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Harborough North Police Local Neighbourhood

This neighbourhood beat covers the large rural area to the north, east and west of Market Harborough, extending as far as Great Easton, Allexton, Owston, Hungarton, Thurnby, Houghton on the Hill, Stoughton, Great Glen, Fleckney, the Kibworths, the Langtons, Theddingworth and all the villages in between.

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Map of the Harborough North 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 Harborough North Neighbourhood

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

Settlements located within Harborough North
Name Type County
Billesdon Village Leicestershire
Burton Overy Village Leicestershire
Caldecott Village Leicestershire,Rutland
Church Langton Village Leicestershire
Drayton Village Leicestershire
East Langton Village Leicestershire
Fleckney Village Leicestershire
Foxton Village Leicestershire
Gartree Village Leicestershire
Gaulby Village Leicestershire
Glooston Village Leicestershire
Goadby Village Leicestershire
Great Easton Village Leicestershire
Great Glen Village Leicestershire
Hallaton Village Leicestershire
Houghton on the Hill Village Leicestershire
Hungarton Village Leicestershire
Keyham Village Leicestershire
Kibworth Beauchamp Village Leicestershire
Kibworth Harcourt Village Leicestershire
Leicester City Leicestershire
Little Stretton Village Leicestershire
Lubenham Village Leicestershire,Northamptonshire
Market Harborough Town Leicestershire,Northamptonshire
Medbourne Village Leicestershire
Newton Harcourt Village Leicestershire
Oadby Settlement Leicestershire
Owston Village Leicestershire
Saddington Village Leicestershire
Skeffington Village Leicestershire
Slawston Village Leicestershire
Smeeton Westerby Village Leicestershire
Stoughton Village Leicestershire
Theddingworth Village Leicestershire
Thorpe Langton Village Leicestershire
Tilton on the Hill Village Leicestershire
Tugby Village Leicestershire
Tur Langton Village Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the Harborough North neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Harborough North neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Kibworth HarcourtvillageLeicestershireOn or near Thackney Leys7
Great GlenvillageLeicestershireOn or near Garfield Park6

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Harborough North neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
Kibworth HarcourtvillageLeicestershireOn or near Thackney Leys6
Great GlenvillageLeicestershireOn or near Fernie Dene4
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Sports/Recreation Area4

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the Harborough North neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Lady Jane Walk10
LeicestercityLeicestershireOn or near Orchard Close4

Neighbourhood Events for Harborough North

TitleDescriptionDates
Fleckney Beat Surgery

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The local policing team will be attending the village to host a beat surgery. This will allow any local resident to speak with a member of their local team and discuss any issues or concerns they may have and allow us to offer any problem solving advice.

Start: 18/07/2019 11:00

End: 18/07/2019 12:00

Police Officer Information for Harborough North

NameRankBio
Gurpreet Mulley Sgt

I joined Leicestershire police in 2001 and have spent most of my service working as a constable in Leicester city. I have completed short attachments as a constable on neighbourhoods, local investigations and a proactive team. The majority of my service has been on response attending calls for service from the public.

Recently promoted I enjoy the challenge of working with others to solve problems. This is fundamental when trying to solve local issues that require longer term solutions.

I look forward to listening to your concerns and hope to work together to help provide reassurance and prevent crime.

Steve Winn PC

I am a police officer of 13 years and have been involved with Neighbourhood policing for the past few years but carry experience from response, proactive and CID roles of policing.
Crime, anti social behaviour and traffic issues are all topics that matter to people within their communities and as a result I am committed to reducing, solving and preventing these issues.
Both my team and I are committed to meeting and engaging with as many of our residents as we can so please look out for us at the various events we attend. We are always looking to learn what matter to you and how we can resolve the issues being suffered.
As we move towards the better weather and lighter evenings I will be looking at typical trends of crime and anti social behaviour and what I can do to prevent issues before they become a problem.
Over my years of experience I have forged excellent links with our partner agencies and will often look to these for support and guidance.

Lucy Cross PCSO

I joined the Harborough North Safer Neighbourhood team as a PCSO in May 2013.

I look forward to working with the rest of the team in tackling the concerns of the local community, especially in dealing with anti-social behaviour (ASB).

Please feel free to come and speak to me about any worries you may have or leave me a voicemail by calling 101 and entering my collar number; 6671 when prompted.

Matthew Kiff PCSO

I have worked for Leicestershire Police since March 2007. In that time I have worked in a variety of roles and gained valuable experience working as a Neighbourhood officer, Response officer and Anti Social Behaviour officer. Previously I have worked at Market Harborough, Lutterworth, Melton Mowbray and Oakham.

I am currently based at Market Harborough as part of the Harborough North Dedicated Neighbourhood Team. I look forward to meeting and engaging with as many residents on my travels and assist with issues that matter to the local community.

Please feel free to contact me to discuss any local issues you are experiencing.

Neighbourhood Priorities for Harborough North

IssueActionDates

Houghton on the Hill has suffered two robbery offences within 24 hours within the centre of the village. These offences occured in the public view and within a busy part of the village on the Main Street and Weir Road junction.
The type of offence has caused residents and service users of the village to be concerned given the violent nature of the offences and the fact that they have both been targetted at female drivers of parked vehilces at specific times in the evening.
The community are concerned by the type of offences - robbery, the violent nature of them and the fact they feel in fear of violence and being a victim

Issue dated: 24/03/2019

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

Due to the time of the year and the reduced hours of daylight people in our community are concerned about being the victims of crime. The type of crime that seems to concern people the most is burglary and also theft of or from their vehicles.
These crimes have an impact on the victims who suffer them and can often lead to a loss of confidence in their home security.
As we enter Christmas where people can have more expensive items in the house, or vehicles and the months of January and February crime of this type can increase.

We have been actively engaged in looking to prevent impactive crime such as burglary and theft of and from vehicles.
This has been done via crime prevention/house security visits where we have offered victims of crime advice on weak points of the their house security and measures they can take to improve these areas. We have also been active on social media on both Twitter and Facebook where we have over 4000 followers combined across both channels that we can look to engage with. Posts to these forums have consisted of security advice, basic input such as lightiing and locking of doors and windows and individual interactions.
Our crime in this area has been stable and we have not seen a rise or spike in an individual location or across the beat area which we take as a positive.

Issue dated: 14/12/2018

Action dated: 20/01/2019

We have been informed that there is anti social behaviour occuring at the location of Buckthorn Way in Great Glen. This consists of noise issues, verbal abuse directed at residents of houses, gathering youths and damage to property.

This issue has been brought to a conclusion and can be closed.
The issues that were reported to us originated from anti social behaviour aimed at one household from neighbouring properties.
As we managed this there was then a change in circumstances where a fall out between between households resulted in further issues between them.
The local policing team have worked with the housing provider Waterloo Housing and have completed street surgeries, patch walks, visits and meetings with all interested and involved parties.
Warning letters and acceptable behaviour contracts have been issued to the identified suspect parties and there have also been joint visits made with both agecnies to the households.
The management of the expectations of the aggrieved parties have also been key to this problem solving and we have held regular meetings with them and looked at long term future proof problem solving and designing the issues out.
This has included CCTV and the possiblity of installation of fencing to protect front garden boundaries.

With all of the work completed the calls of complaint to both the Police and the housing provider have totally stopped. All parties are aware of where they stand with what issues and what can be achieved to resolve them.
CCTV will be installed going into the near year and the planning restrictions for fencing is being explored.
The local policing team and the housing provider are now fully aware of the intelligence picture surrounding the location and this will aid future engagement

Issue dated: 20/11/2018

Action dated: 14/12/2018

The community on Bush Road Kibworth are suffering anti social behaviour from two identified addresses, the occupants and the visitors to those.
It is believed that the issues are escalated by alcohol and controlled substances.
The policing team is looking at working with partner agencies to bring this matter to a conclusion and these include Orbit Housing, Harborough District Council and the councillors or Kibworth Harcourt and Beauchamp.
As well as looking at crime and anti social behaviour offences and solutions we are also exploring working to manage vulnerability.
We are aware of the community feelings towards the issues and want to reassure all parties that we are doing everything we can to bring this to a quick resolution.

This priority is being closed as we feel it has been brought to a conclusion.
We have had no recent reports concerning any issues or concerns relating to locations on the road and the problem addresses are being managed by the housing provider with the view of positive action.
We have engaged with the local residents with our partner agencies to offer updates and feedback and also with the problem to offer them support, guidance and enforcement.
This varied approach has brought the issues and problems to a stop and therefore a positive outcome

Issue dated: 23/08/2018

Action dated: 28/09/2018

During the World Cup we will be looking to provide a safe and enjoyable platform for those visiting the licensed premises of the Pubs and Clubs in the villages of the beat area. Officers will be visiting premises to ensure the bar staff and management are aware of their responsibilities and looking to establish if there are any security measures in place such as door staff and the opening hours around kick off times.
We aim to provide a safe environment for those wishing to enjoy the event

The World Cup has passed and the licensed premises of the Harborough North policing area provided a safe and enjoyable venue and atmosphere for all parties who attended.
Numerous visits were conducted to an array of venues over the beat and we were happy to see that all staff members were aware of the licencing obectives and were happy to work with us.
We will continue to visit our public houses to ensure they feel supprted by us and allow us to ensure the objectives of which they should adhere to are being followed.

Issue dated: 08/07/2018

Action dated: 23/08/2018

A number of riders of mopeds are gathering on a small local park in the village of Scraptoft and riding their bikes on and over the park churning the grass up and causing a mess. They are then leaving the vehicles ticking over, revving them louldy and riding them around the residential streets of Coulter Close, Corah Close, Mitchell Grove, Facers Lane, Lady Jane Walk and Beeby Road. The time of the night these riders are chosing to gather is the most impactive as it is from 9pm and often they remain until midnight. This is causing annoyance to residents who are living there and on occasion is waking sleeping children.
There is no reason for this gathering and use of the residential streets and hence the manner of the driving and use of the vehicles is anti social.
We will address this issue using pro active high visibility patrols, following up on intelligence receieved from the community regarding the problem vehicles, using ASB (s59 notices) and Traffic legislation and working with partner agencies to future proof the issue.

Upon investigating this matter two identified owners and riders of the mopeds have been visited and spoken to by officers. We have also located youths on the park either as part of our patrol plan or as recorded incidents.
Upon speaking to all persons we have located or identified we are happy they have acted lawfully and although their presence isnt welcommed by service users and residents of the park we cannot stop them gathering there as they are not committing any offences or causing any anti social behaviour.
All parties have been advised of their surroundings and the residents with children and such like which they are appriciative of.
All observations of the team suggest that other than lighting being installed within the park which has already been brought to the attention of the parish council there is little we can do.

Issue dated: 08/04/2018

Action dated: 15/05/2018

The village of Kibworth is suffering a range of reported Anti Social Behaviour. This includes issues around grafitti to buildings, damage to vehicles and play equipment, distress to livestock on farms, throwing of stones and other items and passing vehicles and general gathering of youths causing concern to residents and service users. Although the issues are not constant or relevant to specific days of the week they are ongoing and causing upset and concern to the community. It is believed the core group are local to the village.
We will work with our partner agencies to resolve these problems and will look to take all action possible to resolve the problems as soon as possible

This issue is now resolved.
The call volume of anti social behaviour and trouble with youths has decreased dramatically to the point that we are not currently receiving any reports.
The intelligence picture has been developed by the local policing team as we have worked with partner agencies to identify those who were causing most demand and have worked together to manage and educate.
The Kibworth Joint Action Group will hold its first meeting this month with the aim of bringing all interested parties together to work towards the same aims and utilising the experience, knowledge and skill set of each individual.
We have also secured the services of an International sucurity provider which will be bringing benefits to the local residents and community and these will be advertised and presented in the near future.
With all of these points i feel the village is in a better place that it was before we started this problem solving plan and i think with the established working relationships and experiences of what works in certain circumstances the problem solving plan can be closed.

Issue dated: 01/03/2018

Action dated: 08/04/2018

The residents of School Road Kibworth are suffering ongoing issues with local youths.
The youths are causing Anti Social Behaviour by way of gathering on the street and causing noise and disruption to the residents and also low level criminal offences by throwing objects at the windows of local residents causing damage.
Due to the layout of the village the youths seem to be using the road as a cut through to access one end of the village to the other.
One end of the village is a large housing area and the other is the village centre. The youths are gathering around food and drink outlets within the centre.
The park is also being used as a venue to run away to and escape once objects are thrown at premises.
The residents have been suffering this behaviour for a period of weeks/months and the Anti Social Behaviour integrated approach will be utlisied with any identified offenders/suspects.
Partner agencies are being consulted with the view of a joint approach to problem solving

This priority will now be closed as the team have progressed this to a level where it can be managed in line with our daily activities and normal working practices.
The intelligence gap surrounding the offending parties has been bridged and we are now much more aware of gathering points in the village and the routes they will take to access the village.
Our working with partner agencies has improved to the point that we can work to identify those causing issues.
The calls and reports have decreased - although we are still aware the youths gather and can cause anti social behaviour in large groups. It appears the targetted acts have stopped against residents in specific locations of the village which was one of the core aims of this plan.

The closing of this plan does not mean that we will police the village any differently. It merely means that we have achieved our immediate goals as stated above of stopping the targetted acts and addressing the intelligence gap of who may be responsible.

Issue dated: 08/10/2017

Action dated: 31/12/2017

It has been reported to us that drivers and riders of vehicles (primarily) in the village of Fleckney and also in the surrounding areas have been causing disruption to local residents, businesses and members of the public by way using their vehicles in an anti social behaviour. This involves driving the vehicles in a noisy manner, speeding, gathering in public places and driving erractically.

We plan to address this issue by increasing our policing presence in the villages and dealing with any offending party we witness or is identified to us. We are also looking to work with the fire service to offer edcuaction and prevention advice and we will also be inviting DVSA and EmOps traffic department to identify problem vehicles and ensure they are fully road worth and all modification legitimate, road worthy and declared to their insurance companies.
We will also be looking to disrupt the gathering points and known driving routes

The management of this issue has now been brought to a close and the problem has been resolved.
Officers increased patrols in the area and placed themselves in the topical locations at the required times. As a result the gathering of cars in the car park in the middle of the village reduced and has not been seen or witnessed for some time.
We also recieved a number of reports directing the anti social use of vehicles to a specific address in the village. Following arrests being made and the resident being evicted again this has removed the issue from the address and again we have seen a reduction in activity and reports.
Emops traffic and DVSA also attended the village on Friday evening but no vehicles were identified to stop or deal with.
Following all the efforts detailed above the issue is no longer a trending problem and the number of calls, reports and incidents have dropped off to the point i cannot recall any being made in the past number of weeks.
The area will remain a topical area for deployment and will be managed in our daily business of deployment and patrol

Issue dated: 08/08/2017

Action dated: 17/11/2017

You told us that there are youths causing anti social behavior in the area of Fleckney Road in Kibworth. Youths have reportedly been congregating late in the evening, drinking alcohol and causing a nuisance. In previous years this has escalated and resulted in low scale criminal damage and littering.

You have told us that there are problems with youths causing criminal damage and anti social behaviour in the area of St Wilfrids close in Kibworth.

You have told us that there are issues with youths in the area of the Golden Shields pub in Fleckney who may be involved in smoking cannabis.

This task is now completed, the actions we have taken have reduced the amount of calls we have had regarding this problem, it will now be closed so we can use are resources in other locations to assist the community

Issue dated: 21/06/2017

Action dated: 19/08/2017

There has been a reported rise in burglaries in the Neighbouring Villages of Great Glen, Kibworth, and Fleckney. There is no pattern to them and they are happening during the day and night.

Members of the local policing team have been working on prevention and educational measures to address these issues and this has been running into the Spring/Summer season in an effort to address a normal seasonal spike in related crime.
Although the area still suffers some burglary offences sadly this will always be the case and this is an issue reflected force wide.
The crime trend is not at a high level within the villages and hopefully the educational efforts and crime prevention factors will stand the test of time.
This priority will now be closed

Issue dated: 31/03/2017

Action dated: 15/06/2017

There has been a reported rise in anti social behaviour in the neighbouring villages of Kibworth and Fleckney where a small number of youths have been reported to be participating in acts such as throwing objects at persons, damaging items and causing a general nuisance. During early April we have also received reports of vehicles being driven in an anti social manner in the two villages and at specific car parks and locations

Efforts have been made to identify the youths which has been successful. They have been spoken to with parents and school staff to look to highlight that their actions are unacceptable and look to manage their actions and behaviour going into the future.
Patrols have been conducted around the two villages and in particular hot spot locations to add a visible police presence to reassure the public and deter offending parties.
Officers have made efforts to feed back to the local community and reassure them of our actions to date and hopefully demonstrate what our actions have acheived to date.
Harborough district council have also been involved with the intial integrated management of the anti social behaviour problem and this will be reviewed if further incidents occur.

Officers have continued to dedicate patrols and resources to managing this issue. Following our efforts of interacting with the schools and managing the youths with the assiatance of teaching staff and parents and directed police patrols it appears that the issues caused are decreasing.
We are aware of known areas where the youths will congregate and their behaviour will be monitored. We are working with partner agencies to supply bins to reduce the litter element being caused.
This priority will remain open as the Spring approaches to ensure the community has any emerging anti social behaviour addressed before they impact.

A further review of this problem solving plan has directed that this remains open.

Recent information informs us that there is a small number of youths using their vehicles to drive in an anti social manner by way of over revving, wheel spins, driving too fast for the road layout or conditions and leaving litter. When gathering in groups the persons in the vehicles are also swearing and being noisy which is upsetting to residents.
Residents of Kibworth are also telling us that youths are gathering in the parks and continuing to throw items (including glass) and cause disruption to other service users by way of swearing loudly.

With the Easter break on us the local team will be specifically directing their time to the villages and looking to patrol the hotspot areas both in vehicles and on foot. Offenders will be dealt with in a robust manner given the level of disruption caused to the local residents.

Officers have worked hard to try and make a difference to the community relating to this problem solving plan and have been putting high visibility patrols in the places they are needed and at the times most relevant. We have also made efforts to attend all reported incidents made to us and follow up on them visiting the suspect/offending parties.
The patrolling has been effective and allowed us to identify the issues and how to resolve them.
The local schools have been very cooperative and we will continue to intelligence share and work together.
Partner agencies have been involved regarding referrals and actions and the community have been encouraged to report incidents to us.
All of the actions and efforts appear to have been of benefit as the offending behavior has reduced to the point we have had no calls recently and no reports relating to damage or anti social behavior.
As a result this plan will now be close but the efforts will now be transferred to 'daily business' so we will still continue to patrol and pay attention to events and incidents.

Issue dated: 04/01/2017

Action dated: 05/05/2017

There has been a spike in vehicle crime in Kibworth, Thurnby , Great Glen and Scraptoft. The common thread is that the vast majority of vehicles that are attacked appear to have been left unlocked

The ongoing theft from vehicles in an issue that is occuring throughout Leicestershire. There appears to be two main crime types - theft from works vehicles with tools targetted and theft from unlocked vehicles.
The Harborough north team have taken efforts to combat the issue which has consisted of a social media campaign, education and awareness with a dedicated operation 'lock it or lose it', the rental of a large road side matrix displaying advice messages and dedicated patrols at key times. We have also been working closely with the community and neighbouring policing areas to try and obtain as much evidence as required such as CCTV and witness sightings. Sadly no CCTV image has provided us with a clear shot to allow an identification.
However the crime issues the area was suffering have reduced and although the issue still remains on a force level it is no longer a specific risk to the beat area as it was a number of weeks ago. As a result of this - and knowing the topic will still be managed at a force level this priority will be closed by the team.

Issue dated: 04/10/2016

Action dated: 03/02/2017

Hallaton Parish Council has contacted us to say that a number of residents have great concerns regarding speeding at the top and bottom ends of the village. This is the first time for a long while this has been brought to our attention. It is particularly an issue at rush hour times.

We have met with the Parish Council and whilst we will continue to look at the problem, it seems that designing out the ability to speed is the more appropriate solution.

Issue dated: 28/08/2016

Action dated: 04/10/2016

The policing team have been made aware of a large swell of frustration towards traffic issues as a whole within the village of Kibworth. Whilst it has been made clear that the police cannot own or solve the issues we will look to manage them and the expectations of the general public. Engagements will be conducted to try and reflect the overall opinion of the residents and we will look to work with the parish councils to identify a long term solution.

Issue dated: 22/05/2016

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

That people are gathering around the car parking area of private houses, known as the Railway Cottages, on Telford Way, Thurnby. Anti Social Behaviour has been noted along with some offences of damage to property

Reports by local residents identified that this was a gathering point for local youths who were causing low level anti social behaviour by causing noise and disruption to local residents. Patrols of the area and enquiries within informed officers that the location was very localised. A patchwalk revealed a lot of the factors were outside of officers control – such as landscape, access of land, public right of way and planning restrictions resulting in the aggrieved parties not being able to secure their properties as well as they would like. However from the CCTV systems still images were provided and enquires by the policing identified the offending parties. These have now been visited and advised and the reports have reduced significantly. Officers will continue to monitor the location but it is no longer being regarded as a priority plan for the team

Issue dated: 03/02/2016

Action dated: 22/05/2016

Anti Social Behaviour is being caused in Dairy Way, Kibworth in a residential area that is currently expanding with building work.

As a result of what was reported to us officers responded with directed patrols aimed at targeting the identified problem areas and deploying tactical options to further resolve and reduce the issues.
A waymarker was used to ensure the correct staff were situated in the areas when demand for their attention was at the highest and the issues were discussed at partner meetings where housing managers and local district council officers became involved.
The parents of the youths who were causing the issues were identified and managed through police and housing powers which in turn resulted in no further issues.
Follow up meetings were held and no issues were reported resulting the case and the priority being closed

Issue dated: 03/02/2016

Action dated: 22/05/2016

Following continued engagement within the local communities from the policing team it has been identified that two of the most popular complaints and demands that we deal with are speeding in the villages and school parking issues outside of Primary Schools. These two topics are ever present in any walk of the community that we engage with and as such we have created them as problem solving plans which will enable the whole team – with specialist support when required to target and address the issues and look to resolve them.

Issue dated: 04/09/2015

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To raise awareness and education on anti social behaviour issues throughout the beat.

Incidents within the park have now reduced after regular high profile patrols were completed in the area.

Issue dated: 29/04/2015

Action dated: 04/09/2015

Increased in reports of ASB and drug use from residents and the Parish Council in Great Glen

Since the last update we have continued to have directed patrols in the area and as a result the reporting of ASB incidents has dropped off dramatically. At the moment we are compiling other issues which have been reported to us including the use of mopeds and off road motorbikes, and looking at how we can address these issues for you. Please continue to let us know what matters to you.

Issue dated: 01/01/2015

Action dated: 28/05/2015

To address criminal activity on the A47 and surrounding villages stretching from the Rutland border to Thurnby

Following the villages stretching along the A47 from the Rutland border to Thurnby suffering quite a sharp rise in crime, particularly burglary the North team worked hard to drive a reduction and prevent further offences. Extensive use of the cocooning tactic was deployed. This was implemented by the PCSO team and involved areas where crime had either been suffered or was predicted to occur being identified. The community support officers then visit as many residents as are willing to engage with them and offer crime prevention advice, target hardening of properties and individual advice on each person and property they encounter. This makes repeat offences in similar locations harder to occur and has worked well. In addition to this the policing team spent great amounts of time patrolling and stopping vehicles. This placed a high visibility presence in the area across all hours of the day and night. This was supported by the road crime team (from FHQ) and intelligence support using other methods. Due to the cross boarder element our CID also looked into offenders from other areas.
Using all of these tactics the crime in these areas has substantially fallen and returned to the levels we have previously enjoyed.

Issue dated: 10/11/2014

Action dated: 02/02/2015

To reduce the burglary and related offences in the villages in and around the A6 corridor stretching from Kibworth to the Oadby border

The villages of Kibworth and Fleckney suffered a rise in burglary offences which also seemed to be mirrored along the A6 corridor into the Oadby area, although at a lesser frequency that the two main villages of note.
Upon identifying this pattern the area was subjected to extensive patrols stretching into the early hours to match and combat the crime trends. Officers disturbed suspects in village locations on a couple of occasions but unfortunately lost them on foot chases.
Supported by the road crime team and traffic officers a good arrest was made following a burglary with a car being stolen. The suspects were arrested and subjected to Leicestershire polices integrated offender management which had a drastic reduction in crime to the fact that it has returned to its normal low state.
During this time local officers continued to engage with the general public and residents, listening to concerns and gathering intelligence. Meetings were attended and updates were provided to reassure all parties that all was being done that could be.
The issues now seem to be resolved with the correct targeting measures.

Issue dated: 10/11/2014

Action dated: 02/02/2015

To address ASB and associated criminality around the shops in the village of Thurnby

Issue dated: 21/08/2014

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To address ASB and associated criminality in the area of Kibworth skate park

As the Summer reached its end the skate park was subjected to a lot of youths gathering and abusing the facilities offered by damaging the furniture, setting fire to things and leaving extensive amounts of Rubbish behind (including broken glass). Being aware that some of these youths may also be responsible for other matters of criminality within the village and surrounding areas the decision was made to increase the number of officers in the area by placing a ?weigh marker? at the location. This encourages officers to visit the location and is traceable to identify when officers are attending and if the crime is continuing ? thus allowing better crime analysis.
It was also implemented as a lot of investment was made in the skate park and on the whole it is well used and respected and we did not want this to be lost.

The increase in policing numbers at the location quickly drove away the problems and the issues have not returned.

Issue dated: 21/08/2014

Action dated: 02/02/2015

To reduce theft from vehicles in the villages comprising the Harborough North beat

Issue dated: 21/08/2014

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To work with other policing teams and partners to combat the rise in burglaries to dwellings and commercial properties along the A47 corridor. This will include preventative 'cocooning' advice across the area, high profile and covert operations and the encouragement of Neighbourhood Watch schemes.

Officers completed regular high visibility patrols in the areas, as well as covert operations in order to apprehend offenders whilst committing crime. Officers also spoke residents in order to raise awareness of the importance of keeping their property secure.

Issue dated: 10/03/2014

Action dated: 21/08/2014

To reduce and prevent burglary dwelling offences, theft from motor vehicles, violent assaults and anti-social behaviour by continuing with ongoing work in the areas of Thurnby, Scraptoft, Fleckney and Great Glen.

Proactive policing operations have been conducted by all local officers to drive down burglary dwellings. We have actively promoted the Neighbourhood Watch schemes using the 'cocooning' packs where officers explain the benefits of joint working to tackle these issues.

Local officers have attended residential areas to identify any property left on display in cars and given drivers suitable advice. Drivers have also been spoken to during other static automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) stop checks in the area.

Issue dated: 15/08/2013

Action dated: 10/03/2014

To reduce and prevent burglary dwellings offences, theft from motor vehicles, violent assaults and anti-social behaviour by continuing with ongoing work in the areas of Thurnby, Scraptoft, Fleckney and Great Glen.

Proactive and high visibility patrols have been conducted in areas identified to be susceptible to burglary and theft from vehicle offences. Through the tactic of 'cocooning' those who have suffered crime or have lived near to those who have, education has been used to prevent further offences and offer target hardening. The area has benefited from a reduction in these two offences which will be beneficial to all residents.

Licensing checks have been enforced at public houses to ensure that the venues are adhering to the correct policies. This has lead to licensed premises being more accountable for their customers and the behaviour of them, and as a result less disorder and assaults have been reported.

The dispersal zone has been implemented in Thurnby and Scraptoft which has resulted in a drastic reduction of anti-social behaviour incidents and a big benefit to the residents.

Good arrests by the team in Fleckney has resulted in CRASBO's (criminal related anti-social behaviour order) being issued against the most active offenders which again has reduced issues suffered within the village.

Officers have also worked closely with Great Glen Parish Council to try and assist in reducing their issues with youths which also appears to be working well.

This priority will continue during the next period.

Issue dated: 14/05/2013

Action dated: 15/08/2013

about issues of anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Pulford Drive, Thurnby. This is in the form of minor criminal damage, verbal abuse to residents, thefts of property and ASB with motor vehicles.
This is taking place predominately towards the end of the week, Wednesday to Sunday between the hours of 6pm and 10.30pm.

In order to combat the ongoing issues being suffered in the local area stated the following actions have been put into place:-
- Officers have established a problem solving plan. This is a working document that records and documents all actions and activities suffered by the local residents and enforced by the police. This enables officers to highlight trends and patterns and identify hot spots of crime and anti social behaviour. The document is still live and being progressed

- Tighter working relations with residents and businesses have been established. Direct lines of communication now exist allowing better exchange of information and intelligence. This results in information passed by residents to be used more effectively and recorded in a better manner.

- A reduction in incidents has occurred since the summer when it was at its peak. This has been due to officer patrols both in plain clothes and uniform and the benefits from the implementation of the problem solving plan and the improved communication channels. Although incidents still occur and a slight rise was suffered during the snow the issues are more isolated and less in numbers.

- A dispersal zone is being investigated and consultation with the local residents, businesses and councils is being sought. The dispersal zone will enable officers to disperse groups of 2 or more engaged in anti social behaviour and remove youths under the age of 16 years old home. It is felt, and support by the current engagement that this will serve the area very well and lead to a heavy reduction of all issues suffered.

- Working relations have been improved with neighbouring police teams which enables better identification of offenders and better communication of cross border operations.

Although I cannot claim the current actions have resulted in a total success I feel they have benefitted the local community and led to a reduction in all of the stated offences and issues. The dispersal zone is being sought as an improved measure to control the issues and provide the officers with a better opportunity of dealing with the gathering youths

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 04/02/2013

Traffic enforcement and education along the A6 and B6047. Focusing on speeding, use of mobile phones, not wearing seatbelts and drink driving (Fatal 4). Operations will also target criminals who travel through the area along this road network. The team will complete enforcement/education days at various sites along these routes. Motorcycle rider safety especially during the summer months will also feature.

The Safer Neighbourhood team has continued over the last six months to address the issue of speeding along the B6047 in conjunction with local villages affected by these issues. Lobbying has seen a restriction to 50mph along the B6047,and local residents have highlighted Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings as pivotal times for speeding. To address the problem each village associated with the speeding campaign has received a minimum of one hour a week of high profile vehicle education, numerous warnings have been issued and as a last resort fixed penalty notices have been issued to repeat offenders.

Officers have complimented this with a speed education operation in local schools showing the dangers of speed and interacting with other emergency services to show the consequences of such actions. This was tremendously well received by the youngsters and published in the local media.

High profile operations have taken place on the 17 and 18 July 2012, which targeted commercial vehicles involved in thefts and the opportunity was taken to issue speeding advice and environmental advice re waste carrying on the B607 and in total over 140 drivers were spoken to in the period, which led to three associated arrests and an arrest for driving offences.

Issue dated: 01/04/2012

Action dated: 30/07/2012

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) from local young people in the village of Great Glen in the form of throwing items at properties (stones etc.), knocking on doors and running off and being verbally abusive in the street. Main St has also been affected by large groups congregating by the shops increasing the fear of crime/ASB and deterring shoppers. Peak times are evenings 6pm to midnight at weekends.

The Safer Neighbourhood team have spent a considerable amount of time within the village of Great Glen carrying out overt and plain clothed patrols which have resulted in a significant decrease in ASB. One particular perpetrator was identified and issued with an harassment order. A particular incident on Ford View Close has been dealt with via the use of individual ASB radios, which were handed to members of the public and resulted in one youth being issued with an ASB warning letter which has seen a complete stop to the problem.

Issue dated: 01/04/2012

Action dated: 30/07/2012

To raise awareness in relation to domestic and rural burglary within Harborough North neighbourhood area. The plan will cover 24hrs a day 7 days a week and will look to target harden locations and also include proactive patrols and operations by local officers.

Planned initiatives and good intelligence has seen the continued arrests of a number of criminals responsible for burglaries. Local beat officers in conjunction with beat officers from other areas and response officers have conducted a number of pre planned operations over a number of weeks to increase visibility for our communities and conduct proactive stop checks to help catch criminals.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 24/04/2012

Reported anti social behaviour (ASB) on Friday and Saturday between 6pm to 1am in Fleckney and to reduce the risk of arson to the derelict Scraptoft Hall.

We have been working with the local authority and the Youth Offending Service (IMPACT team) to set up diversionary activities to move local youths away from problem areas. One individual has been issued with an acceptable behaviour contract, and local officers will continue to monitor this youth?s future conduct. Kibworth has seen a comparatively lower level of anti-social behaviour (ASB) incidents. A number of warning letters have been sent to individuals in relation to the use of motor cycles. Some concerns have been raised with the residential development in the north of the village, known as "KB1", the local beat officer will continue to monitor the situation.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 24/04/2012

To focus on road safety and travelling criminals using our roads in conjunction with partner agencies (VOSA etc).

We have conducted a number of speed checks on the areas road, specifically the roads to the north of Market Harborough. We have obtained a police vehicle with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) which we put on the main arterial routes as a visible presence. This has the additional result of slowing speeding traffic down. We have also given officers specific points again on arterial routes to park up and provide a highly visible presence, again to deter speeding motorists.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 24/04/2012

Drugs misuse offences in Fleckney, Gartree, and Kibworth. The key times are 24 hours a day Friday to Sunday.

We have seen a 25% reduction in recorded drug offences over the first 6 months of this year. We have carried out a number of successful search warrants, and convicted a class A drug user for a number of drug related offences following proactive work by local officers. This is an issue that encompasses the entire beat and all of the local beat team have played their part in the successful drive to tackle this priority.

Issue dated: 01/01/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

Reported anti social behaviour (ASB) on Friday and Saturday between 6pm to 1am in Fleckney and Kibworth. The ASB is in the form of youths causing general nuisance and criminal damage.

We have been working with the Local Authority and the Youth Offending Service (IMPACT team) to set up diversionary activities to move local youths away from problem areas. One individual has been issued with an acceptable behaviour contract, and local officers will continue to monitor this youth?s future conduct. Kibworth has seen a comparatively lower level of ASB incidents. A number of warning letters have been sent to individuals in relation to the use of motor cycles. Some concerns have been raised with the residential development in the north of the village, known as "KB1", the local beat officer will continue to monitor the situation

Issue dated: 01/01/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To raise awareness in relation to domestic and rural Burglary within Harborough North neighbourhood area. The plan will cover 24hrs a day 7 days a week and will look to target harden locations and also include proactive patrols and operations by local officers.

Planned initiatives has seen the arrest, charge and remand in custody of our main suspect in April. This has seen a 14.3% reduction in burglary dwelling over the first 6 months of this year. Residents in Fleckney have raised concerns that the turning off of the streetlights may contribute to the risk of criminality. This will continue to be monitored

Issue dated: 01/01/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

Anti-social behaviour including underage drinking and general youth nuisance in Thurnby, Scraptoft and Bushby, on Friday and Saturday evenings, 6pm to midnight;

Plain clothes patrols to udentify those rersponsible. Increased High visibility patrols. Youth worker intervention. The results stated that there was little need for additional activities and youth work within the area. Scraptoft hall which was a key area for congregation was addressed with the land ownersâ?? and the council. With the assistance of the council the land owner has provided a perimeter fence to the property which has been of reasonable success. A total of 19 Anti social behaviour advice letters have been sent to offenders families.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Anti-social behaviour including underage drinking, drug use and general nuisance, in Fleckney and Kibworth, on Saturdays from 6pm to midnight.

A total of 23 advice or warning letters have been sent to parents/guardians of those responsible. 3 x Acceptable Behaviour Contracts have been signed along with intervention from Youth Offending Service and Harborough District Council. 3 x Youth Inclusion & Support Project Referrals (YISP) have been accepted. 1x Youth Open evening was completed to discuss anti social behaviour with the youths involved in such activity. A visit by the Impact Youth Team was completed. Their services were dispensed with earlier than anticipated, due to the lack of incidents earlier in the year. Funding was also found for free football sessions on the all weather pitch on a Friday evening for local youngsters.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/01/2009

Speeding vehicles on Smeeton Road, Saddington; Saddington Road and Leicester Road, Fleckney; and Glen Road, Newton Harcourt, between 7am and 5pm, seven days a week;

The beat team have spent two days in May at the beat priority locations completing speeding checks. On 8th May the beat team were in Newton Harcourt. On the 9th May they again attended Newton Harcourt along with Fleckney and Great Glen. The speeding checks resulted in 6 drivers being issued with endorsable fixed penalty notices for speeding. Police Sergeant Mike Cawley

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 05/06/2010

Speeding vehicles on Court Road, Thurnby; and Stretton Road, Great Glen, between 7am and 5pm on weekdays.

The beat team have carried out speeding checks in Great Glen on 4th May, 8th May and 9th May. This resulted in 3 verbal warnings and 4 endorsable fixed penalty notices being issued to drivers.

There are pre-planned radarlux speeding check days for Great Glen and Thurnby in June.

Police Sergeant Mike Cawley

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 05/06/2010

Speeding vehicles on Smeeton Road, Saddington; Saddington Road and Leicester Road, Fleckney; and Glen Road, Newton Harcourt, between 7am and 5pm, seven days a week;

The Police Community Support Officers from the S16 (Harborough North) beat continue to work together as a team in running speeding device initiatives. A number of motorists have received roadside verbal warnings. Mike Cawley, Police Sergeant 1868, Neighbourhood Sergeant, Market Harborough & Lutterworth Police Station.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 24/02/2010

Speeding vehicles on Station Road, Scraptoft; Court Road, Thurnby; and Stretton Road, Great Glen, between 7am and 5pm on weekdays

The Police Community Support Officers from the S16 (Harborough North) beat continue to work together as a team in running speeding device initiatives. A number of motorists have received roadside verbal warnings. Mike Cawley, Police Sergeant 1868, Neighbourhood Sergeant, Market Harborough & Lutterworth Police Station.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 24/02/2010

Speeding vehicles in Station Road, Scraptoft, Court Road Thurnby, and Stretton Road, Great Glen, between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday;

The Police Community Support Officers from the Harborough North beat continue to work together as a team in running speeding device initiatives. A number of motorists have received roadside verbal warnings. Peter Jelbert, Police Sergeant 920, Citizen Focus Sergeant, Market Harborough & Lutterworth Police Station.

Issue dated: 01/12/2009

Action dated: 28/01/2010

To target drug abuse in Kibworth at the skate park between 7pm & Midnight every evening

The local beat officer (PC 1261 Cooper) has secured an officer in the heart of the village making himself more accessible to residents, and able to re act to calls from residents. From here he mounts pro active foot patrols around the village centre. Peter Jelbert, Police Sergeant 920, Citizen Focus Sergeant, Market Harborough & Lutterworth Police Station

Issue dated: 01/12/2009

Action dated: 28/01/2010

Speeding vehicles in Smeeton Road, Saddington, and in Saddington Road and Leicester Road in Fleckney, between 7am and 7pm, Monday to Friday.

The Police Community Support Officers from the Harborough North beat continue to work together as a team in running speeding device initiatives. A number of motorists have received roadside verbal warnings. Peter Jelbert, Police Sergeant 920, Citizen Focus Sergeant, Market Harborough & Lutterworth Police Station.

Issue dated: 01/12/2009

Action dated: 28/01/2010

Target speeding vehicles on Smeeton Road,
Saddington, Saddington Road, Fleckney, and
Leicester Road, Fleckney, between 7am and 5pm
on weekdays.

By monitoring the problem roads to identify the scale of the problem and by following this with enforcement. The main offenders in these areas are commuters on their way to and from work. The problem is ongoing and as such the enforcement operations will continue for the time being.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 07/12/2009

Target the increase of domestic burglaries within
the Houghton on the Hill area. To include smaller
villages surrounding and on the A47 corridor:
Keyham, Billesdon, Skeffington, Tugby and Tilton
on the Hill.

By working closely with residents and local watch schemes to raise awareness of the problem and by delivering hundreds of crime prevention leaflets to villages in the area.

We also carried out specific targeted patrols in the area to both disrupt and detect criminal activity and to deny the offenders the use of the roads during peak times.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 07/12/2009

Positive action against drug abuse within Kibworth
and surrounding villages.

By working closely with the community to identify local hot spots and to target specific offenders. Several arrests have been made and following ongoing consultation with the local community, this work is continuing.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 07/12/2009

To tackle domestic burglaries in the Houghton on the Hill area. This includes villages along the A47 corridor such as Keyham, Billesdon, Skeffington, Tugby and Tilton on the Hill.

With specific crime reduction initiatives in villages along
the A47 corridor. In addition, we have carried out many
targeted patrols in the area both in marked and plain
cars. During recent weeks and months we have seen a
significant reduction in the numbers of dwelling
burglaries in this beat area.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To take action against drug misuse in Kibworth and the surrounding villages.

Through proactive patrols by the local neighbourhood
beat officers - both in uniform and in plain clothes.
These have seen significant results in terms of arrests
and drug seizures within the village. Work is ongoing
with the Parish Council to ensure that consistent reports
of drug and alcohol litter are given to the police so that
we can act on them in a timely fashion. These kind of
proactive operations will continue for as long as the
community tells us that there is a need.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

To target speeding vehicles on Smeeton Road, Saddington, Saddington Road, Fleckney and Leicester Road, Fleckney, between the hours of 7am and 5pm weekdays.

By working closely with a local residents group and the
Highways Department of the local council. We have
carried out several high profile speeding operations on
these specific routes. Surveys have been carried out to
enable us to use new Radarlux speed monitoring
equipment. This equipment will be deployed in the
coming weeks and months to warn drivers of their
speed in the hope that this will educate drivers.
Speeding in the Fleckney area will continue to be a
priority for us for as long as the local residents need it to
be.

Issue dated: 18/05/2009

Action dated: 16/08/2009

Street Crime Within Harborough North

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Albert Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Bosworth Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Bratmyr Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Bryar'S Close Other theft Under investigation
Chapel Lane Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Church Lane Public order Under investigation
Church Lane Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Church Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Church Lane Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Church Lane Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Church Lane Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Connell Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Crown Close Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Erringtons Close Anti-social behaviour
Fell Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Fernie Chase Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Fernie Chase Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Fernie Dene Anti-social behaviour
Fernie Dene Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Foley Road Anti-social behaviour
Foxglove Way Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Furnival Close Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Garfield Park Burglary Under investigation
Garfield Park Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Garfield Park Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Garfield Park Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Garfield Park Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Garfield Park Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Gaulby Lane Drugs Under investigation
Gaulby Lane Drugs Local resolution
Gladstone Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Gladstone Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Glebeland Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Great Easton Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Halstead Rise Anti-social behaviour
Harborough Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harborough Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harborough Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harborough Road Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Harborough Road Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
High Street Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
High Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
High Street Public order Under investigation
Holmleigh Gardens Drugs Local resolution
Ivatt Close Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Ivatt Close Public order Under investigation
Keays Way Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Kinross Avenue Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Kinross Avenue Criminal damage and arson Local resolution
Kinross Avenue Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Lady Jane Walk Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Larkswood Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Leas Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Main Street Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Anti-social behaviour
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Action to be taken by another organisation
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Action to be taken by another organisation
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Main Street Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Main Street Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Main Street Vehicle crime Action to be taken by another organisation
Manor Farm Lane Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Meadow Hill Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Melbourne Close Anti-social behaviour
Merton Way Public order Under investigation
Merton Way Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Mowsley Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Nursery Court Burglary Under investigation
Orchard Street Other crime Under investigation
Paget Road Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park Road Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Park/Open Space Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Park/Open Space Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Parking Area Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Peel Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Petrol Station Anti-social behaviour
Post Office Lane Drugs Local resolution
Priest Meadow Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pulford Drive Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pulford Drive Burglary Under investigation
Pulford Drive Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pulford Drive Theft from the person Unable to prosecute suspect
Richmond Close Criminal damage and arson Further investigation is not in the public interest
Rose Acre Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
School Lane Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Scraptoft Mews Burglary Under investigation
Scraptoft Rise Anti-social behaviour
Smeeton Road Anti-social behaviour
Smeeton Road Bicycle theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Southfield Close Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Spinney Nook Anti-social behaviour
Spinney View Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Sports/Recreation Area Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Sports/Recreation Area Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Sports/Recreation Area Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
St Luke'S Close Anti-social behaviour
St Wilfrid'S Close Public order Under investigation
Station Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Station Street Other theft Under investigation
Station Street Violence and sexual offences Action to be taken by another organisation
Station Street Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Stuart Crescent Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Stuart Crescent Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Stuart Crescent Violence and sexual offences Action to be taken by another organisation
Stuart Crescent Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Stuart Crescent Violence and sexual offences Action to be taken by another organisation
Supermarket Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Supermarket Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Thackney Leys Anti-social behaviour
Thackney Leys Anti-social behaviour
Thackney Leys Anti-social behaviour
Thackney Leys Anti-social behaviour
Thackney Leys Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Thackney Leys Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Thackney Leys Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
The Mount Public order Under investigation
The Mount Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Old Granary Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Paddock Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
The Station Approach Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
The Tithings Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
The Tithings Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
The Tithings Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Uppingham Road Burglary Under investigation
Uppingham Road Other crime Unable to prosecute suspect
Vale End Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Victoria Street Violence and sexual offences Formal action is not in the public interest
Warwick Road Burglary Under investigation
Warwick Road Vehicle crime Under investigation
Warwick Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Weir Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Wellfield Close Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
White Hart Close Public order Under investigation
White Street Burglary Unable to prosecute suspect
Wolsey Close Anti-social behaviour
Woodbury Rise Burglary Under investigation
Woodlands Close Public order Formal action is not in the public interest