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Valley Police Local Neighbourhood

The Valley neighbourhood beat incorporates the villages of Kegworth, Long Whatton, Diseworth, Belton, Osgathorpe, Swannington, Breedon on the Hill and Castle Donnington and the Donington Park Race Circuit.  These towns and villages have a number of shops, pubs, schools and colleges .

It is a large neighbourhood area covering almost half of the local policing area and is mainly rural with farms, shops and schools spread across the area.  The M1 motorway and A42 passes through the centre of the area allowing to excellent transport links and has attracted a number of large businesses to the area including the TNT Eurohub and Enstone Quarries at Breedon.

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Map of the Valley 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 Valley Neighbourhood

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

Settlements located within Valley
Name Type County
Belton Village Leicestershire
Breedon on the Hill Village Leicestershire
Castle Donington Village Leicestershire
Coalville Town Leicestershire
Coleorton Village Leicestershire
Diseworth Village Leicestershire
Griffydam Village Leicestershire
Hemington Village Leicestershire
Kegworth Village Leicestershire,Nottinghamshire
Lockington Village Leicestershire
Long Whatton Village Leicestershire
Newbold Village Leicestershire
Osgathorpe Village Leicestershire
Ratcliffe on Soar Village Leicestershire,Nottinghamshire
Shardlow Village Derbyshire,Leicestershire
Swannington Village Leicestershire
Thringstone Village Leicestershire
Tonge Village Leicestershire
Wilson Village Leicestershire
Worthington Village Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Valley neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Valley neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
BeltonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Thompson Avenue4
Castle DoningtonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Bosworth Road3

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Valley neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Breedon on the HillvillageLeicestershireOn or near The Crescent4
Castle DoningtonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Eastway3
Castle DoningtonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Kirkland Close3

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Valley neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
KegworthvillageLeicestershire,NottinghamshireOn or near The Croft4
Breedon on the HillvillageLeicestershireOn or near The Crescent4
Castle DoningtonvillageLeicestershireOn or near Bosworth Road4

Police Officer Information for Valley

NameRankBio
Nick Leeland Sgt

I joined Leicestershire Police in 1999 as a Police Officer before being promoted to Sergeant 12 years ago. My career has covered a variety of roles predominantly in North west Leicestershire and Charnwood areas with the Priority Response Team.

I have inherited 3 dedicated beat teams with a wealth of knowledge for the local area. I intend to continue the good work and links that have already been made, working closely with local Communities and partner agencies on the Coalville and Valley beats to solve issues at the heart of the community.

If anyone wishes to speak directly with myself or a member of the beat team please send us an email on the link below.

Louise Gravenall PC

I have been employed by Leicestershire Police as a police officer since 1993. During that time I have worked at both city and rural locations throughout the force area. I have also worked as a domestic violence officer at Loughborough Police Station. I am also currently an equality support worker within the force which involves me supporting colleagues.

In my previous roles I have worked closely with partner agencies. I aim to continue this work in order to help resolve issues within the Valley Beat area.

My previous role was as a member of the beat team for Coalvillle Town centre where I worked closely with partner agencies to resolve local issues.

I shall continue to consult with members of the community in an aim to resolve local issues where I can.

Should you have any concerns with regard to issues on the beat then please feel free to come and speak to me.

Steve Harrison PC

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2004. I started my police career at Coalville, where I completed my probation period. I then moved to Loughborough for six months, working within the CID department and then returned to Coalville where I worked in uniform. I joined the Forest beat in April 2012 and so far I have found it very challenging yet rewarding. I have now joined the Valley beat team which is very motivated and pro-active. We are all very approachable so if you have any concerns please let us know.

Kevin Bradley PCSO I am Kevin Bradley and have been the Police Community Support Officer for Castle Donington since May 2013.

I believe the success of Neighbourhood Policing requires effective engagement and communication, which in turn will build confidence and feelings of security within the community. Working with respect, understanding and consideration to the structure of the neighbourhood community, as part of the Neighbourhood Team we aim to help tackle anti-social behaviour and minimise its impact on the lives of those effected.

I feel it is important to involve other agencies to help improve and re-generate the community, improve living standards and install confidence within a safe neighbourhood.
Nicola Russell PCSO

I joined Leicestershire Police as a PCSO back in 2008, since then I have been based in Kegworth as part of the Valley Safer Neighbourhood Beat Team. I have recently become the Rural SPOC (single point of contact) on the beat with the intention of reducing rural crime, increasing crime awareness and promoting crime prevention in the rural and farming communities. Along with this, I will be tackling anti-social behaviour, addressing any local concerns and be a visible Police presence.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Valley

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Through consultation with parish councils and residents the beat team have identified ongoing concerns around speeding in the villages of the valley beat. Accordingly the next 3 months will see the beat team conducting a period of education and enforcement in support of locally identified problem locations and community speed watches.

Issue dated: 25/04/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Consultation and engagement has highlighted to us, concerns around speeding vehicles and HGV's driving through weight restriction areas on the beat.

Issue dated: 25/04/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

That there are ongoing issues with Car Cruises on the beat and in particular the Castle Donington Area, with vehicles racing and misusing roads and private car parks. As a result the beat team will be concentrating over the coming months on trying to reduce this by both education and enforcement.

The beat team have patrolled the location heavily, issued a number of written warnings to people who have been identified as being in the areas of vehicle misuse. The team have also worked with partners to review the road layout and seek to reduce the opportunities for cruises to gather on their preferred section of road.

Issue dated: 29/07/2017

Action dated: 07/02/2018

The Valley beat team will over the next few months be working to try and reduce the issues associated heavy goods vehicles in weight restricted zones. We will be doing this by periods of education and liaison with local businesses and partners.

The beat team have written on behalf of residents to Highways England and the County Council to seek support in addressing signage issues around the A50 J1 roundabout and work on this continues. The team have also supported Castle Donington Parish Council in setting up lorry watch. The beat team have continued to liaise through the traffic management team with the local construction sites and have addressed issues with local businesses around their lorry routes.

Issue dated: 09/02/2017

Action dated: 29/07/2017

The Valley Beat have been consulting with residents and local partners and have identified concerns around speeding vehicles, especially in the villages. As a result over the coming months the team will be concentrating on both education and enforcement of drivers exceeding the posted speed limits in a number of the villages around the beat.

Following months of checks at a variety of locations across the area the Valley beat team and the Special Constables of the North West Leicestershire NPA have issued a number of tickets and words of advice educating a number of drivers on the issues associated with excess speed. Most recently an ANPR operation took place in Castle Donington on 04/02/17 which resulted in the recovery of 2 motor vehicles for driving offences.

Issue dated: 02/06/2016

Action dated: 07/02/2017

Following feedback from recent consultations and community meetings your neighbourhood team for the Valley Beat will be concentrating over the next couple of months on crime prevention. They will be helping people to secure their homes and businesses in the area as well as register property with recognised online databases such as immobilise.

02/06/16 The beat team have continued to attend local events providing crime prevention advice, promote the rural watch scheme to residents and run organized events such as the Yew Lodge event and the Long Lane Equestrian Event.

Issue dated: 13/02/2016

Action dated: 02/06/2016

To support Community Speedwatch across the neighbourhood area.

Following consultations with local residents, Community Speed Watch groups and partner agencies the NN43 Valley beat team have recently carried out a Traffic Operation dealing with the highlighted issues during July/August.

In Kegworth, Borough Street, a clearly sign posted access only road, had been highlighted as being used as a ?rat run? through the village. The beat team had planned to carry out a couple of days of advisory education to drivers then follow up with enforcements.
A total of 53 vehicles where advised with regard to ?Failure to comply with a Road Traffic Sign? and 13 drivers were reported for the offence.
Ashby Road, Kegworth, a 30mph main road through the village has had electronic speed advisory signs recently erected. During the initiative, 47 vehicles where stopped and advised for minor breaches. Two drivers were reported for excessive speed.

Rempston Road through Belton Village is notorious as a fast road despite there being a 40 mph limit in place. Around 50 vehicles were checked and it was pleasing to report, all were compliant.

Attention was paid to Hilltop in Castle Donington following consultation with local residents and the Parish Council. With a 30mph limit in place, 25 drivers were advised about driving standards for minor breaches and 2 reported for excessive speeds. Interestingly both theses were local residents.

Top Brand in Griffydam and Peggs Green, both 30mph zones, resulted in 5 advisories and 4 reported for the offence.

In total 130 drivers were stopped and advised and 21 reported for traffic offences.

Issue dated: 13/07/2015

Action dated: 13/01/2016

To reduce incidents of anti-social in the area of the Moorlands, Coleorton.

We have completed house to house consultation with partner agencies finding out what residents see as the issues affecting them. We have provided them with contact details for their Neighbourhood Officers and Crimestoppers. We have conducted regular patrols of the area engaging with residents offering them reassurance that we are dealing with their issues. One of the tenants who was seen to be a regular participant in anti-social activity has been evicted. More recently some of the younger residents have become a nuisance and we now issued the relevant ASB letters to them/their parents. Following the positive action taken by police and our partners, this beat priority is to be closed although further enforcement action will be taken should incidents arise warranting such.

Issue dated: 16/02/2015

Action dated: 10/07/2015

Reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour around Spitfire Road, Castle Donington

We have worked with partner agencies to complete consultations with residents and to find out what issues are affecting them.
We have conducted regular patrols of the area in order to reassure residents and discourage anti-social activities.
We have identified a resident who wishes to coordinate a Neighbourhood Watch group for the area. We have served two Community Protection Warning notices and by working with partners, evicted one resident. This has resulted in a drastic reduction in reports of anti-social behaviour in the area and this priority will be closed

Issue dated: 16/02/2015

Action dated: 25/03/2015

To tackle use of off road motor cycles in the area of Sawley Marina during week-day evenings and all day at weekends.

We have increased our patrols of the area to address this problem . 25 Section 59 warnings have been issued and a similar number of persons have been sent advice letters in relation to ASB. We have worked with the land owners who have agreed to fund ?Police Section 59 Warning Signs? at the entrances to the site, which will allow police to seize the bikes from those using the land without any further warnings being issued. Once the signs have been sited, this priority will be closed although the patrols and enforcement of the warning notices will continue.

Issue dated: 30/06/2014

Action dated: 16/02/2015

To tackle use of off road motor cycles in the area of Bluebell Woods, Park Lane, Castle Donington during week-day evenings and all day at weekends.

We have increased our patrols of the area to address this problem . 25 Section 59 warnings have been issued and a similar number of persons have been sent advice letters in relation to ASB. We have worked with the land owners (including the owner of Bluebell Wood) who have agreed to fund ?Police Section 59 Warning Signs? at the entrances to the site, which will allow police to seize the bikes from those using the land without any further warnings being issued. Once the signs have been sited, this priority will be closed although the patrols and enforcement of the warning notices will continue.

Issue dated: 30/06/2014

Action dated: 16/02/2015

To tackle anti-social behaviour in Bosworth Road Park, Castle Donington, Thursday to Sunday evenings between 5pm and 9pm

We have increased patrols of the area and worked with partner agencies to deal with those engaged in anti-social activities. We have engaged with young persons in/from and discussed with them what recreational facilities were lacking and what facilities they would use. We have then worked with a number of partner agencies to implement some interim recreational facilities whilst the funding for permanent facilities is obtained. We are continuing to work with the Parish Council and other partners to achieve this goal although it is felt we no longer need this as a beat priority to do so.

Issue dated: 02/12/2013

Action dated: 15/08/2014

To tackle the illegal use of off road motor cycles and associated anti social behaviour in the area of Sawley Marina, 10am to 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Officers took part in high visibility patrols of the area which saw a reduction in the problem.

Issue dated: 28/06/2013

Action dated: 17/12/2013

To tackle vehicles illegally using Long Lane, Kegworth

Officers completed patrols of the area in order to stop offenders using the road. Offenders were given words of warning and repeat offenders were dealt with accordingly.

Issue dated: 11/07/2012

Action dated: 28/06/2013

To reduce incidents of speeding vehicles and excessive vehicle noise in the vicinity of Junction 1 of the A50 and Broad Rushes, Castle Donnington, on Sunday evenings between 9pm and 1am.

Officers conducted speed check operations, dealing with offenders accordingly.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 28/06/2013

To conduct high visibility reassurance patrols and appropriate interventions to reduce the number of thefts from the farming community.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To reduce dangerous driving at events known as illegal car cruising. These meet at the junction to the A50 and the approach to Castle Donington between 9.30pm - 11pm on a Sunday evening.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To work with young people and Partner Agencies to reduce and deal with incidents of anti-social behaviour at the local park areas and the Market Place, Kegworth every evening between the hours of 6pm and 10pm.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To work with young people and partner agencies to reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour at Side Ley and Whatton Road park, Kegworth between the hours of 6pm and 11pm daily and to reduce the fear of crime at Norman Court Flats, Whatton Road, Kegworth during the hours of darkness daily.

by patrolling in these areas we have raised the awareness of people involved, with the impact their behaviour has on the community. During this period 4 were dealt with by restorative justice, 2 charged with ASB related crime and 2 cautioned. On 3 occasions alcohol was seized, and 2 are on acceptable behaviour contracts to manage their behaviour. This has seen their behaviour vastly improve. We have conducted frequent patrols of the Whatton Rd area and regular visits to residents of Norman Ct. We have obtained funding from the Police and NWLDC for CCTV cameras at the flats.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To reduce the amount of incidents involving vehicles being driven in a dangerous manner at events known as illegal car cruising. These meet at the junction to the A50 and the approach to Castle Donington between 9.30pm and 11pm on a Sunday evening. Also to target vehicles exceeding the speed limit travelling along Bondgate between 8am and 10am and 4pm to 6pm.

by overt police patrols on most Sunday evenings and placing police cones on the tarmac area to prevent people from observing the illegal stunts. We liaised with the Council Highways dept with a view to engineering more effective long term measures. This work is still ongoing. We have carried out proactive operations resulting in motorists being issued with notices to prohibit their inconsiderate driving. One motorist has been reported for dangerous driving, others have been dealt with by means of advice notice.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To conduct high visibility reassurance patrols and appropriate interventions in order to reduce the number of thefts from the farming community.

with high visibility patrols and established strong links with the farming community with a view to working together to prevent crime. We will continue to build on this during the next 6 months.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To reduce levels of underage drinking at the Bus Station, Delven Lane, Castle Donington between 8pm and 11pm daily

By organising a joint partnership initiative involving the district council, local businesses and other interested parties. Over the last three months we have conducted regular focused high profile patrols at the affected times. Although no alcohol was confiscated from young people, we took measures to disperse groups engaged or at risk of causing anti-social behaviour. Advice letters have been sent to 10 parents of individuals identified as being involved, asking parents to take personal responsibility for their children. We also worked with the Councilâ??s enforcement team, called the "IMPACT" project, to educate and advise young people of their responsibilities within the community and the risks associated with alcohol abuse. We have also worked with licensed premises, to raise awareness of this problem and ensure that licensees are not breaching the law relating to alcohol sales to young people. The outcome has been positive with a 42% reduction in reports of anti-social behaviour across your Neighbourhood. Following consultation with the community it has been agreed to close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 02/02/2011

To reduce the incidents of speeding motorists in Castle Donington, Station Road between 3pm and 6pm.

by continuing to carry out regular speed checks at a number of locations on Station Road. We have utilised the hand held Laser Speed Detection Device and the Advisory Speed Visor Equipment at the relevant times. During the enforcement, 28 motorists were given cautions/warnings, five drivers were issued with Endorsable Fixed Penalty Notices and one driver was also issued with a Non-Endorsable Fixed Penalty Notice for not wearing his seat belt. During April, covert speed monitoring equipment was placed on Station Road. Data from the equipment showed that only 13% of vehicles were exceeding the threshold set by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) of 10% +2mph. This represents a good compliance with the speed limit at that location. As a result of the enforcement and monitoring carried out, we have noticed a significant reduction in motorists breaking the law by speeding. As a result, the Road Safety Team recommended no further action in relation to this problem; therefore this priority will now be closed

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

of speeding motorists in Castle Donington, Station Road between 3pm and 6pm.

by carrying out high visibility patrols during the last three months at this location in the evenings. Statistics show a 17% decrease in the number of anti-social incidents reported generally in the area of Castle Donington. We have advised and dispersed groups of young people from the bus station. On one occasion alcohol was confiscated from underage teenagers. We also carried out a joint operation with North West Leicestershire District Council Enforcement Officers which has had a positive impact - there being a decrease in the amount of visible litter at the location. We have engaged with local shops to raise awareness in relation to the sale of alcohol to underage persons. Regular checks have also been carried out by officers based at East Midlands Airport to improve visibility at the location. As the residents continue to raise concerns in relation this location, this priority will be rolled over to the next quarter

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

To reduce the incidents of speeding motorists in
Castle Donington, Station Road between 3pm and
6pm.

by carrying out speed checks at various times along Station Road using speed detection devices. Twenty one motorists have been given verbal cautions, three have been issued with Fixed Penalty Notices, resulting in three points on their licence, and one person was summonsed to appear in Court. We have used new advisory speed equipment which shows motorists the speed they are travelling at and we have also used covert monitoring equipment to enforce the speed limit. Following consultation with the local school and Parish Council it is felt that excess speed is still a problem at the location and more needs to be done to have an impact on this. This priority will therefore carry on for another three months.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

To reduce levels of underage drinking at the Bus
Station, Delven, Castle Donington between 8pm
and 11pm daily.

by carrying out numerous high visibility patrols in the area of the bus station and Delven Lane together with officers from East Midlands Airport. A covert operation with the Street Enforcement Officers at North West Leicestershire District Council resulted in three people being cautioned and one was required to carry out a litter pick in the village. Following a spontaneous incident, one young person is being investigated for an offence relating to being a nuisance to the public. We are continuing to monitor the area with the Street Enforcement Officers and have only had two reported anti-social behaviour incidents in the locality of the bus station. On consultation it has been decided this priority will be rolled over for the next three months to carry on the enforcement during the summer months when these offences can increase.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

To work with partner agencies in reducing levels
of underage drinking in Borough Street and
Market Street, Castle Donington between 8pm
and 11pm daily

By carrying out high visibility patrols during the last three
months along Borough Street and Market Street in the
evenings. We have carried out regular checks with local
shops which sell alcohol, to monitor sales to young
people. We have also confiscated alcohol from young
people within the area. Statistics show a decrease in the
number of anti-social incidents reported generally in
Castle Donington. One person has been arrested for
criminal damage. We have advised and dispersed
groups of young people on more than one occasion and
confiscated or destroyed cigarettes from underage
people.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To reduce the incidents of speeding motorists in
Park Lane in Castle Donington between 8am and
10am daily

by arranging for Road Safety Team to install covert
speed monitoring equipment along Park Lane, which
established that there was not a significant problem in
relation to vehicles exceeding the speed restriction.
Between 18th November 2009 and 24th November
2009 the average speed of the vehicles was 26.5mph.
Only 0.9% were travelling in excess of 45mph, from a
total of 7713 vehicles monitored over the period. As a
result, the Road Safety Team recommended no further
action in relation to this complaint. We monitored the
speed of vehicles on various days with the aid of a laser
speed detection device over a period of three months
and issued 6 six verbal cautions to drivers, no Fixed
Penalty Notices were issued. We have also carried out
high visibility patrols during the relevant times so this
priority will now be closed.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To deal with dangerous, nuisance and
inconsiderate driving of motor vehicles as well as
Heavy Goods Vehicles which breach weight
restrictions in Castle Donington, Hemington and
Lockington. Consultation has shown this to still be
an issue and therefore this priority will be
continued for the next three months.

The number of vehicles that have been breaching the
weight restrictions has decreased in recent months due
to an increase in high visibility policing. We have
reported four drivers for exceeding the speed
restrictions within Castle Donington and five drivers
were issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice during August
and September. As this problem has reduced we will
close the priority but continue to monitor the area.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 14/11/2009

To work with young people and partner agencies
to reduce problems around underage drinking at
Spittal Park. To identify and target premises and
people who supply alcohol to young people in the
community. This priority will continue for the next
three months to ensure the good work already
done is maintained throughout the summer.

We have conducted regular patrols within Spittal Park
and have had a successful meeting with The Castle
Donington Youth Crew. This has resulted in a significant
reduction in underage drinking within the area. CCTV
cameras have now been fitted so any problems are now
being monitored and recorded for evidential purposes.
Test Purchasing Operations have been ongoing in the
area at all licensed premises to tackle the sale of
alcohol to underage people and identify those adults
who buy alcohol on behalf of young people which is a
criminal offence.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 16/11/2009

To deal with dangerous, nuisance and inconsiderate driving of motor vehicles as well as Heavy Goods Vehicles which breach weight restrictions in Castle Donington, Hemington & Lockington.

by carrying out speed checks in the area in partnership
with the Safety Camera Team. 25 drivers have been
warned and eight received fixed penalty notices.
A speed survey has been carried out and 32% of
vehicles were found to be exceeding the speed limit and
liable for prosecution. As a result of this the Road
Policing Unit will also be undertaking speed
enforcement in the area.
18 fixed penalty notices have been issued to drivers
contravening the weight limit.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To work with young people and partner agencies to reduce problems around underage drinking at Spittal Park. To identify and target premises and people who supply alcohol to young people in the community.

by increasing high visibility foot and mobile patrols in
the area. Alcohol found in the possession of young
people has been confiscated and disposed of. Advice
and warning letters have been sent to inform parents of
their children's behaviour.
A suggestion to set aside a weekend to tackle the
problem of litter in the area is being progressed in
partnership with Street Enforcement Officers at North
West Leicestershire District Council.
A test purchase operation has taken place, coinciding
with the Download Festival. Whilst the vast majority of
on and off licences passed, one fixed penalty notice was
issued to an employee who served alcohol to a person
under 18. As a result, the premises licence is also being
reviewed, it having failed twice in twelve months.
The number of anti-social behaviour incidents in the
area have decreased from 40 to 28, compared to the
same three month period last year. We intend to keep
anti-social behaviour as a beat priority throughout the
school summer holiday period.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Street Crime Within Valley

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Airport/Airfield Drugs Action to be taken by another organisation
Airport/Airfield Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Airport/Airfield Other theft Local resolution
Airport/Airfield Shoplifting Under investigation
Airport/Airfield Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Airport/Airfield Theft from the person Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Barn Close Anti-social behaviour
Barn Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bentley Road Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Borough Street Public order Under investigation
Borough Street Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bosworth Road Anti-social behaviour
Bosworth Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bosworth Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Callan'S Lane Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Charnwood Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Church Street Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Church Street Anti-social behaviour
Church Street Anti-social behaviour
Clements Gate Anti-social behaviour
Crawshaw Close Drugs Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dakota Road Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dovecote Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Forrester Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Fox Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Frederick Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Hall Gardens Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Hallam Fields Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Hastings Street Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Hastings Street Other crime Under investigation
Haulton Drive Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Hawthorn Road Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Hollands Way Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Hough Hill Criminal damage and arson Local resolution
Lester Court Other crime Under investigation
Lothian Place Public order Under investigation
Main Street Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Melbourne Lane Anti-social behaviour
Moira Dale Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Moore Avenue Anti-social behaviour
Moore Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Motorway Service Area Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
New Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
New Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Newbold Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Newbold Drive Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Nine Acres Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Nine Acres Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Nottingham Road Drugs Local resolution
Outwoods Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park Avenue Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Anti-social behaviour
Park/Open Space Anti-social behaviour
Park/Open Space Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Pedestrian Subway Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Phoenix Park Anti-social behaviour
Pitt Lane Anti-social behaviour
Roby Lea Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Saxon Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
School Lane Anti-social behaviour
School Lane Anti-social behaviour
School Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Shepherd Walk Other theft Unable to prosecute suspect
St Anne'S Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
St Edward'S Road Public order Under investigation
St Matthew'S Avenue Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
The Barroon Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Barroon Burglary Under investigation
The Barroon Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Barroon Public order Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Bowley Possession of weapons Under investigation
The Crescent Criminal damage and arson Awaiting court outcome
The Hollow Burglary Under investigation
The Hollow Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
The Lime Kilns Anti-social behaviour
The Sidings Anti-social behaviour
Thomas Road Anti-social behaviour
Thompson Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Thompson Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Thompson Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Thompson Avenue Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Tipnall Road Violence and sexual offences Local resolution
Upton Close Other theft Under investigation
Valley View Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Vicarage Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Vicarage Lane Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Vicarage Lane Shoplifting Under investigation
Warke Flatt Anti-social behaviour