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Fosse Villages Police Local Neighbourhood

This neighbourhood beat covers the villages of Sharnford, Stoney Stanton, Thurlaston, Croft, Leicester Forest West, Huncote, Sapcote, Aston Firs, Aston Flamville, Elmesthorpe, High Cross, Potters Marston and Wigston Parva.

The villages are thriving communities and host numerous annual events such as the Croft Military weekend, which are supported by local police.

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Map of the Fosse Villages 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 Fosse Villages Neighbourhood

The Fosse Villages is policed by the Leicestershire Police and covers the following settlements.

Settlements located within Fosse Villages
Name Type County
Aston Flamville Village Leicestershire
Croft Village Leicestershire
Earl Shilton Town Leicestershire
Elmesthorpe Village Leicestershire
Huncote Village Leicestershire
Leicester Forest West Village Leicestershire
Sapcote Village Leicestershire
Sharnford Village Leicestershire
Stoney Stanton Village Leicestershire
Thurlaston Village Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Fosse Villages neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Fosse Villages neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Stoney StantonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Parking Area4
Stoney StantonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Pickering Close2
SapcotevillageLeicestershireOn or near Dovecote Close2

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Fosse Villages neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Stoney StantonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Parking Area4
HuncotevillageLeicestershireOn or near Critchlow Road4
SapcotevillageLeicestershireOn or near Livesey Drive4
CroftvillageLeicestershireOn or near Pochin Street4

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Fosse Villages neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Stoney StantonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Parking Area3
CroftvillageLeicestershireOn or near Bridle Close2

Neighbourhood Events for Fosse Villages

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Beat Surgery Sapcote

meeting

We will be holding a Beat Surgery at Sapcote Sports Pavilion, Sapcote between 10am and 11am on 8th July 2019 to see what your concerns are for this local area. Please come along and let us know what matters to you.

Start: 08/07/2019 10:00

End: 08/07/2019 11:00

Police Officer Information for Fosse Villages

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.

Chris Gutteridge PC

I joined Leicestershire police as a constable in 2012, prior to that I had worked as a police community support officer in the Hinckley and Bosworth area. I joined the fosse villages as a dedicated neighbourhood officer in April 2016.
I look forward to working within the community, reducing crime 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.

Mike Walker PCSO

I moved to the Fosse Villages beat in September 2017.

Previously I have worked within both Hinckley and Melton, on both town and rural beats.

I am keen to listen to local issues and will endeavour to work with partner agencies in order to tackle crime and ASB in your area.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Fosse Villages

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

To tackle anti social behaviour after an increase in calls from local residents regarding young people using Brindley Park, Stoney Stanton and surrounding area who are causing a nuisance to other park users and residents with balls hitting cars and noise.
Update:

Since this was raised we have conducted several patrols whereby several youths have been spoken to and advised about behaviour and conduct whilst on a public park. There have been no further complaints received in relation to this matter.
We have updated our partners and the local parish council and this matter is now closed.

Issue dated: 01/11/2018

Action dated: 01/01/2019

Having analysed our crime over the past three years there have been a spike of vehicle crimes occurring in and around the Fosse Villages area, Sharnford, Stoney Stanton, Thurlaston, Croft, Leicester Forest West, Huncote, Sapcote, Aston Firs, Aston Flamville, Elmesthorpe, High Cross, Potters Marston and Wigston Parva.
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.
There are also another group focused on theft of tools from vans.

Various tactics were used to attempt to reduce this type of crime in the location including Hi-viz patrols, covert plain cloth patrols. Using intelligence and information to visit past offenders for vehicle crime and offering support from other agencies to divert them from re-offending (if accepted). Social Media is also being used to highlight incidents and to raise awareness to lock vehicles and remove valuables.
Arrests have occurred and this has resulted in vehicle crime dropping to levels that would be expected across a beat location.

Issue dated: 30/09/2018

Action dated: 01/11/2018

There have been reports of vehicles being attacked and rammed in the layby on the B4114 near the Sapcote turn off.

There have been no further incidents reported and the council have seta date to clear the area. As this is now the case, this priority is now closed

Issue dated: 01/09/2018

Action dated: 01/10/2018

We have received a number of complaints regarding youths swimming in disused quarry’s across the beat.

We have been patrolling all locations and providing a highly visible police presence. As such there have not been any further reports of people using the locations for leisure activities this month.
The priority is now closed.

Issue dated: 01/07/2018

Action dated: 01/09/2018

There has been an increase in reports of youths congregating and taking drugs in car parks across the fosse village’s area. This usually tends to be in cannabis form and is generally being smoked by young people recreationally. Coupled with the drug taking the youths make noise, are rowdy, inconsiderate and anti-social. This ranges from vehicle related anti-social behaviour to shouting swearing and littering.
We will be working with the local parish councils and District Council to see if their civil enforcement officers will visit highlighted sites to enforce and educate users. The neighbourhood team will be patrolling the areas and identifying persons involved in this ASB and taking appropriate action where possible.

We issued Section 59 notices to several vehicles, warnings to others and worked with the local authorities to install gates on the car park.

Issue dated: 01/03/2018

Action dated: 01/07/2018

There has been an increase in thefts of and from motor vehicles across the Fosse Villages area over the past 4 weeks.
This is not specific to one location and is committed by criminals who are not necessarily living in the location where the crime is occurring.

Over the last 3 months we have seen a 70% decrease in reports of theft from motor vehicles. Whilst this is definitely a positive the beat team will still continue to combat and minimise any possible threats on the area. That said, we will continue to look at any intelligence and will act proactively basing our patrols on this intelligence. Looking at yearly figures, we have seen a 50% decrease since this time last year.

Issue dated: 01/11/2017

Action dated: 28/02/2018

Inappropriate behaviour at Fosse Meadows and the B4114 lay-by, Coventry Road, Sapcote has been reported to the Police and sporadic vehicle crime in those locations has been reported.

We have added various signs and increased patrols in the locations. This has resulted in no reports of sexual encounters in the location and only one theft from a motor vehicle over the period that this priority has been in action.
We have updated the local KINS and parish representatives about what has happened and the success of the operation.
this priority is now closed.

Issue dated: 01/08/2017

Action dated: 20/10/2017

Anti-Social behaviour using vehicles in a manner which cause alarm and distress to members of the community.
Areas of concern which have been identified are Huncote Pavilion / Huncote Sand Quarry.
From consultations in the area of Huncote Pavilion / Huncote Sand Quarry, the area appears to be suffering a spike in vehicle related ASB with reports of motorbikes being rode on land without permission.

The beat team have carried out patrols in the locality and have kept in close contact with staff at the local sports centre regarding the highlighted issue. They have informed us that there have been a great reduction in ASB related vehicle incidents. The local parish council members have been updated and are fully aware.

Issue dated: 02/04/2017

Action dated: 11/05/2017

Anti-Social behaviour using vehicles in a manner which cause alarm and distress to members of the community.
Areas of concern which have been identified is Winston Avenue in Croft.
From consultations in the area Winston Avenue, Croft appears to be suffering a spike in vehicle related ASB and has experienced an increase in vehicles attending the location from other areas, using the car parks to gather. The occupants of those vehicles are making noise and leaving litter.

Issue dated: 02/04/2017

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Working with the local partners and community to manage the flow of traffic through the village of Sapcote especially along the B4114.
The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be looking to address the speed of vehicles and reduce the Road Traffic Collisions along this busy stretch of road through the BlabyDistrict Area.

The County Council have agreed to install speed cameras into the village which will be done sometime in the next year. The issue over speeding will continued to be monitored and evaluated

Issue dated: 07/02/2017

Action dated: 02/04/2017

Motor bikes are riding illegally on land off Forest Road, Huncote namely on the quarry site next to the leisure centre. The motor bikes are causing a nuisance to local residents, due to the danger of them using bridal ways and the noise that they make.
The Quarry and Leisure Centre do not allow the use of their land for these types of activities and are working with police to address the issue.

There has been no reports of this type and therefore the priority has been closed.

Issue dated: 30/04/2016

Action dated: 20/02/2017

To tackle speeding along Arbour Road and Broughton Road in Croft

This problem solving profile will be closed.

Issue dated: 01/03/2015

Action dated: 15/02/2016

To tackle ASB and noise nuisance on Earnshaw Road, Stoney Stanton

Patrol activity has been conducted and residents have been revisited. No issues were raised on the revisit consultation.

Issue dated: 13/02/2015

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle the increase in theft from motor vehicles in Sharnford, Stoney Stanton and Sapcote.

Over the last 3 months we have seen a reduction in thefts from motor vehicles on the beat and are therefore closing this priority. We will continue to conduct high visibility patrols by foot and by vehicle.

Issue dated: 11/09/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle the increase of burglary other than a dwelling in Stoney Stanton and Sapcote.

Over the last 3 months in Sapcote and Stoney Stanton we have seen a reduction in burglaries other than a dwelling, so are therefore closing this priority to focus our attentions elsewhere. We will continue to conduct high visibility patrols on foot and by vehicle.

Issue dated: 11/09/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

To tackle anti social behaviour on Brindley Park, Stoney Stanton after an increase in calls from local residents regarding young people using the park who are causing a nuisance to other park users and residents with balls hitting cars and noise.

This priority has been closed as we have not received any complaints from the location for a number of months. Whilst conducting local patrols we have not come across any youths at the location. We have been in touch with local residents and they are no longer raising this issue as a concern. Blaby District Council have viewed the location in the past and have taken measures to address and reduce ball games and low level ASB.

Issue dated: 13/08/2014

Action dated: 01/04/2015

Speeding vehicles on Broughton Road through the village which turns into Station Road in Stoney Stanton

Beat team conducted high visibility and use of speed gun at locations no drivers dealt with for speeding offences. No further reports or issues at location.

Issue dated: 28/04/2014

Action dated: 28/08/2014

Speeding vehicles on Narborough Road in Huncote.

Beat team conducted high visibility patrols and use of speed gun at locations no drivers dealt with for speeding offences. No further reports or issues at location.

Issue dated: 28/04/2014

Action dated: 28/08/2014

Speeding vehicles on Grace Road in Sapcote

Beat team conducted high visibility and use of speed gun at locations no drivers dealt with for speeding offences. No further reports or issues at location.

Issue dated: 28/04/2014

Action dated: 28/08/2014

Speeding vehicles on Grace Road in Sapcote.

This priority is still ongoing and will continue in the next period.

Issue dated: 29/08/2013

Action dated: 28/04/2014

Speeding vehicles on Narborough Road, Huncote.

This priority is still ongoing and will continue into the next period.

Issue dated: 29/08/2013

Action dated: 28/04/2014

Speeding vehicle on Broughton Road and through the village which turns into Station Road, Stoney Stanton.

This priority is ongoing and will continue into the next period.

Issue dated: 29/08/2013

Action dated: 28/04/2014

To reduce anti-social behaviour (ASB) and related criminal offences in Stoney Stanton during evenings and weekends.

ASB has been successfully reduced by a multi-agency approach. The young people causing a nuisance in the area were dealt with positively in conjunction with Blaby District Council Community Safety Team.

The BB19 bus along with the Youth Impact Team was deployed to the area for regular engagement with the young people, getting to know them and break down barriers.

All agencies have worked closely with residents and shop owners in the area sharing information and dealing pro-actively and positively for young people to take ownership of their area and look after it.

An environmental visual audit was conducted on a multi-agency level to determine improvements in the area that could benefit. Anti vandal signs were distributed around the area to deter young people from climbing on buildings.

The level of anti-social behaviour has significantly decreased.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 04/03/2013

Residents would like to see a reduction in anti-social behaviour (ASB) and minor crime offences in Croft during evenings and weekends.

by identifying persons that were part of a small group causing ASB and committing minor criminal offences.

Positive action was taken and as a result there has been no repeat activity.

Offenders have been given guidance by police and youth workers.

Issue dated: 01/03/2012

Action dated: 23/07/2012

Reduce speeding vehicles on Grace Road, Sapcote, Monday to Friday from 7.30am until 9.30am and 4pm until 7.30pm.

by identifying the speed data from covert monitoring. We then conducted various checks at specified times. Drivers werer verbally warned, received a written warning or issued with an enforceable fixed penalty notice. Road signage was increased for driver awareness. Engagement with local members of the public also increased awareness of the priority.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 12/03/2012

Reduce anti-social behaviour (ASB) including nuisance motor cycles and neighbour problems in Quarry View Close, Huncote, Monday to Friday 4pm until midnight and all day Saturday and Sunday.

by working with external partners at Blaby District Council and Three Oaks Housing, identifying those involved and reinforcing neighbourhood relations. Positive action was taken and anti-social behaviour (ASB) advice letters were issued to two owners of motorcycles. A combination of covert and overt police patrols increased awareness. There has since been few ASB related calls to the location.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 12/03/2012

To enforce the restrictions of the temporary road closure on Burbage Common Road, Elmesthorpe Monday - Sunday.

by increasing the police presence at random times during each day. The Hinckley Times published an article appealing to local motorists to re-consider using the closed road and made them aware of the increased police patrols. Numerous vehicles were stopped and drivers spoken to and advised of the diversion route. The offence was also explained to them if they disobeyed the road closure signs. Non endorsable fixed penalty notices were issued to offending drivers. As a result of the positive action taken there was a decrease in the amount of vehicles using the road unlawfully.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To take action against commercial vehicles in breach of weight or waste transfer legislation on the B4114, Sapcote, Stoney Stanton, Croft and Sharnford. Monday to Friday 7am - 5pm

by holding an operation on the B4114 in the lay-by area near to Sapcote with various external agencies which included Vehicle and Operating Services Agency (VOSA), Environmental Health and Taxi Licensing who assisted us in taking positive action for various offences. We stopped 103 commercial vehicles and took action against various offenders which included issuing endorsable and non-endorsable fixed penalty notices, prohibition notices, and seizing vehicles. We invited the media along and as a result an article with photographs of the operation appeared in the Leicester Mercury and Hinckley Times. This will have increased awareness amongst commercial vehicle drivers.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

Speeding on Broughton Road, Croft, Monday to Friday from 7am to 10am and again from 3pm to 7pm, and throughout Saturday and Sunday.

by recording the speeds of vehicles between the times highlighted. Positive action has been taken against offending motorists by issuing enforceable tickets. However, our overall analysis of speed recorded by vehicles is low in comparison to other residential areas. This is based on the severity of the speed above 30mph. The police beat team will continue to conduct random speed checks and support the work of the local Community Speed Watch programme. We are closing this action plan based on the above outcome

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/01/2011

Speeding along Station Road and Broughton Road, Stoney Stanton, Monday to Friday between 8am and10am and again between 3pm and 7pm, and throughout the day on Saturdays and Sundays;

by recording the speeds of vehicles between the times highlighted. Due to an issue with the legality of the 30 mph signs we communicated with the highways department who replaced the signs with the correct "enforceable" signs. This has then allowed further checks and positive action to be taken against offenders by issuing enforceable tickets to a number of motorists. We worked closely with a local formed community group attending meetings in relation to speeding matters. We have also approached various local organisations in order to send a positive prevention message. With Station Road now closed for bridge works there is insufficient traffic flow to continue with this priority

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/01/2011

Reducing anti-social behaviour caused by small groups of children aged between 8 and 15, causing a general nuisance, in and around the communal play equipment/private homes at Brindley Close, Stoney Stanton, between 3.30pm and 10pm, Monday to Friday and from 9am until 10pm on Saturdays and Sundays;

by introducing a joint action plan with external agencies including the anti social behaviour team & open spaces team at Blaby District Council. We worked closely with the local Neighbourhood Watch and also set up resident meetings in conjunction with De Montfort Housing. We took positive action on reported incidents that amounted to anti social behaviour. We increased our high visibility and covert patrols which has resulted in a large reduction of reported incidents in the area. There has been a substantial drop of reported incidents to the point of none since September, and as such this priority is now being closed.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/01/2011

Resolving minor anti-social behaviour caused by small groups of children between 8 and 15 year being noisey and causing a general nuisance in and around the communal play equipment/private homes at Brindley Close, Stoney Stanton, between 3.30pm and midnight, Monday to Friday, and at all times at weekends and during school holidays;

by working with our colleagues from Blaby District Council to issue anti-social behaviour letters when isolated incidents have been reported. We have visited youths in question with a positive response from their parents. We are continuing with local meetings and will continue with this priority over the summer.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Reducing inappropriate adult behaviour at Fosse Meadows and the B4114 lay-by, Coventry Road, Sapcote, between midday and 1am, seven days a week;

consulting with residents, who have said the inappropriate behaviour has dramatically improved and they have noticed a huge decrease in vehicles hanging around at the location. We will continue to conduct high visibility patrols at the location but due to the feedback and only two calls in the past six months we will close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Resolving anti-social behaviour, including loud music, poor driving, and large gatherings of young people on foot and in vehicles in and around the park and car park area at Carey Hill Road, Stoney Stanton, at all times.

by working closely with the complainants to identify the problem vehicles. From this we were able to issue nine Section 59 warnings for the manner of driving and anti-social behaviour of noise. This warning remains in place for twelve months - the next step is a seizure of the vehicle. We are please to say that the recipients of these warnings have acknowledged their behaviour. We conducted targeted patrols and increased the presence of police officers in the locality. The Street Pastors who attended Stoney Stanton said: â??When we spoke to long term residents and met families and dog walkers on Carey Hill Park they responded by saying problems used to happen â?" but not recently.â?

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Reducing nuisance behaviour i.e vehicle noise,
and congregating vehicles at the Volvo garage
and Living Rock Church on Station Road, Stoney
Stanton, between 7.30pm and midnight, seven
days a week;

By consulting with all local residents and partner agencies to establish the problems and what we could do to resolve this. We attended the location at the key times between 7pm and 11.30pm and when we received complaints. We identified the people who were involved, and three warning letters have been sent by Blaby District Council and advice given to others. Local residents told us the anti-social behaviour has been greatly reduced, there have been no more incidents reported to us in the last three months or so. This problem solving plan has now been closed.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Tackling and reducing inappropriate behaviour at
Fosse Meadows and the B4114 lay-by, Coventry
Road, Sapcote, between midday and 1am, seven
days a week;

By identifying a number of agencies who we have been working closely with to tackle the problem. We have completed an area tidy up, trimmed all the surrounding hedges and carried out overt and covert patrols which led to one male being arrested. We will continue to monitor various websites advertising Fosse Meadows and the surrounding area. We are pleased to say that we have not received any further complaints in the past three-four months but feel now the evening are lighter and warmer this may become more of a problem again. We will update you with these in the next newsletter.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Exploring opportunities to deal with residents'
concerns over HGV traffic within the Fosse
Villages, from 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

By forwarding details to the parish councils on how to register complaints about heavy goods vehicle traffic movements. To date there have been two complaints made which have been investigated and the callers informed of the results. There are plans to organise proactive work by the local policing unit with the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) in relation to heavy goods vehicles, we are now closing this problem solving plan.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Resolving community concerns in relation to
speeding vehicles and parking on Arbor,
Broughton Road and Winston Avenue in Croft,
which are all restricted to 30mph, and which is a
problem at all times of day and night.

From the concerns raised by local residents and
businesses we were able to highlight the problem
locations and the offending vehicles and young people.
From this we worked with partner agencies to tackle the
anti-social behaviour in the area. With the use of
speeding equipment we were able to stop offending
vehicles. We gave verbal advice to 17 drivers on five
occasions. From consultations with local residents and
businesses we know the problem has been greatly
reduced. All parties are pleased with the positive
outcome and so we will close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

Targeting under-age drinking and criminal damage
in the areas of St Michael's Court, Halls Court, St
Michael's Church Yard, Nock Verges and Carey
Hill Park, in Stoney Stanton, between 5pm and
midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

After concerns were raised by local residents and
shopkeepers we consulted with all concerned parties
and partner agencies. We then carried high visibility
patrols, gathered CCTV evidence and were able to
identify a number of people responsible. They were
dealt with accordingly with Blaby District Council and
ourselves. Local residents and shopkeepers told us the
problem has been greatly reduced. There have been no
incidents reported to us for the last three months. We
will continue to monitor the situation but will close this
priority.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To resolve under-age drinking, minor criminal
damage, and low level anti-social behaviour at St
Michael's Court, Halls Court, St Michael's Church
Yard, Nock Verges and Carey Hill Park.

By carrying out targeted patrols. A number of local
young people have been identified and advised in the
presence of with their parents. Working with Blaby
District Council Community Safety Team, we will
continue to target known offenders.
We are also working with schools to provide education
about anti-social behaviour and its consequences. This
priority will continue for the next three months.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

To resolve community concerns in relation to
speeding vehicles on Arbor Road, Broughton
Road and Winston Avenue in Croft. All of these
roads have a 30mph limit.

By working with Traffic Management, Road Policing
Unit, Community Speed Watch and the Highways
Authority to fully understand the extent of the problem
and explore long term solutions. We have carried out
advisory speed checks and have advised a number of
drivers.
We will continue to work with the Parish Council and
other partner agencies to establish a satisfactory
outcome for this priority.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

By running more high visibility patrols at the Huncote pavilion and recreational grounds to deter under age drinking and other forms of anti-social behaviour that were causing nuisance to local residents.

Although problems in the area have decreased it have not been entirely resolved and is being carried over.

By identifying the people responsible through regular
patrols, and by talking to members of the local
community and our partner agencies. Those responsible
have been dealt with in appropriate ways. With
continuing reviews and assessments we have
established that the local community have noticed a
decrease in the problems. They have requested that this
priority is to be continued as there are still sporadic
problems at the location.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To resolve and monitor levels of anti-social behaviour and damage within the area of Huncote Pavillion and Sports Field Lane.

By maintaining regular patrols in the areas. No further
incidents have been reported over the past three
months. We have agreed with members of the local
community that this priority can be closed.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To resolve issues around anti-social behaviour, damage to play enquipment and private dwellings at the newly constructed Bloor Home Development, Stoney Stanton.

By identifying a small group of people who were causing
the damage and nuisance, through patrols and
discussions with the community and our partner
agencies. Those responsible have now been dealt with
appropriately.
As a result of this and positive feedback from the local
community who are in agreement that the problems
have been greatly reduced, this priority can now be
closed.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Street Crime Within Fosse Villages

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
All Saints Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bennett Rise Vehicle crime Under investigation
Carey Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Chapel Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Clint Hill Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Critchlow Road Public order Under investigation
Croft Hill Road Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dovecote Close Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Dovecote Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Elmesthorpe Lane Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Eunice Avenue Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Fletcher Road Vehicle crime Under investigation
George Hill Close Burglary Under investigation
George Marriott Close Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Henson Way Other theft Under investigation
Henson Way Robbery Under investigation
High Lees Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Hinckley Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Hinckley Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Knights Close Anti-social behaviour
Livesey Drive Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Manor House Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Marion'S Way Other theft Action to be taken by another organisation
Neville Smith Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
New Walk Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Parking Area Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Parking Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pickering Close Public order Local resolution
Pickering Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sapcote Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Sapcote Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Sapcote Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Smithy Lane Anti-social behaviour
Sopers Road Burglary Under investigation
South Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Spring Gardens Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
St Helen'S Close Other theft Awaiting court outcome
Stanton Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Stanton Road Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Stoney Cove Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Crescent Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Green Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Underwood Crescent Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Wilkinson Lane Violence and sexual offences Under investigation