2017

Local shop keepers and residents are reporting large groups of youths are congregating and causing anti-social behaviour, being rowdy, littering, intimidating members of the local community and climbing onto the roofs on the shops in and around the precinct.

Several consultations have been carried out with both businesses and users of the area. We have fed back to the community what we and Blaby District Council ASB unit have done. All state that the issues that were being faced in past months have reduced significantly and are at an acceptable level. Although there are some young people about and an occasional issue, the matters are of a tolerable level now.
Because of this, this priority is now closed.

Issue dated: 15/01/2017

Action dated: 11/05/2017

To deal with complaints of noise and vandalism of the sensory stimulation equipment at the park

The sensory equipment has been removed by the Parish Council. The number of incidents has reduced, engagement with local youths continues to help reduce incidents of damage.
This problem solving plan has now been closed after a consultation with the local residents.

Issue dated: 29/06/2015

Action dated: 15/02/2016

To deal with parking issues along the stretch of Main Street running from the Bunning Hall down to the St Michaels and All Angels Church. Particularly problem outside the church where the road narrow and on Wednesday evenings between 17:00 and 19:00 outside the Bunning Hall when Slimming world classes are held.

Work has been conducted with the local residents and the bus company around parking considerately.
The bus route has changed and the number of complaints has reduced.

Issue dated: 28/02/2015

Action dated: 15/02/2016

To tackle speeding vehicles on Grove Road, Whetstone

There has been work conducted involving patrol activity, technical equipment and an engagement with the local residents. The technical equipment has shown this is a perception issue and there is not an enforcement issue outstanding at this location. The residents have been informed of the findings by letter and through the parish publications.

Issue dated: 20/02/2015

Action dated: 26/06/2015

To tackle the issue of anti-social behaviour (ASB) and vandalism in Blaby and Whetstone.

Targeted patrols have been conducted, youth engagement officers have assisted to discuss boundaries and direct the youths activities towards other things.

The area is closely associated with another area for Children to congregate which is Narborough. On-going work has been conducted at both location with youth services (Impact team) and the BB19 bus.

This work will continue using officers from the neighbourhood team to build good relationships and bridges in an attempt to reduce the number of calls we receive.

Issue dated: 27/08/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle the increase in thefts from motor vehicles in Glen Parva and Blaby.

Over the last two months there have been a number of arrests and the crime has reduced in this area.

Covert and overt patrols have been conducted in the area and will continue to be an opportunity for us in the future.

This priority has therefore been closed pending any further trends.

Issue dated: 25/08/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle the increase in burglaries from residential sheds and garages in Glen Parva.

Over the last two months there have been a number of arrests and the numbers of crimes reported has reduced.

Covert and overt patrols have been conducted in the area and will continue to be an opportunity for us in the future.

This PSP will be closed pending any further trends.

Issue dated: 25/08/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle the issue of anti-social behaviour (ASB) and vandalism on Northfield Park and the Blaby area.

Patrols as part of Op Antidote have been carried out at the location which has resulted in a reduction in the number of youths on the park itself as they now tend to congregate around the Precinct in Blaby.

The neighbourhood team are working with the anti-social behaviour officer to manage the problem areas and the youths.

This priority will continue throughout the next period.

Issue dated: 16/08/2013

Action dated: 06/05/2014

A large number of youths gathering on Warwick Road, Whetstone in relation to anti-social behaviour (ASB) causing harassment, alarm and distress to the users of the Boys Club and local residents.

High visibility patrols were conducted during the times of concerns, with officers wearing bodycams to capture anti-social behaviour. Those youths involved were dealt with or taken home.

The team also worked closely with other agencies in order to tackle repeat offenders of anti-social behaviour.

Issue dated: 01/05/2013

Action dated: 16/08/2013

To tackle the issue of anti-social behaviour (ASB) and vandalism on Northfield Park, Blaby

The Safer Neighbourhood team have worked closely with Blaby District Council, the Impact team and anti-social behaviour (ASB) staff and ensured that the BB19 bus was in the area during the appropriate times to promote youth engagement with the team.

Police have also had a 'Waymarker' on the area and increased police visibility during the times in which large numbers of youths have congregated in and around the location.

Police have taken positive action and removed or taken home anyone who was believed to be causing issues. Details of the youths causing a nuisance was recorded and ASB letters were sent to their parents thus making them aware of what their child was doing. The neighbourhood team have patrolled the area and removed alcohol from underage youths. Test purchases were also made in and around local shops in Blaby.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 25/02/2013

Anti-social behaviour (ASB)is occurring around the Co-op store, Lutterworth Road and Grove Road, Blaby.

This is happening mainly on Friday and Saturday evenings.

with the Co-operative store updating their CCTV in order to tackle the ASB.

Blaby District Council has deployed the BB19 youth bus to locations in Blaby on a Friday evening for the youths to utilise.

A waymarker has been placed in the Blaby area to assist in addressing ASB.

Issue dated: 01/03/2012

Action dated: 01/08/2012

about thefts and criminal damage being committed on the Winchester Avenue Industrial Estate particularly during the hours of darkness.

Up to 40 businesses have raised enough cash for an effective CCTV system with automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) capability which is in the process of being ordered.

This will go some way towards the prevention and detection of crime in this Business area.

Issue dated: 16/11/2011

Action dated: 16/03/2012

about the anti-social use of off road motor cycles and mini motos which is causing haras
sment, alarm and distress to those lawfully using The Great Central Way, Glen Parva in the evenings and at weekends.

by carrying out cycle patrols on the Great Central Way and working with CCTV operators who cover the route near to Soar Valley Way.
Horse owners were also spoken to and were urged to report sitings of motorcycles being used on the route.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 16/11/2011

To reduce anti social behaviour including criminal damage to vehicles and property in the area of Warwick Road, Brookside and the The Londis Store, Whetstone. Every evening between 6pm and 11pm.

by conducting targeted patrols at key times at the location and liaising with other agencies including Blaby District Council Community Safety Team and Leicestershire County Council Youth Workers (IMPACT team). They gave the area attention and interacted with the local young people and suggested diversionary activities for them. We also continued to develop the strong relationship we have with the staff at the nearby Blaby Boys Club.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/06/2011

Anti-social behaviour, rowdiness and criminal damage in and around Whetstone Court, Wale Road and Cemetery Road, Whetstone, incorporating The Whetstone Memorial Hall on High Street. This is a problem during weekday evenings between 6pm and midnight, and also at weekends

By conducting targeted patrols at relevant times. We have made five arrests for public nuisance offences. Three local youths have been charged and are awaiting trial at court. With the support of Blaby District Council Community Safety Team we have used anti-social behaviour contracts and provided support to parents to help tackle poor behaviour. The County Council Youth Impact team have deployed staff at the location for six weeks during the relevant times. They engaged with local youths and offered alternative activities. We have also worked with local shopkeepers to identify problem individuals. We have then made home visits to these individuals and challenged their behaviour in the presence of their parents. This has resulted in anti social behaviour at this location being greatly reduced

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/01/2011

Anti-social behaviour, comprising under age drinking, trespass, criminal damage and general rowdiness, around Warwick Road, (incorporating the derelict former GEC), Brook Street, and King Street, Whetstone, from 4pm to 11pm, seven days a week.

by conducting high profile patrols in the area, along with covert patrols in unmarked vehicles. We are continuing to work with our partner agencies to have the GEC site secured. Those youths we have caught engaged in anti-social behaviour have been referred to The Community Safety Team within Blaby District Council. We have also been visiting parents and trying to work with them. Additionally local youths have been dealt with by restorative justice for anti-social acts on King Street. A local young person was arrested for burglary at the Whetstone Baptist Church on King Street. As part of his punishment he was employed by the church to carryout some manual work. This was a positive result for both the young person concerned and the church itself.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Graffiti on Northfield Park, Blaby, and the cricket
club pavilion, changing rooms and recreation
equipment, which we believe is occurring at
evenings and weekends

By conducting regular patrols particularly during the times when incidents were reported. While we engaged with local youths, we saw a man mistreating play equipment. His details were passed to the community safety unit at Blaby District Council who dealt with him. We have spoken to Blaby Parish Council and Blaby Cricket Club over the possibility of using anti-vandal paint in the future on the park buildings. We have shared photos of the graffiti "tags" with neighbouring beat teams and schools, in an attmpt to see who is responsible.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Obstructive and inconsiderate parking in vicinity of
Stokes Junior School, Blaby â?" including Queens
Road, The Fairway and the bottom of Auburn
Road - at school start and finish times during term,
Monday to Friday

By carrying out patrols in the area of the school at the relevant times. We spoke with parents, residents and motorists, promoting safe and considerate parking. A number of drivers were verbally warned and we sent out a number of advisory letters to parents of children attending Stokes School. Unfortunately we still had four drivers who were issued with £30 fixed penalty notices for obstructive parking.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Speeding vehicles, and vehicles being driven
recklessly and inconsiderately, along Southway,
Blaby, between 2pm and 2am, seven days a
week.

By conducting roadside speed checks during these times. We used a new hand held speed detection device to monitor speed compliance. In total we stopped eight vehicles, seven drivers were verbally warned over their speed, and a moped rider was reported for summons for speeding and failing to stop. Additionally Police Community Support Officers from our road policing unit used portable display signs to alert drivers of their speed. We will continue to work with other agencies to address the issues but at this time we will close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Discouraging rowdy behaviour, and tackling
alcohol drinking in the street, around Queen Public
House, Cedar Road, Blaby, and neighbouring
streets, from 5pm to midnight on Fridays,
Saturdays and Sundays;

By conducting licensing checks at the premises at key
times, including checking the age of drinkers, and
carrying out high visibility patrols at closing times.
Through the Joint Action Group we worked with a range
of partners on this issue. We requested a review of the
licence at Blaby District Council, but the licensees
surrendered the premises licence before the hearing
took place. We will now continue to work with the
owners of the premises to establish its long term future.
This priority will now close.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

Tackling young people drinking alcohol and
causing litter and noise in Bridge Way, Whetstone,
from 5pm to midnight each night;

By conducting high visibility patrols at the location
during the evenings and in particular Friday and
Saturday evenings. We have also engaged with Blaby
District Council's anti-social behaviour team, resulting in
warning letters being sent out to identified offenders. We
have kept local residents and the Parish Council
updated with progress made. The decision has been
taken to close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

Stone throwing from the railway tracks around the
Twittens Railway Crossing, Little Glen Road, Glen
Parva, during school holidays, and 4pm 6pm
weekdays and at weekends.

By calling a site meeting with residents, Network Rail,
British Transport Police and council representatives. We
have also carried out high visibility and covert patrols of
the location especially during school holidays. We have
discussed recommendations with partner agencies,
some of which have been implemented by Network Rail.
The issue of closing the crossing to pedestrians is being
considered. This application will be made by Glen Parva
Parish Council, using legislation designed to deal with
such issues. We will continue to support the Parish
Council and liaise with British Transport Police but will
close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

Tackling speeding along Hospital Lane, Blaby.

By enforcing the speed limit with the use of a radar
speed detection devices, which resulted in prosecutions
for a number of drivers.
We have had dedicated patrols at the end of the school
day and we have used a speed detection device that
displays the speed to help educate drivers.
We are also working with Leicestershire County
Council's Highways department regarding other
measures to calm traffic in this area. We will be closing
this priority at this time.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

Tackling graffiti at Guthlaxton Trail, at the top of
New Bridge Road, Glen Parva, and the canal
locks. We will work with other agencies to get this
eyesore cleared, and seek those responsible.

By carrying out dedicated patrols in the area, and
checking on a number of people who may have
possessed spray paint or marker pens used to commit
acts of damage. We have been liaising with various
agencies to repaint graffiti-tagged property which
included Transco, British Waterways and Environmental
Health.
We have gained intelligence on those responsible, by
liaising with Neighbouring Police Beat Teams which we
will continue to monitor. We will be closing this priority at
this time

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

To tackle speeding vehicles through the 30 zone on Hospital Lane, Blaby. This has been of concern to residents especially outside the Primary School.

With a high profile presence at various times of the
week. Some drivers who have marginally exceeded the
30mph limit have been given advice. Others have been
given fixed penalty notices, and those who exceeded
50mph have been reported for court action.
Due to the quantity of vehicles using this road and the
proximity of the school to the start of the 30mph limit,
the decision has been made to carry this priority over for
the following three months.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To tackle the issue of fires being lit in shrubbery off Shelduck Close, Whetstone, whereby palletts from the adjacent industrial estate are being dragged up the embankment and set alight.

By carrying out enquiries to find those responsible. We
are also contacting other agencies to clean up the area.
We will be continuing with this as a priority over the next
three months.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Street Crime Within Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Ashville Way Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Ashville Way Burglary Under investigation
Auburn Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Auburn Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Bayswater Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Beech Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Bigg'S Close Shoplifting Awaiting court outcome
Bradshaw Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bradshaw Avenue Public order Local resolution
Bridge Way Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Broadbent Close Other theft Under investigation
Broadbent Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Brook Gardens Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cambridge Road Shoplifting Under investigation
Cedar Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cemetery Road Public order Offender sent to prison
Cemetery Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cemetery Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Cherry Road Burglary Under investigation
Church Lane Vehicle crime Unable to prosecute suspect
Cork Lane Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cross Street Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cross Street Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cross Street Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dog And Gun Lane Public order Under investigation
Dog And Gun Lane Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dog And Gun Lane Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Dog And Gun Lane Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Dog And Gun Lane Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Dovedale Avenue Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Earle Smith Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Enderby Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Gimson Avenue Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Grange Drive Shoplifting Under investigation
Greylag Way Violence and sexual offences Further investigation is not in the public interest
Halford Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harland Close Anti-social behaviour
Hexter Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Heybrook Avenue Bicycle theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Hillsborough Crescent Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Home Close Burglary Under investigation
Horseshoe Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Horton Court Public order Under investigation
Horton'S Close Anti-social behaviour
Horton'S Close Anti-social behaviour
Jamesway Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
King Street Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Lady Leys Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Leveret Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Leysland Avenue Anti-social behaviour
Little Glen Road Vehicle crime Under investigation
Lockside Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Lockside Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Shoplifting Under investigation
Maura Close Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Michael Ramsey Court Robbery Unable to prosecute suspect
Mill Lane Anti-social behaviour
New Street Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Oaks Drive Anti-social behaviour
Oaks Drive Anti-social behaviour
Oaks Drive Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Old Garden Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Paddock Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Park Close Burglary Under investigation
Parking Area Burglary Under investigation
Parking Area Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pedestrian Subway Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Burglary Under investigation
Phipps Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Portland Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Richmond Close Vehicle crime Under investigation
Sanderson Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Saxon Dale Burglary Under investigation
Severn Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Severn Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Spinney Close Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Sports/Recreation Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Sports/Recreation Area Robbery Under investigation
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Springwell Lane Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Springwell Lane Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Station Street Anti-social behaviour
Supermarket Burglary Under investigation
Supermarket Anti-social behaviour
Supermarket Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Burglary Under investigation
Supermarket Public order Under investigation
Supermarket Shoplifting Unable to prosecute suspect
Supermarket Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Theft from the person Under investigation
The Banks Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Crestway Anti-social behaviour
The Crestway Vehicle crime Under investigation
The Crestway Vehicle crime Under investigation
The Elms Anti-social behaviour
Walnut Grove Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Wareham Road Other theft Under investigation
Welford Road Anti-social behaviour
Welford Road Anti-social behaviour
West View Avenue Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Western Drive Anti-social behaviour
Western Drive Anti-social behaviour
Western Drive Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Western Drive Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
White Barn Drive Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
White Barn Drive Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Whittle Close Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Winchester Avenue Burglary Under investigation
Winchester Avenue Burglary Under investigation
Wootton Close Burglary Under investigation
Wykeham Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Wykeham Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Wykeham Close Other crime Under investigation