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South Wigston Police Local Neighbourhood

The South Wigston neighbourhood is situated within the Settlement of Wigston and is policed by the Leicestershire Police.

South Wigston has significant retail facilities and areas of important light industry. It also has a well established residential community, which includes the Fairfield Estate.

The neighbourhood also includes the Glen Parva Young Offenders' Centre, Blaby Road Park and the newly opened Salvation Army centre, which incorporates a youth club.

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Map of the South Wigston 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 South Wigston Neighbourhood

Settlements located within South Wigston
Name Type County
Wigston Settlement Leicestershire

Worst Locations for Crime within the South Wigston neighbourhood

April

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the South Wigston neighbourhood in April 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Clifford Street6
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Glen Gate5
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Kirkdale Road5
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Gloucester Crescent4

March

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the South Wigston neighbourhood in March 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket7
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Glen Gate4
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Sports/Recreation Area4
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Blaby Road3
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Jordan Avenue3

February

The Top 5 Worst Locations for Crime in the South Wigston neighbourhood in February 2019
Town Type County Location Number of Crimes Committed
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Supermarket6
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Matlock Avenue3
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Petrol Station2
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Narrow Boat Close2
WigstonSettlementLeicestershireOn or near Hindoostan Avenue2

Neighbourhood Events for South Wigston

TitleDescriptionDates
Tesco, Blaby Road

meeting

Please come and meet with PCSO Karim who will be happy to speak to his local community about any issues or concern. Karim will also like to discuss on how to sign up onto Neighbourhood Link.

Start: 19/06/2019 11:00

End: 19/06/2019 13:00

Police Officer Information for South Wigston

NameRankBio
Ben Widdowson Sgt

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2009. I have worked all my career in uniform in the City area covering Response Policing for the first 9 years and I have just completed a short stint on neighbourhood policing in the city centre. I am very pleased to join Neighbourhood Policing at Wigston covering the town itself along with South Wigston. I am looking forward to the challenge and an opportunity to continue and build on the outstanding work that has been achieved by everyone within the local policing team and local community. My team will work hard to ensure that we tackle the concerns and issues that are raised.

Emma Jayne PC

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2001, and have previously worked as a beat officer on Clarendon Park and the University of Leicester. I have recently taken over the role of Dedicated Neighbourhood Officer for South Wigston, a role that I requested and that I am delighted to have.

I am already enjoying working on the area and getting to know the community. I am looking forward to working with local residents, schools, colleges partner agencies and people that live, work or visit South Wigston.

Rebecca Boyall-Love PCSO

I am a local officer for South Wigston and also a School point of contact which means I do majority of the school talks for South Leicester Police.
I have been a PCSO for 3 years now which 2 and half years I was on Aylestone and was very enthusiastic and involved in community projects and the local churches.
I am new to South Wigston and looking forward to knowing the local community and getting involved. If you ever see me out and about please don’t hesitate to talk to me, I’m very chatty.

Karim Baladi PCSO

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2012 working in the South Leicester area. I look forward to working with the local community of South Wigston. Please feel free to approach me at any time to say hello or discuss any local issues you may be experiencing.

Neighbourhood Priorities for South Wigston

IssueActionDates

There has been a concern relating to a group around Blaby Road, Tesco Carpark and the carpark for Lidl/Wicks. The group has been causing ASB around this area and we are working with the local community to try and combat this issue. We are also using social media to engage with parents and carers so they can also work with us and educate the young people who are causing this issues. If anyone has any information or see the group in the area is urged to call 101 and quote Sentinel reference 84476.

You local beat team have identified local youths that were causing issues around the area. They have been put on various monitoring Policing plans to ensure that their behaviour is monitored. However since our intervention there appears to be a reduced ASB in the area. We would urge people to continue to call us to report acts of ASB in the area.

Issue dated: 01/01/2019

Action dated: 07/03/2019

There has been growing concerns with vehicle crime in the area. We have received a number of crime reports relating to "Theft from Motor Vehicles". Majority of this is criminals going around and checking car doors. Those vehicles that are insecure have had items stolen. There has been also a few incidents where forced entry has been committed as well. Due to the community concerns "Op Pioneer" has been launched in order to monitor vehicle crime in the area.

‘Op Pioneer’ was launched in the area to help combat theft from motor vehicles, most commonly theft of tools from vans. Over the past few weeks officers have been working hard to help reduce vehicle crime and as such several people have been arrested across the Leicestershire area in connection with such crimes. We have also used 'Social Media' to encourage people to secure their vans and to continue to take valuable tools out of their vehicles. Please could I reassure the community that we are still patrolling your area so please continue to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity. Thank you everyone that has assisted the police in their enquiries.

Issue dated: 14/11/2018

Action dated: 13/12/2018

Burglary – Your Local Beat Team are working hard keeping your area safe. Once again we see this concern for Burglary has adopted as a priority for the South Leicester area. It is sad to say there has been an increase of breaks mostly in the area of Knighton and Oadby. This year we are looking at new ways in how we can reduce burglaries, gain public confidence as we want you to feel reassured that we are doing the level best to keep you safe. We have recently worked hard forming relations within our communities by using Neighbourhood Link as a communication tool and social media. We have also established key individual networks within our communities forming Neighbourhood Watch. As for the unforeseen crime reports we obtained last year on Burglaries; we have launched ‘Operation Behold’ which is focusing on our top priority and to reassure our strong communities by working together. #OpBehold

Your local Beat team has been working hard during the the last few months. We have spoken to previous burglary victims and have formed many Neighbourhood Watch groups so that the Police can work closer with communities. We urge communities to continue to call us on any suspicious activity and remain vigilant.

Issue dated: 01/09/2018

Action dated: 12/11/2018

Officers have identified a high level of public concern following a number of incidents of school children being approached or followed by strangers in vehicles in the South Wigston area in a two week period. Victims and their parents have been visited and taken details about incidents. Most of the vehicles and persons involved have been identified and spoken to. No offences have been identified at this stage although there are a small number of remaining enquiries. Extra patrols have been conducted in the affected areas of South Wigston at school times and in the early evenings.
A stranger danger event was held in conjunction with Shane Varney’s Karate Club where inputs were provided to parents and children. Further inputs are planned at the primary schools and two nurseries in the coming weeks. Social media and Neighbourhood link have been used to update, reassure and educate around Stranger danger and these incidents in particular.

Officers have been doing extra patrols and been liaising with local partners. So far there have been no further incidents in the area.

Issue dated: 25/03/2018

Action dated: 27/04/2018

There have been a number of calls regarding anti-social behaviour, criminal damage and public order offences at Tesco South Wigston, locations on Blaby Road, South Wigston, and at the nearby Bassett Centre over the last few weeks. These incidents involve groups of youths, some of whom have been identified. Extra patrols will be conducted to prevent further problems, provide reassurance and to identify those involved in any further incients. Work is being done with those identified as being involved in conjunction with other agencies and will also be offered to other young people identified

Your 'South Wigston Beat Team' have worked closely with local businesses and amenities. We have identified a number of young people involved in anti-social behaviour in the area. The number of complaints has considerably reduced following increased patrols at specific times and locations. The young people involved have or are due to shortly to receive home visits or appointments at the police station to manage and address their behaviour. The Youth Offending Service have also been involved with some young people being referred to them and training offered to staff at some locations to assist them in dealing with this type of occurrence on their premises.

Issue dated: 15/02/2018

Action dated: 09/07/2018

A problem solving plan has been commenced for the Kenilworth Road area of South Wigston following a number of reports of anti-social vehicle use and other problem behaviour. Cars and motorbikes at excess speed have been reported as a regular issue as have groups of young males acting in an anti-social manner on mopeds, on foot causing damage and on bicycles cycling in a dangerous and reckless manner.

Following complaints about anti-social use of vehicles and speeding vehicles in the area as well as reports of groups of youths causing ASB on foot and on cycle which we have been focusing on your street. the beat team can update you that the following work around one specific address there has been a reduction in calls. Further to this speed monitoring was conducted. A small percentage of vehicles were found to be driving at excess speed. Two Youths were issued with written warnings after seeing them using the vehicles in an anti social manner. The groups found were spoken to along with their parents advised.
There have been no further reports of issues of this nature. I am aware there are concerns around speeding in the wider area and would recommend contacting Leicestershire County Council highways with any further concerns.

Issue dated: 30/10/2017

Action dated: 29/12/2017

To tackle parking problems in the area of Garden Street and Healey Street, South Wigston.

Issue dated: 16/11/2016

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To tackle theft from motor vehicles in the area of Saffron Road, South Wigston

Issue dated: 05/11/2016

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

In general over the summer months we experience an increase in ASB on Blaby Road Park in South Wigston.

Officers have completed high visibility and plain clothes patrols of the Blaby Road park over the month of August. We have also had a number of events such as Supersonic Boom and community engagements at the park including a Pokémon engagement event to raise awareness of mobile phone crime.

One main perpetrator for incidents reported at the park has been dealt with by Police recently resulting in a condition for him not to go to the Park any more. Hopefully this will deter any further issues.

Please let us know if there are any ongoing issues in the Park for us to take action on.

Thank you - The South Leicester Neighbourhood Team.

Issue dated: 07/06/2016

Action dated: 07/11/2016

What issues would you like us to look at in your area?

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What issues would you like us to look at in your area?

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Facebook - 'South Leicester Police'

Twitter - @SouthLeicsPolice

Issue dated: 07/06/2016

Action dated: 28/01/2017

The issues of workers from the biscuit factory parking on all the side roads off CANAL STREET,causing mounting tensions amongst the residents.
these issues were raised local residents whilst out on patrols in the area and it was visible to see their frustrations directed at the employees coming out from the biscuit factory, on Canal Street.

Issue dated: 22/04/2016

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To tackle theft from unattended motor vehicles, and burglaries relating to sheds and garages within the Fairfield Estate, South Wigston.

Issue dated: 15/09/2015

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To tackle vehicles driving in excess of the speed limit in the area of Gloucester Crescent and Dorset Avenue.

The Police beat team for South Wigston, along with Police Volunteers have conducted numerous ‘Speed checks’ upon sites upon Dorset Avenue, Gloucester Crescent and Saffron Road, areas of the beat area. These have been conducted at various times of the day, so as to capture different parts of the day, as it is clear that at times the roads are very quiet, and at other times the roads are very busy and generally slower due to people going to and from work and local schools. There has also been covert monitoring of the sites mentioned by the highways department and it is clear that there are a number of vehicles that drive at excess speed upon these roads, however, the results of the monitoring which are valid for two years, show that the area would not be given monies or extra resources to combat this issue.

That being said, the beat team recognise that this is a concern amongst local residents – especially those who live upon Dorset Avenue and Gloucester Crescent, and we will look to complete ad-hoc speed checks along with Police Volunteers in the future. Residents upon these streets have been notified of how to join and be part of the ‘COMMUNITY SPEED-WATCH’ scheme, which is funded and run through the Leicestershire County Council. This scheme gives residents the opportunity to combat this issue as a community and would be fully supported and backed by the local beat team.

Issue dated: 16/02/2015

Action dated: 15/09/2015

To tackle general anti-social behaviour (ASB) caused by young people during the evenings and weekends over the summer months around the following areas in South Wigston: Tesco Store, Blaby Road park, Pochins Bridge and Crowmills.

Issue dated: 24/03/2014

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To tackle crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) on South Wigston train platform alongside British Transport Police. Youths and adults are using the South Wigston train platform / shelter to drink and take drugs causing ASB.

There has been a number of incidents reported of loitering youths sitting on the roof of the shelter and trespassing. Most incidents are occurring between 3pm and 10pm weekdays and between 7pm and 10pm on Friday / Saturday.

Issue dated: 06/03/2014

Action dated: 30/11/-0001

To tackle general anti-social behaviour (ASB) caused by young people during the evenings and weekends over the summer months around the following areas in South Wigston: Tesco Store, Blaby Road park, Pochins Bridge and Crowmills.

The South Wigston Safer Neighbourhood Team have conducted a number of proactive patrols in the area of Tesco Store, Blaby Road park, Pochins Bridge and Crowmills in order to prevent incidents of ASB.

We have also worked together with the local schools to try and educate young people about the impact of ASB on victims and the consequences that being involved in ASB can have for young people committing it.

We have worked in partnership with Oadby and Wigston Borough Council and the Youth Offending Service to try and identify the young people causing ASB and those most at risk of being drawn into ASB by their peers.

Issue dated: 13/08/2013

Action dated: 24/03/2014

To prevent and detect serious acquisitive crime in South Wigston.

A number of high visibility patrol strategies have been carried out in and around the most at risk parts of South Wigston.

The serious acquisitive crime results for the priority period have resulted in:
1 less burglary dwelling
1 less robbery
9 less theft from motor vehicles
1 less theft of motor vehicle

which is proof that the patrol strategies carried out have worked.

Issue dated: 01/03/2013

Action dated: 13/08/2013

To prevent and take action against ASB on Blaby Road park, particularly at weekends.

The South Wigston Safer Neighbourhood team have focussed on being visible in and around the area of the park during evenings and weekends. We have engaged with a number of young people and confiscated alcohol from some of them. We have also explained the priority to them and given advice and warnings in relation to anti-social behaviour.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 20/02/2013

To work in partnership with South Leicestershire College to prevent and detect incidents of theft from students whilst in South Wigston.

The South Wigston Safer Neighbourhood team have attended a number of community and student events at the college and offered crime prevention advice to students in relation to their laptops, mobile phones etc.

Issue dated: 01/07/2012

Action dated: 20/02/2013

To prevent and take action against anti-social behaviour (ASB) on Blaby Road park, particularly in the evenings and at weekends.

with the South Wigston neighbourhood team along with the help of other officers, particularly the Special Constables at Wigston, spending considerable time on foot patrolling the area and engaging with the young people.

So far this yeat ASB on Blaby Road park and the surrounding areas has been really low, however we are just starting to enter the peak time for ASB with the school holidays and light nights etc, and due to this the neighbourhood team plan to keep this priority going and will look to step up our ASB nominal visits in the coming weeks.

Issue dated: 01/04/2012

Action dated: 23/07/2012

To prevent and assist in the investigation of theft from motor vehicles parked on the Fairfield Estate, Crete Avenue/Namur Road and adjoining streets also Kirkdale Road and the adjoining streets area of South Wigston, particularly during the evenings.

with the neighbourhood team spending most of their down time patrolling the Fairfield area of South Wigston on foot, in marked police vehicles and plain clothed officers were used in unmarked vehicles.

We have seen a dramatic reduction in the amount of theft from motor vheicles in South Wigston since this priority was set, with only two reported incidents compared with seven in the same period last year.

Issue dated: 01/04/2012

Action dated: 23/07/2012

To tackle anti-social behaviour mainly around the Ervins Lock, Weir Close and canal area of South Wigston in the evenings.

By conducting high visibility patrols on foot in the area on a regular basis and working with partner agencies such as; Oadby and Wigston Borough Council, Fire Service, Youth Impact teams, canal and waterways agencies, we reduced reported incidents of ASB in the targeted area by 33% compared to the previous year.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 01/04/2012

to reduce bicycle thefts including burglary other than dwellings, in the whole of South Wigston.

By conducting regular foot patrols in various locations within South Wigston, specifically targeting cyclists and using intelligence to identify offenders, we made numerous arrests in relation to stolen cycles.
Officers conducted high visibility patrols around South Wigston and targeted known burglary offenders. By doing this we reduced burglary dwellings in South Wigston by over 70% compared to the same 9 month period the previous year.

Issue dated: 01/09/2011

Action dated: 01/04/2012

To reduce and prevent incidents of burglaries and specifically burglaries other than dwellings including sheds, outbuildings and garages in the location of the Fairfield Estate, South Wigston every evening between 7pm and 7am.

by conducting both high visibility patrols and plain clothes patrols on the Fairfield Estate between the relevant times.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

To work pro-actively with South Leicester College on Blaby Rd to prevent incidents of Robbery, Theft and Theft from motor vehicles.

by working closely with the college to educate students about crime prevention and ways to keep themselves and their property safe. We have also secured a room at the college for the South Wigston neighbourhood team to utilise in order ro spend more time on the beat.

Issue dated: 01/02/2011

Action dated: 01/07/2011

Criminal damage, anti-social behaviour and street drinking on Station Street and Kirkdale Road including the railway bridge, South Wigston, at all times but especially during the evening, weekends and school holidays.

By completing a number of street consultations to reassure residents and gain more specific information about the problem. We have then increased the time spent in this particular location speaking with young people and moving them on. We have also worked in partnership with the South Leicester college and the British Transport police to both tackle this issue and prevent further issues.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Burglaries involving sheds, outbuildings and garages, on the Fairfield Estate, South Wigston, evenings between 7pm and 7am;

By utilising Police officers, special constables and police community support officers to patrol the area both on foot and in police vehicles. A number of initiatives were also put in place in the build up to and over the Christmas period such as designated patrol strategies and plain clothes patrols.

Issue dated: 01/08/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Criminal damage, street drinking and other anti-social behaviour on Station Street and Kirkdale Road (including the railway bridge), every day between 6pm and 2am;

by taking details of those responsible for the anti-social behaviour, issuing them or their parents with written warnings about their behaviour, and where applicable working closely with the local council to stop those responsible from committing further acts of anti-social behaviour.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Reducing and preventing burglaries and specifically burglaries other than homes (such as sheds, outbuildings and garages) in the Fairfield Estate, every night between 7pm and 7am.

by increasing both high visibility and plain clothes patrols in the area, using a range of officers including police officers, police community support officers and special constables.

Issue dated: 01/06/2010

Action dated: 01/08/2010

Criminal damage, street drinking and other anti-social behaviour on Station Street and Kirkdale Road (including the railway bridge), South Wigston, between 6pm and 2am, and during school holidays;

We have worked closely with the youth service, which has deployed Impact workers to engage with local youths and to tell them about diversionary events such as the Bassett Street youth club. We have carried out dedicated patrols within the area, both high visibility and plain clothes. We have dealt with those acting anti-socially in a number of different ways, including making dispersal orders and enforcing the alcohol ban within Blaby Road park and the surrounding streets. There has been a reduction in reports of anti-social behaviour. We will maintain this as a local priority.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Reducing and preventing burglaries and specifically burglaries other than homes such as sheds, outbuildings and garages in the Fairfield Estate, South Wigston, every night between 7pm to 7am.

We have carried out dedicated burglary patrols in the Estate. There has been a reduction in reported burglaries compared to this time last year. We have organised regular consultations at Sainsbury's, Gloucester Crescent, giving residents the opportunity to meet us and to report any issues. We are continuing with crime prevention events on the estate, such as the Tool Marking and Security Advice Day held on 8 May. We will continue this priority for the next three months and we are planning further events.

Issue dated: 01/03/2010

Action dated: 01/06/2010

Targeting criminal damage, street drinking and
other anti-social behaviour on Station Street and
Kirkdale Road, including the railway bridge, South
Wigston, between 6pm and 2am and during
school holidays

By increasing regular patrols in the area ensuring that officers were visible during the key problem times. This included the end of school period whereby local children were causing local shopkeepers problems. We worked with both the children and shop owners to combat anti-social behaviour. The Neighbourhood Team, responded to complaints from residents regarding damage on the old Shoefayre premises and arranged for the bottom windows to be boarded up. In partnership with Oadby and Wigston Borough Council, the Youth Service, South Wigston High School and the Local Sports and Recreational Alliance, we organised a weekly football coaching programme over the latter part of 2009, which proved very successful with local youths in giving them a constructive way to spend their time.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/02/2010

Monitoring parking issues raised by local
residents, and where necessary issuing tickets for
parking offences, in Healy Street, Garden Street,
and Canal Street, South Wigston, after 6pm
Monday to Friday

By taking regular patrols in the area advising local residents and users if vehicles were parked inappropriately, dangerously or were obstructing others. Since the start of the priority in October 2009, only a small amount of tickets have been issued - in all cases every effort was made to locate the owners of the vehicles to advise them first. In November the team conducted street consultations, one of which started at 5.30 am, to cater for all residents and employees of local businesses. This proved very successful, with a local councillor also in attendance. In early 2010 all the Neighbourhood's findings from the briefings, comments and recommendations will be passed onto the County Council in order to progress the situation and ultimately seek a solution.

Issue dated: 01/11/2009

Action dated: 01/02/2010

To target criminal damage and anti-social behaviour on Gloucester Crescent, Sussex Road and the shops, South Wigston, especially during the evening and over the weekends.

By carrying out regular patrols especially during the summer holidays, resulting in a reduction in anti-social behaviour. Our patrols included plain clothes operations and we liaised closely with schools in the area to identify offenders. We have made regular visits to local businesses and gave them security advice in order to try and prevent them from having problems. We have held regular meetings with our key community members to identify hotspots in the area, which allows us to make our patrols more specific and effective. We have worked in partnership with Oadby and Wigston Borough Council through which we have organised for a CCTV camera to be placed at the shops on Gloucester Crescent. This CCTV system should allow us to identify individuals causing problems as well as acting as a deterrent.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

To target speeding motorists on the full length of Dorset Avenue, South Wigston, during rush hours in the morning and evening.

By organising and carrying out high visibility speed checks in the area and reporting the results back to local residents. We have also supported members of the local community to set up a community speed watch which is now up and running. This is supported by signs advertising the scheme which helps act as a deterrent. Oadby and Wigston now has its own speed monitoring equipment which officers are trained to use and we will use this to continue to monitor the speeding in the area.

Issue dated: 17/08/2009

Action dated: 13/11/2009

Street Crime Within South Wigston

Last Update April.

LocationTypeOutcome
Arnold Avenue Anti-social behaviour
Arnold Avenue Anti-social behaviour
Arnold Avenue Criminal damage and arson Under investigation
Arnold Avenue Public order Under investigation
Baldwin Avenue Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Barge Close Other theft Unable to prosecute suspect
Bassett Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Best Close Anti-social behaviour
Best Close Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Best Close Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Blaby Road Public order Under investigation
Blenheim Close Criminal damage and arson Local resolution
Blenheim Close Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Blenheim Close Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Blenheim Close Violence and sexual offences Further investigation is not in the public interest
Canal Street Public order Unable to prosecute suspect
Canal Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cheshire Drive Anti-social behaviour
Clifford Street Anti-social behaviour
Clifford Street Anti-social behaviour
Clifford Street Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Clifford Street Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Clifford Street Public order Under investigation
Clifford Street Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Cumberland Road Burglary Under investigation
Cumberland Road Vehicle crime Under investigation
Curzon Avenue Burglary Under investigation
Curzon Avenue Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Darley Avenue Criminal damage and arson Formal action is not in the public interest
Darley Avenue Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Ervins Lock Anti-social behaviour
Garden Street Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Glen Gate Anti-social behaviour
Glen Gate Anti-social behaviour
Glen Gate Public order Under investigation
Glen Gate Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Glen Gate Other crime Unable to prosecute suspect
Glenborne Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Gloucester Crescent Public order Under investigation
Gloucester Crescent Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Gloucester Crescent Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Gloucester Crescent Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Hindoostan Avenue Anti-social behaviour
Hindoostan Avenue Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Irlam Street Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Ivanhoe Road Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Ivanhoe Road Other crime Under investigation
Jasmine Court Other theft Under investigation
Kenilworth Road Violence and sexual offences Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Kirkdale Road Criminal damage and arson Awaiting court outcome
Kirkdale Road Drugs Local resolution
Kirkdale Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Kirkdale Road Violence and sexual offences Awaiting court outcome
Kirkdale Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Lock Keeper Close Anti-social behaviour
Lock Keeper Close Vehicle crime Under investigation
Matlock Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Mill Close Vehicle crime Unable to prosecute suspect
Northumberland Road Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Anti-social behaviour
Parking Area Vehicle crime Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Pembroke Avenue Criminal damage and arson Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Burglary Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Shoplifting Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Petrol Station Shoplifting Local resolution
Petrol Station Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Petrol Station Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Petrol Station Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Petrol Station Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Saffron Lane Anti-social behaviour
Saffron Lane Anti-social behaviour
Saffron Lane Anti-social behaviour
Saffron Lane Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Saffron Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Saffron Lane Other theft Under investigation
Saffron Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Saffron Lane Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Saffron Lane Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Saffron Road Violence and sexual offences Under investigation
Sports/Recreation Area Anti-social behaviour
Sports/Recreation Area Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Station Street Criminal damage and arson Unable to prosecute suspect
Station Street Other theft Investigation complete; no suspect identified
Supermarket Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect
Sussex Road Violence and sexual offences Unable to prosecute suspect