ZoomLocal Neighbourhood ReportNEIGHBOURHOOD REPORT

Crime Rates by Incident Type

The following graph shows recorded crime between June 2017 and July 2018 in this LSOA area. Statistics are released by police.uk on a regular basis.

  UK AverageThis Area
Anti-social behaviour
4321
Burglary
1210
Robbery
20
Vehicle Crimes
1315
Violent Crimes
4527
Shoplifting
119
Criminal Damage / Arson
1614
Theft
2111
Drugs
40
Other Crimes
30
Possession of Weapons
111

Leicestershire PoliceTerritorial police force

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Leicestershire Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing Leicestershire and Rutland in England. Its headquarters are at Enderby, Leicestershire.

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Facts & Figures

Area typeNon-metropolitan county of Leicestershire and unitary authorities of the Leicester and Rutland
Officers2,317 police officers
Budget£154.7m annually
Area size2,538 sq km
Formed1967
JurisdictionEngland and Wales

LEICESTERSHIRE POLICE NEIGHBOURHOOD PRIORITIES

Thursday, September 7, 2017

ISSUE: NL6501 - To improve community confidence and reduce the number of drug related incidents in the area of the Bell Foundary Estate.


Thursday, September 7, 2017

ISSUE: NL6502 - To improve community confidence and incident reporting within the Warwick way estate by tackling ASB related disorder caused predominantly by the younger members of the community.


Thursday, October 20, 2016

ISSUE: There has been an increase in reports from residents that drugs are openly being sold and consumed in the streets of the Bell Foundry Estate


Thursday, October 20, 2016

ISSUE: There has been an increase in reports Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in and around the streets of Warwick Way


Friday, April 15, 2016

ISSUE: To tackle drug misuse around Peel Drive Loughborough


Friday, April 1, 2016

ISSUE: To tackle Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) and drug misuse around the Tuckers Road Loughborough. this is following an increase reported incidents that have taken place between the hours of 6pm and Midnight.


Tuesday, March 1, 2016

ISSUE: To tackle drug misuse in and around the area of Waterside Close Loughborough.
ACTION: The local Police and members of Charnwood Borough Council have been working hard to improve the area


Thursday, April 2, 2015

ISSUE: To Tackle anti-social behaviour in the area of Copeland Crescent on the Warwick Way estate


Monday, August 11, 2014

ISSUE: To tackle alcohol related anti-social behaviour between 5pm and 11pm each day


Tuesday, July 23, 2013

ISSUE: To tackle anti social behaviour relating to the use of mini motor bikes in the area of Lewis Road and Shelley Street
ACTION: Officers completed regular patrols in the area to reduce the problem


Thursday, September 1, 2011

ISSUE: Deal positivley with persons causing annoyance
ACTION: Officers completed regular high visibility patrols in the area and spoke to anyone causing annoyance with the aim to educate them on the effect on the community.


Thursday, September 1, 2011

ISSUE: Tackle drink and drug related anti-social behaviour in the area of Freehold Street between the hours of 10am and 10pm daily.
ACTION: Officers completed regular high visibility patrols in the area


Thursday, September 1, 2011

ISSUE: Tackle anti-social behaviour caused by people in cars on Rendell Street between the hours of 6pm and 10pm daily
ACTION: Officers completed regular high visibility patrols in the area between 6pm - 10pm


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: We will work to reduce incidents of drink and drug related anti-social behaviour on Russell Street and the Bell Foundry Estate between the hours of 10am and 4am.
ACTION: we have conducted high visibility patrols to catch and deter perpetrators. targeting the times of 6pm to 4am daily. Over the 6 month period of this priority a number of warrants were executed in and around the Bell Foundry Estate and the Russell St. area


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: We will tackle reports of anti-social behaviour and criminal damage around Loughborough Parish Church on Steeple Row between 6pm and 10pm daily.
ACTION: we have conducted high visibility patrols to catch and deter perpetrators. Targeting the times of 6pm to 10pm daily. Over the time period a number of police warnings were issued to youths in the area engaging in ASB and criminal damage


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: To tackle anti-social behaviour caused by underage drinking in the area of Lewis Road
ACTION: we continually conduct high visibility patrols to catch and deter perpetrators. Targeting the hours of 6pm to 11pm daily. We have actively worked alongside partner agencies


Sunday, August 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will work to reduce incidents of drink and drug related anti-social behaviour on Russell Street and the Bell Foundry Estate between the hours of 10am and 4am.
ACTION: By identifying that drugs were being dealt from two addresses


Sunday, August 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will work in partnership with Charnwood Borough Council to tackle illegal and inconsiderate parking in the areas of Cobden Street
ACTION: By giving advice to a number of vehicle owners about their parking and issued seven fixed penalty notices when vehicles have been parked too close to a junction. We have spent a day raising awareness of the problems caused by poor parking around the schools on Leicester Road on a school day and plan future awareness days in 2011.


Sunday, August 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will deal with dog owners who persistently allow their dogs to foul around the Bell Foundry Estate
ACTION: By issuing one fixed penalty notice to an owner who failed to clean up on a number of occasions. We witnessed a number of owners trying to leave an area without cleaning up and these persons have been spoken to and informed that a repeat occurrence will result with a fixed penalty notice. We have worked with Charnwood Borough Council to take preventative measures


Tuesday, June 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will work to reduce incidents of drink and drug related anti-social behaviour on Russell Street and the Bell Foundry Estate between the hours of 10am and 4am.
ACTION: We have arrested a number of people for drink-related crimes over the past three months and we have issued 10 warnings to residents on the estate in relation to their anti-social behaviour. We are busy collecting evidence against the most disruptive individuals and reviewing their tenancy agreements with Charnwood Neighbourhood Housing.


Tuesday, June 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will deal with dog owners who persistently allow their dogs to foul around the Bell Foundry Estate
ACTION: We have begun to issue verbal warnings to dog owners seen to allow their dogs to run around off the lead on the estate. This should reduce the instances of dog fouling. We are constantly looking out for people allowing their dogs to foul and will take action if we see this happen.


Tuesday, June 1, 2010

ISSUE: We will work in partnership with Charnwood Borough Council to tackle illegal and inconsiderate parking in the areas of Cobden Street
ACTION: We continue to target those who park irresponsibly and illegally. The Beat Team have issued 29 parking tickets since 1st May.


Monday, March 1, 2010

ISSUE: To tackle anti-social behaviour related to drug activity on the Peel Drive Estate from 10am to 4am.
ACTION: We regularly patrol around the estate and have been busy gathering intelligence relating to drug activity. We have searched a large number of people on the estate suspected to be carrying or using drugs and have executed a warrant under the Theft Act. We have issued a number of residents with anti-social behaviour advice and warning letters; two residents have signed Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs) and further work is currently being undertaken to minimise the impact of those people most frequently responsible for anti-social behaviour.


Monday, March 1, 2010

ISSUE: Tackle acts of graffiti and rowdy behaviour in the area of Morris Close and surrounding area after 4pm
ACTION: We increased high visibility patrols in the area


Monday, March 1, 2010

ISSUE: Tackle acts of vehicle crime in the area of Tuckers Road and surrounding streets.
ACTION: We have conducted a number of plain-clothes operations in the area and have patrolled the streets in the early hours of the morning. Five people have been arrested and are currently on police bail in relation to vehicle crime in the Tuckers Road area.


Sunday, November 1, 2009

ISSUE: To tackle issues relating to criminal damage to motor vehicles on Albert Promenade between the hours of 6pm and 10pm.
ACTION: We conducted high visibility patrols both on foot and in marked vehicles during these times. To support the high visibility patrols we also conducted an operation using unmarked vehicles and plain clothed police officers in and around Burder Street. Over the last three months there has only been one reported incident of damage to a motor vehicle on Burder Street and the surrounding area. This priority has now been closed.


Sunday, November 1, 2009

ISSUE: To tackle speeding vehicles in the area of Albert
Promenade between the hours of 8am and 10am
and then 3pm and 5pm.
ACTION: We conducted high visibility patrols on foot and in marked police vehicles throughout these times. We conducted a speed survey on Albert Promenade using a covert speed detection device. The device was deployed from the 7th to the 12th October 2009 and we found that only 0.2% of vehicles were speeding. Given the low numbers of speeding vehicles this priority has been closed but we will continue to monitor the situation.


Sunday, November 1, 2009

ISSUE: Due to ongoing work that is still to be completed
the previous priorities are being continued. These
are to tackle anti-social behaviour issues relating
to drug activity on the Peel Drive estate between
the hours of 10am and 4am.
ACTION: Three drug warrants were executed on the Peel Drive Estate and surrounding area. Two people were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply a Class 'A' drug and handling stolen property. Electrical items were seized included a flat screen television and computer equipment. On the Peel Drive Estate


Monday, August 17, 2009

ISSUE: To focus on the issues relating to criminal damage
to motor vehicles.
ACTION: u00e2?u00a2 We continue to conduct high visibility patrols in the
area.
u00e2?u00a2 On two occasions we have distributed crime
prevention leaflets in the area.


Monday, August 17, 2009

ISSUE: To focus on the Albert Promenade locality regarding speeding motor vehicles and vehicle crime.
ACTION: We continue to conduct high visibility patrols in the area.
We have also distributed leaflets in the area regarding speeding.
Arrangements have been made for speed detection devices to be installed in the locality.


Monday, August 17, 2009

ISSUE: Currently we continue to work on the priorities set
through previous consultation which is to focus on
anti-social behaviour issues relating to drug
activities in the Peel Drive Estate.
ACTION: u00e2?u00a2 Four drug warrants executed on the Peel Drive Estate
and surrounding streets.
u00e2?u00a2 A total of eight persons arrested for the following
offences; possession of class u00e2??Au00e2?? drugs with intent to
supply; possession of class u00e2??Bu00e2?? cannabis and Proceeds
of Crime Act offences.
u00e2?u00a2 Electrical items seized including two flat screen TVs a
lap top.
u00e2?u00a2 One person served with housing injunction banning
them from the Peel Drive estate following a breach of
the order the subject given 18 months prison sentence.
u00e2?u00a2 Three people are currently subject to Acceptable
Behaviour Contracts on the Peel Drive Estate.
u00e2?u00a2 Five persons have been served with advice letters for
anti-social behaviour on the Peel Drive Estate.
u00e2?u00a2 Two persons have been given verbal advice by the
beat team.
u00e2?u00a2 On the 21st of October 2009 a u00e2??Crack House Closure
Orderu00e2?? was obtained for 16 Pinfold Gardens. This is a
good example of the police and Charnwood Borough
Council working together with local residents to gather
information and evict problem tenants.


Monday, May 18, 2009

ISSUE: To focus on the Albert Promenade locality regarding speeding motor vehicles and vehicle crime.
ACTION: by carrying out high visibility patrols in the area. We
hope to conduct a speeding campaign in the near future
and will be using speed monitoring equipment to
establish the extent of the problem.


Monday, May 18, 2009

ISSUE: We will be focusing on issues relating to criminal damage to motor vehicles.
ACTION: by carrying out high visibility patrols in the area. Police
Community Support Officers (PCSOs) are going along
to each address on Burder Street and handing out crime
prevention advice.


Monday, May 18, 2009

ISSUE: The police will be focusing on anti-social behaviour issues relating to drug activities in the Peel Drive Estate.
ACTION: In April this year


New Leicestershire Police priorities and concerns for this neighbourhood will be published here once they are announced by Leicestershire Police through the data.police.uk portal.

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