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Forest Police Local Neighbourhood

The Forest neighbourhood beat lies in the heart of the National Forest and covers a number of villages including Appleby Parva, Appleby Magna, Chilcote, Measham, Newton Burgoland, Snarestone, Stretton en le Field, Swepstone, Moira, Blackfordby, Albert Village, Spring Cottage, Donisthorpe, Oakthorpe and Acresford.

The beat has a number of retail and industrial premises as well as a large agricultural community.

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Map of the Forest 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 Forest Neighbourhood

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

Settlements located within Forest
Name Type County
Acresford Village Derbyshire,Leicestershire
Appleby Magna Village Leicestershire
Blackfordby Village Leicestershire
Chilcote Village Leicestershire
Donisthorpe Village Leicestershire
Measham Village Leicestershire
Moira Village Leicestershire
Newton Burgoland Village Leicestershire
Oakthorpe Village Leicestershire
Short Heath Village Derbyshire,Leicestershire
Snarestone Village Leicestershire
Spring Cottage Village Leicestershire
Swadlincote Town Derbyshire,Leicestershire
Swepstone Village Leicestershire
Woodville Village Derbyshire,Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Forest neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Forest neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Appleby MagnavillageLeicestershireOn or near Parkfield Crescent6
MoiravillageLeicestershireOn or near Forest Lea4

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Forest neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
MeashamvillageLeicestershireOn or near Mallard Close5
SwadlincotetownDerbyshire,LeicestershireOn or near Occupation Road5
Appleby MagnavillageLeicestershireOn or near Parkfield Crescent5
MeashamvillageLeicestershireOn or near Poplar Drive3
MeashamvillageLeicestershireOn or near Parking Area3

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Forest neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Appleby MagnavillageLeicestershireOn or near Parkfield Crescent5
MoiravillageLeicestershireOn or near Tandy Avenue4
MoiravillageLeicestershireOn or near Shortheath Road3
MoiravillageLeicestershireOn or near Parking Area3
MoiravillageLeicestershireOn or near Forest Lea3

Neighbourhood Events for Forest

TitleDescriptionDates
Hicks Lodge Cycle Centre, Moira

meeting

PCSO McDonald & PCSO Benson will be at Hicks Lodge Cycle Centre, available to talk about any concerns or issues you may be experiencing. Please come along and have a chat.

Start: 15/06/2019 11:00

End: 15/06/2019 12:00

Police Officer Information for Forest

NameRankBio
Jon Sharpe Sgt

I have worked in several positions throughout Leicestershire police. I started my career in Leicester city centre and the Highfields, before moving to Blaby in 2005. For a number of years, I have been working in the custody suites around the force, up until May 2017. Since May 2017 I have been part of the Neighbourhood Team for North West Leicestershire, which is a great team. I enjoy working with all of the experienced officers. This is a great opportunity, being able to work with the community and deal with local priorities.

Rich White PC

I joined Sussex police in 2006, before transferring to Leicestershire in 2014. I have worked in response and investigation roles before moving to the Forest beat team in 2018. I aim to try and be as visible as possible and to assist the local community. If you see me out and about please feel free to stop and talk to me.

Patrick McDonald PCSO

I joined the Leicestershire Police as a PSCO "to make a difference" in August 2006 after 20 years working for Caterpillar UK in the manufacturing sector.

I have enjoyed working with people in the communities of Moira, Donisthorpe, Oakthorpe, Blackfordby, Springcottage, Albert Village and Acresford. I have previously been seconded to the North West Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) team, which proved a very rewarding experience, tackling some of the area's ASB "hot spots" and dealing with "key" individuals.

I can often be seen cycling around my beat (weather permitting) and I'?m always happy to stop for a chat and cuppa!

I a?m here to help so please feel free to get in touch.

Rachael Walker PC

Pc Rachel WALKER – Joins the Forest beat team from the Neighbourhood Investigation unit. She brings 11 years of experience and has previously worked the area.

Robin Benson PCSO

I joined the Forest beat team in September 2017. My aim is to be a visible and accessible presence in the community. You will see me either walking or cycling. I am approachable and enjoy interacting with people. I will do my best to assist in any problems, queries and issues that the community may have. If you see me, please feel free to stop me for a chat.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Forest

IssueActionDates

We have received numerous communications from residents concerned in the rise of burglaries, in particular burglaries involving the theft of high valued vehicles. The majority of these burglaries have been taking place in the early hours of the morning.

Issue dated: 28/02/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Numerous complaints have been received from residents in Moira, Donisthorpe and Measham concerning off road bikes being ridden on footpaths and parkland.

The Beat Team have conducted speed checks and dealing with those caught speeding by giving advice or, where more appropriate, reporting those caught speeding. The checks will continue to take place.

Issue dated: 04/09/2018

Action dated: 28/02/2019

We have received numerous complaints of speeding vehicles on Main Street and Measham Road, Snarestone.

Speed checks have been conducted at various locations around the beat. Speed checks will continue to take place throughout the beat.

Issue dated: 01/05/2018

Action dated: 04/09/2018

We have been experiencing a number of burglaries, where a large proportion have been where a shed has been broken in to. We have been offering crime prevention advice on this issue.

Issue dated: 03/11/2017

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

1) Reports are still being received of anti-social behaviour in Measham. The problem was centred around the area of Holly Court, Measham. This area has improved, with fewer reports, but the issue appears to have moved towards the Millenium Gardens, Measham
2) Reports of people driving dangerously and at speed in and around Measham.

1) The beat team have targetted these location and there has been a significant reduction in anti-social behaviour. We will continue to monitor this.
2) The beat team have been at locations to deter speeding. There are several locations we will continue to focus on in this regard, in particular Measham and Moira.

Issue dated: 07/09/2017

Action dated: 03/11/2017

Reports of anti-social behaviour and drug use; where people are causing a disturbance for residents in the Holly Court area of Measham with unacceptable behaviour in the street, using vehicles in an inconsiderate manner as well as the use of drugs in this area.

Issue dated: 17/06/2017

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

During the summer months youths behave in an anti social manner in Bosworth Road, Measham. This is worse during the hours of 8pm to 10pm.

Officers from the local beat team are visiting the area during these items and by speaking to individuals help reduce anti- social behaviour in the area. This will be reviewed in a month to see if there has been an reduction.

Issue dated: 30/06/2016

Action dated: 11/10/2016

reports of drug use and ASB in Measham

Since the beat team created the problem solving plan, we have been gathering intelligence on individuals the public believe are involved in drug activity.
In several circumstances we have been able to corroborate this information which has led to three separate misuse of drugs act warrants executed within Measham and the local vicinity.
Police had successful result with these warrants. Two people are charged with possessing a class B drug with intent to supply, one was further charged with allowing his premises to be used for drug use. They will appear at court within the next few months.
Another person is charged with production of cannabis following a successful warrant where a large cannabis grow was discovered.
There is a further person who is still under investigation for drugs supply following a drugs warrant being executed at another address.
Police are still gathering further intelligence and will be looking to act on these shortly. As a result of the work being done around drug use it has reduced the amount on calls we receive regarding ASB. This priority will remain open as we are mindful residents still have concerns about the drug use within Measham and we will continue to act on information passed to us by you, the public.

Issue dated: 03/01/2016

Action dated: 23/04/2016

To tackle anti-social behaviour in the area of Measham Leisure centre and the adjoining nature trail between 4pm and midnight each day.

Since May we have managed to reduce ASB at the leisure centre and nature trail significantly. We have seized 3 motorbikes which have been caught riding along the nature trail and several other people have been issued section 59 notices in relation to anti-social behaviour with their motor vehicles. The section 59 notice gives police the power to seize motor vehicles if they are been used anti-socially in the future. Police have been patrolling this area on a regular basis on foot, push bike and car which has led to us catching the culprits.

The main ASB at the leisure Centre was been caused by one group. This group caused damage, drank alcohol, smoked drugs at the location and abusive to members of the public. The main person from this group has been prosecuted for causing damage at the leisure Centre. Since this prosecution the ASB has dropped significantly.

The Forest beat team has done a lot of work around this problem and it has reduced significantly however there are still reports of ASB and use of off road motor vehicles causing a nuisance so we shall continue to target these individuals.

Issue dated: 11/05/2015

Action dated: 28/09/2015

To tackle speeding between 8.30am and 9.30am and 4pm to 6pm Monday to Friday in the area of Burton Road Measham.

Police were made aware of the speeding issue on Burton road and Atherstone road by local residents. We have worked with partner agencies from the county council and had speed monitoring equipment installed in the key areas to monitor the speed of traffic over a 7 day period. This backed up what the residents were saying and we found that the speeding was particularly bad on Burton road. Traffic police have attended the area and carried out spot checks were numerous people were caught speeding. The parish council also had a speeding sign installed highlighting speeding vehicles. Local officers have also carried out speed checks and sent out warning letters and re-education of drivers were appropriate and on other occasions people have been prosecuted

Issue dated: 23/12/2014

Action dated: 11/05/2015

To tackle use of off-road motor cycles in the area of The Croft, Measham, during early evenings in the week and all day at weekends.

The local beat team have been working with residents to reduce this problem. Signs have been installed in the problem area which gives riders an official warning that there vehicle will be taken off them if it is used in this area. When the police catch the riders we can take the bike off them without further warning. This has been successful in seizing off road motorbikes. Police have been patrolling the area both on foot and in vehicle?s to act as a deterrent and also to catch the offenders.

Two off road motorcycles have been recently seized which are due to be crushed. This is at great expense to the previous owners of these bikes and we hope it will act as a deterrent to other people thinking of using this area for off-road bikes.

Anti-social behaviour with motorbikes has decreased significantly since we installed the signs and conducted more direct patrols but we intend to continue this priority until it has been resolved

Issue dated: 30/06/2014

Action dated: 23/12/2014

To tackle anti-social behaviour in the vicinity of the Leisure Centre, Measham between 5pm and 9pm Monday to Saturday.

Incidents of ASB have reduced considerably, following joint work with our partners.

In addition to active enforcement, support has been offered to Young people through schemes such as ACTIVE CHOICE. This is a ten week programme where young people attend Conkers and have inputs from police and ASB teams as well as getting involved in fun activities.

Regular stop checks of those causing ASB, have helped to reduce the problem along with follow up with parents.

In the medium term Police hope to have a more permanent presence at the location, to prevent further issues.

Consultation with those associated with the Leisure centre has revealed that incidents have reduced significantly.

Issue dated: 11/06/2014

Action dated: 30/06/2014

To tackle anti social behaviour in the area of Bosworth Road Park, Measham, between 7pm and midnight each day.

Police created this problem solving plan after concerns were raised by members of the public and the parish council over large groups of youths gathering in the park, causing damage to the park equipment, making small fires, drinking alcohol in the park and leaving rubbish. Local residents made concerns about feeling intimidated by the youths gathering in the park and felt uncomfortable using the park. They said the noise at times going into the early hours was making it difficult for them to sleep. Police tackled this by carrying out strategic patrols on foot around the park at the times when incidents of anti-social behaviour were occurring. They worked with the Parish council to get damaged areas cleaned up and items that could be used to create fires (tree stakes) removed. The impact team also attended and spoke with numerous individuals in and around the park. They also spoke with local residents about there concerns. Groups of youths causing the issues were identified by police and appropriate action was taken against them.

Issue dated: 25/07/2013

Action dated: 12/11/2013

To tackle alcohol related disorder in High Street, Measham between 11pm and 2am, Thursday to Saturday

The police have worked with local businesses and came up with action plans to reduce the amount of ASB occurring late at night. Police have targeted the individuals who caused disorder and prosecuted them for offences. Several people have appeared before magistrates for disorder offences and one has been cautioned. A local business has also been officially warned over their conduct late at night. Police increased their patrols at key times

Issue dated: 13/06/2013

Action dated: 24/10/2013

To tackle anti-social behaviour in the vicinity of the Surgery, High Street, Measham, 8pm to midnight, Friday to Sunday

When the PSP was originally created there was an issue with large groups of youths congregating around the surgery and causing ASB to the local library and low level criminal offences. Police have engaged with the public and businesses and we have prosecuted a male for a theft offence and issued several ASB letters / warnings. The area has been well patrolled by the beat team and we have worked with partner agencies including the IMPACT team to engage with youths in the area. We have then consulted with the businesses again and parish council who are satisfied that we have resolved the problem.

Issue dated: 04/03/2013

Action dated: 22/05/2013

To reduce alcohol related anti social behaviour in the area of the High Street Measham, between 6pm and 10pm on weekday and weekends.

A number of offenders were identified and investigated. In the period May to July 2012 there had been 32 incidents. From July to October 2012 there had been 14 incidents.
Parish Council and all parties updated.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 13/02/2013

To reduce the number of vehicles breaching the 7.5 ton weight restriction between 10am and 6pm on weekends in the area of High Street, Measham

This related to a company using tanks for off road experiences. The company has moved and no further problems.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 13/02/2013

To reduce incidents of anti social behaviour in the park on Bosworth Road, Measham between 7pm and midnight on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To reduce speeding vehicles on Drift Side and Butt Lane, Blackfordby between 7.30am to 9am and 5pm to 6.30pm Monday to Friday.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Anti-social behaviour has been reported on Widgeon Drive Estate, Measham and there have been problems with young people drinking alcohol on the park area, and the throwing of items from the estate, at vehicles passing along Tamworth Road, during the evening between 7pm and 10pm on a daily basis.

Over the last 6 months the beat team has been working closely with a dedicated anti social behaviour team and youth workers from the impact team. As a result of this a number of young people have received advice and warning letters regarding their behaviour. 4 people have been placed on Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and alcohol has been seized, the local courts have ordered a Anti-Social Behaviour Order in relation to one individual with very robust conditions to control his behaviour. All the above interventions have resulted in a 20% reduction of reported incidents of anti social behaviour in this area.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To reduce incidents of speeding vehicles on Main Street, Snarestone between 7am to 9am and 3pm to 5pm daily. Also on Rawdon Road, Moira, between 7.30am to 9am and 5pm to 6.30pm Monday to Friday. Also on Butt Lane, Blackfordby.

Speeding checks have been carried out in the targeted areas resulting in drivers receiving warnings regarding their driving behaviour. A temporary device has been deployed in Blackfordby which records the speed of vehicles in this area. As a result of the analysis of the data this priority will be carried over for the next 6 months in Blackfordby to ensure the appropriate enforcement is taken.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

Anti-social behaviour, Bosworth Road, Measham focusing on Park Area and War Memorial taking place in the evenings between 2000 hours and 2300 hours

By conducting 34 high profile patrols during the affected times and organising a joint partnership initiative involving the district council, and other interested parties. Our dedicated anti-social behaviour team together with the councilâ??s "IMPACT" project team, have been deployed on five planned operations in the area to focus on and deal with any anti-social behaviour by means of enforcement and education. During this period alcohol was confiscated from young people. Measures were also taken to educate young people regarding their responsibilities within the community. A number of advice and warning letters have also been sent to parents during the period about the behaviour of young people at the location asking for them to take responsibility. These activities has seen a 20% reduction in anti social behavio(ASB) incidents during this period compared to last year, and following consultation with the community it has been agreed to close this priority.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 02/02/2011

Anti-social behaviour on Widgeon Drive Estate, Measham, where there have been problems with young people drinking alcohol on the park area and throwing items from the estate at vehicles passing along Tamworth Road during the evenings between 1900 hours and 2200 hours daily.

By conducting 30 high profile patrols at the affected times and working with the councilâ??s enforcement team to educate and advise these young persons of the dangers of alcohol. During our patrols no alcohol was confiscated from young people. However measures were taken to disperse groups engaged or at risk of anti social behaviour. A joint partnership initiative has also been running involving the district council, local shops and other interested parties to tackle the problem, and the community continues to ask for us to work on this priority. We will therefore carry this over for a further six months.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 02/02/2011

To deal with anti-social behaviour linked to groups of young people congregating on High Street, Measham, in the area of the supermarket during the evening between 8pm and 11pm.

Together with the Youth offending Impact Team we have continued to work with young people who have been found congregating within the village. The dedicated Anti Social Behaviour Team have been deployed in plain clothes which has resulted in a number of alcohol / drugs confiscations. Two arrests have been made in connection with a number of theft offences,this has resulted in restraining orders being applied for and successfully granted by the courts. The restraining orders prevent the offenders from entering specified locations. Reported incidents of ASB have have reduced by 25% in the area. However, we will continue to monitor the location. The priority will now be closed.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Fly tipping and damage to fencing on Green Lane,
between B4116 and Derby Lane, Snarestone.
(Gopsall Wharf) during evening and weekends.

We have maintained a visible presence at the location during the evenings in order to identify and apprehend offenders concerned in fly tipping. Two men were detained at the location burning cable and details were forwarded to the Environmental Health Department in order to pursue prosecution. A number of people were stopped, advised and moved on from the location.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Anti-social behaviour and criminal damage on
Fenton Crescent shopping precinct, Atherstone
Road, Measham, between 6pm to 10pm.

We have maintained a visible presence at the location and consulted with shop keepers affected by incidents. Groups of young people have been moved on and one person is currently being prosecuted following an incident where a window was broken. The number of reported issues has dramatically reduced.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Speeding on Main Street, Snarestone, 8am to
9.30am and 5pm to 6pm.

We have provided a greater patrols within the village and a number of motor vehicles have been stopped. A number of traffic management measures are being looked at with the Parish Council in order to provide a long term solution to the speeding issues evident within the village.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

To reduce incidents of rowdy or inconsiderate
behaviour being committed in High Street
Measham between 7pm - 11pm Monday to Friday.

We have continued to provide a visible presence on the
area of the High Street near to Tesco's. We have
responded to a number of incidents which have resulted
in eight Anti-social warning letters being sent to parents
about their childâ??s involvement in reported incidents. A
number of offences and damage have been dealt with,
including the use of Restorative Justice - where the
offender apologises or makes amends at the wishes of
the victim.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To reduce incidents if speeding in Main Street
Snarestone between 5pm - 6.30pm Monday to
Friday.

We have visited the location, using a speed detection
device and traffic entering the village has been
monitored. Evidence has been found of vehicles
travelling in excess of the 30 mph limit and future work
with the Parish Council is planned. This priority will
continue for the following three months.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To reduce incidents if speeding in Main Street
Swepstone between 8am - 9.30am Monday to
Friday.

We have visited the location, using a speed detection
device to monitor traffic entering the village. The road
safety camera van has also visited the location and
enforcement of speeding offences has taken place.
Further worked is planned at this location by the road
safety camera team.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/03/2010

To reduce speeding along Main Street,
Snarestone.

We have been unable to spend as much time enforcing
the speed limits in this area as we would have liked
because we have been working hard on the other
priorities. We will therefore extend this priority by 3
months to tackle the problem properly and implement a
Community Speed Watch Scheme.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 16/11/2009

To reduce speeding along Main Street,
Swepstone.

We have increased patrols and have advised many
drivers in relation to their speed. We think this area will
benefit from a Community Speed Watch Scheme. We
will continue with this priority for the next 3 months to
give time to set up a scheme in the area.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 16/11/2009

To tackle and reduce incidents of anti-social
behaviour and damage along High Street,
Measham.

We have worked alongside partner agencies and
targeted individuals involved in anti-social behaviour.
CCTV has been installed which has proved invaluable in
identifying offenders. Alcohol has been seized and
confiscated in line with the 'no street drinking' order. We
have also sent 18 advice and warning letters to
individuals and parents of children who are involved in
anti-social behaviour, where these have failed we are
implementing Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs).
Numerous Fixed Penalty Notices have also been issued
for disorder, we've used our dispersal powers to move
young people from the area and several arrests have
been made resulting in prosecutions. The problems
have greatly reduced however this priority will continue
for a further 3 months to ensure the good results
contin ue.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 16/11/2009

To target and apprehend offenders involved in theft from motor vehicles taking place in the parking area at Measham Car Boot sale on Sunday's between the hours of 9am to 11am.

We have conducted a number of high profile patrols within the Carboot Carpark and Market area. As a result of deploying plain clothes officers,known offenders were disrupted and subsequently arrested which result in a large amount of counterfeight material being recovered. The outcome of this positive targeted deployement has resulted in no further offences being reported. This priority will now be closed.

Issue dated: 01/06/2009

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Target anti-social behaviour on the High Street in Measham.

by continuing to spend a high proportion of our time
patrolling this area. We are working with colleagues at
North West Leicestershire District Council, Measham
Parish Council, youth services and other agencies to
tackle the underlying problems. At the same time, we
are identifying offenders and taking action against
young people who are either engaged in anti-social
behaviour or on the periphery.
We are dispersing young people from the High Street,
issuing warning letters and have recently arranged four
Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs). There is lot of
work going on in this area but we also need the help
and support of parents to ensure their childâ??s behaviour
isnâ??t causing distress to others and we would also urge
adults not to buy alcohol for anyone under the age of 18
as it is an offence.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Target anti-social behaviour on Bosworth Road in Measham especially around the park area.

by increasing patrols and using a similar strategy to that
adopted in the High Street. Although this priority is now
closed it will be incorporated into the overall plan for the
High Street to ensure the problem is not simply
displaced.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Street Crime Within Forest

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Annwell Lane Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Annwell Lane Vehicle crime Under investigation
Ash Drive Anti-social behaviour
Ash Drive Anti-social behaviour
Atherstone Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Atherstone Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Atherstone Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Black Horse Hill Burglary Under investigation
Browning Drive Burglary Under investigation
Church Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Coopers Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Coopers Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Cophills Close Burglary Under investigation
Dorset Drive Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Drift Close Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Dysons Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Eagle Close Other theft Under investigation
Fenton Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Forest Lea Anti-social behaviour
Forest Lea Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Forest Lea Public order Formal action is not in the public interest
Forest Lea Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harvest Grove Anti-social behaviour
Hastings Hollow Burglary Under investigation
Hazel Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
High Street Anti-social behaviour
Holly Road Anti-social behaviour
Holly Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Iveagh Close Burglary Under investigation
Iveagh Close Vehicle crime Under investigation
Jewsbury Avenue Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Koppe Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Leicester Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Main Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Burglary Under investigation
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Mallard Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Marquis Drive Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Meadow Gardens Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Narrow Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Norris Hill Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Oak Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Parkfield Crescent Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parkfield Crescent Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parkfield Crescent Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parkfield Crescent Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parkfield Crescent Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parkfield Crescent Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Peregrine Close Other theft Unable to prosecute suspect
Petrol Station Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Queen'S Street Anti-social behaviour
Rowan Close Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Rowan Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Sankey Drive Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
School Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Shackland Drive Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Shackland Drive Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Shortheath Road Public order Under investigation
Shortheath Road Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Siskin Drive Bicycle theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Skylark Close Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Spring Cottage Road Vehicle crime Under investigation
Strawberry Lane Drugs Under investigation
Strawberry Lane Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Stretton View Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Anti-social behaviour
Talbot Place Anti-social behaviour
Tandy Avenue Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Tandy Avenue Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Tellis Place Anti-social behaviour
The Green Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
The Green Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Vicarage Close Other crime Under investigation
Whitworth Close Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Willow Close Anti-social behaviour
Yates Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Yates Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation