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
4313
Burglary
1212
Robbery
23
Vehicle Crimes
1316
Violent Crimes
4523
Shoplifting
111
Criminal Damage / Arson
167
Theft
213
Drugs
45
Other Crimes
32
Possession of Weapons
112

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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

Sunday, November 4, 2018

ISSUE: That there has been pockets of disorder in and around Keyham Lane West


Monday, September 17, 2018

ISSUE: You have told us that obstruction on the pavement is becoming an issue. Car's are being left on the pavement and members of the public are unable to get by.
ACTION: Officers have issued numerous tickets and will continue doing this for the forseable future.


Wednesday, January 17, 2018

ISSUE: The Netherhall
ACTION: Home visits have been conducted and warning letters issued to identified offenders in the presence of their parents. This combined with directed patrols has significantly reduces the amount of calls received regarding asb in this area.


Monday, June 26, 2017

ISSUE: It has been identified through crime analysis that Theft from motor vehicles is on the increase in the Hamilton
ACTION: This is proving to be a longer term issue and will be incorporated into our ongoing crime prevention and detection strategies


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

ISSUE: Consultations have told us that Sandhills Ave shops suffers ASB in the car park area with littering
ACTION: Patrols have reduced the number of calls to this location. We will continue to monitor the situation and will revisit once longer term plans of shopwatch and cctv are in place.


Friday, November 11, 2016

ISSUE: Issues regarding parking and traffic offences around Hope Hamilton school around school rush times. Numerous complaints from local residents and parents who bring children too and from the school. The main offenders are adults travelling to and from the school to drop off and collect children who disregard public safety and traffic laws
ACTION: calls have significantly reduced regarding parking problems at the school. Priority closed.


Tuesday, August 16, 2016

ISSUE: We have had increased reports of motorcycles being ridden in a dangerous manner in and around the parkland off Moulton Ave
ACTION: Following the above actions reports of anti social use of motorbikes has decreased significantly.


Thursday, April 28, 2016

ISSUE: Residents on Portcullis Rd have been reporting ongoing problems with ASB.. Behaviour includes being rowdy
ACTION: Close cooperation with Social services and Leicester City Council Humberstone Housing office has led to action being taken to both safeguard vulnerable children and use a proportionate approach to those causing ASB. Notices have been served reducing the amount of ASB.
This priority is now closed.


Monday, February 15, 2016

ISSUE: Concerns have been raised about cars parking on the pavement on several roads around the Hamilton estate including Dalton Road and Thornborough Way. The residents group for Saxthorpe Road have also highlighted parking issues.
Most houses have allocated parking
ACTION: In addition to the 3 operations conducted


Friday, September 11, 2015

ISSUE: To tackle antisocial behaviour including motorcycles being ridden on and off road in the area
ACTION: Ongoing monitoring has shown a reduction in reported ASB of this type in the area. The positive action through seizure and prosecution of those committing offences has impacted upon these issues and led to a reduction in reported incidents and thus the removal of the priority status.


Thursday, June 18, 2015

ISSUE: To tackle youths causing antisocial behaviour including rowdy behaviour and drug and alcohol use in the flats on Grosvenor Gate.
ACTION: There has been a decrease in reported antisocial behaviour in the area


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

ISSUE: To tackle the increase use of Nitrous Oxide within the Humberstone and Hamilton area.
ACTION: The combination of patrols and education has reduced the incidents being reported to us and less reports of canisters being left as litter around the area. Therefore this priority will now be closed.


Tuesday, December 23, 2014

ISSUE: To tackle anti-social behaviour in the area of McDonalds Netherhall Road.
ACTION: There has been a sufficient drop in calls to the location and as a result of further consultation through speaking with local people and completing leaflet drops around the vicinity we believe that the issue has been dealt with.


Monday, August 11, 2014

ISSUE: To tackle anti-social behaviour in the area of Columbine Road and Pearl Way where youths have been seen to be drinking and taking drugs at a cut-through
ACTION: This local problem solving plan has been running for a number of months and the beat team has completed further consultations within the affected area which has shown a significant reduction in incidents. This has been achieved through directed patrols in the area


Friday, June 1, 2012

ISSUE: There are traffic offences and parking issues in around the primary schools on the Humberstone and Hamilton. These problems occur from 8.30am to 9.15am and then 2.30pm and 3.30pm. The schools are Hope Hamilton C of E Primary School
ACTION: Update


Friday, June 1, 2012

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of anti-social and inconsiderate behaviour by large groups of youths acting in a disorderly manner
ACTION: resident


Friday, June 1, 2012

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of rowdy
ACTION: The problems in this area are sporadic and therefore it has been difficult to identify and deal with the youths causing the problems. Recent patrols by Special Constables have identified a small group of youths


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ISSUE: There is a neighbour dispute between residents in Keyham Lane West and Selby Avenue
ACTION: Update


Friday, March 16, 2012

ISSUE: A large group of local youths loitering around area of New Romney Crescent
ACTION: A number of incidents within a short period of time were reported to police


Tuesday, September 6, 2011

ISSUE: Speeding cars on Netherhall Road and Sandhills Avenue
ACTION: Officers have been trained in the use of speed enforcement equipment


Tuesday, September 6, 2011

ISSUE: Anti-social behaviour by young people who intimidate residents
ACTION: Community consultation completed and high visibility and plain clothes


Tuesday, September 6, 2011

ISSUE: Reduce incidents of criminal damage
ACTION: High visibility as well as plain clothes patrols conducted in the area and community consultations introduced. We have worked in partnership with LASBU and other agencies. A fence has been installed in Cranesbill Rd to prevent it being used as a cut-through to Maidenwell Avenue


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

ISSUE: Incidents of anti-social behaviour are being caused by groups of youths congregating between 5pm and 10pm daily in and around the area of McDonalds
ACTION: Incidents of minor crime and ASB are being caused by groups of youths congregating during the evening in and around the area of McDonalds


Tuesday, March 1, 2011

ISSUE: Reduce incidents of criminal damage
ACTION: High visibility


Tuesday, March 1, 2011

ISSUE: Anti-social behaviour by young people who intimidate residents
ACTION: A community consultation exercise has been completed to ascertain the extent of the problem.
High visibility and plain clothes foot and cycle patrols have been conducted in the area at the relevant times of day.
A local Neighbourhood Watch scheme has been established in the area.
The City crime reduction officer has completed a survey of the area and visited some residents to offer relevant advice.
We have worked with our partners (LASBU).
We have worked with Riverside Housing office and Leicester City Council to identify the most appropriate solutions.
A footpath at the end of Bessingham Close has been closed to prevent it being used as a cut through.
We have worked with individual victims to ensure necessary support is provided.
Advice has been given to local youths and their families to encourage acceptable behaviour.


Tuesday, March 1, 2011

ISSUE: Incidents of anti-social behaviour are being caused by groups of youths congregating between 5pm and 10pm daily in and around the area of McDonalds
ACTION: The police discussed issues with the management team at McDonalds


Tuesday, March 1, 2011

ISSUE: Speeding cars on Netherhall Rd and Sandhills Avenue at all times of the day.
ACTION: Officers have been trained in the use of speed enforcement equipment.
Planned policing operations targeting speeding vehicles have been conducted in the identified areas.
A number of drivers have been issued with penalty notices for speeding offences.
A number of drivers have been warned about their speed.
We have worked with partner agencies to monitor traffic and speed in these locations.
Traffic calming has been installed on Netherhall Rd and neighbouring streets with further measures planned by the council in the future.


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Reduce incidents of criminal damage
ACTION: A full range of interventions and remedies has been explored and utilised to address the ongoing problems of anti-social behaviour in the area. We have conducted both high visibility and plain clothed patrols of the area at differing times of the day


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Anti-social behaviour by young people who intimidate residents
ACTION: We have conducted high visibility and plain clothed patrols of the area at differing times of the day


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Speeding cars on Netherhall Road and Sandhills Avenue
ACTION: To address this we have trained our officers in the use of speed enforcement equipment and conducted planned policing operations resulting in several drivers being dealt with for speeding offences. We have worked with out partner agencies to monitor traffic and the levels of speeding


Friday, December 10, 2010

ISSUE: To tackle the concentration of ASB and low level criminality on the ward concentrated on Cranesbill Road
ACTION: A full range of interventions and remedies has been explored and utilised to address the ongoing problems of anti-social behaviour in the area. We have conducted both high visibility and plain clothed patrols of the area at differing times of the day


Friday, December 10, 2010

ISSUE: To tackle instances of anti-social behaviour by young people at Bessingham Close
ACTION: We have conducted high visibility and plain clothed patrols of the area at differing times of the day


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to motorcycles and mini motos causing a disturbance and annoyance to residents on the fields between the Netherhall Estate and Hamilton.
ACTION: We have conducted numerous patrols of the area both in uniform and plain clothes patrols. As a result of this we have identified persons using mini motos and being involved in this activity. We have seized bikes and dealt with persons taking part and have noticed a significant decrease in calls to us regarding this.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

ISSUE: To deal with speeding cars on Netherhall Road and Sandhills Avenue at all times of the day.
ACTION: We have trained our officers in the use of speed enforcement equipment; we have conducted a planned policing operation where several drivers were dealt with for speeding offences. We have worked with our partner agencies to monitor traffic and to monitor the levels of speeding. As a result of this


Monday, November 1, 2010

ISSUE: To deal with speeding cars on Netherhall Road and Sandhills Avenue at all times of the day.
ACTION: To address this we have trained our officers in the use of speed enforcement equipment and conducted planned policing operations resulting in several drivers being dealt with for speeding offences. We have worked with out partner agencies to monitor traffic and the levels of speeding


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To continue to address issues relating to parking and anti-social behaviour outside Kestrels' Field School at the start and finish of the school day.
ACTION: By conducting high visibility patrols around the school. Travel plans have been discussed with the school to reduce the number of vehicles. Discussions took place with the Highways Department regarding traffic calming and pedestrian crossings. Where offences have been committed


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To continue to reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour by young people in Humberstone Village between the hours of 3pm-5pm.
ACTION: By increasing the number of patrols at key times by the police


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to anti-social behaviour and street drinking around the Netherhall Road shops between 6pm and midnight every day.
ACTION: By increasing patrols in the area. We liaised with partner agencies to improve CCTV monitoring and recording equipment. We worked with Leicester Anti Social Behaviour Unit to identify those causing problems and have spoken to their parents. Acceptable behaviour agreements were also issued.


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to motorcycles and mini motos causing a disturbance and annoyance to residents on the fields between the Netherhall Estate and Hamilton.
ACTION: By increasing high visibility and plain clothes patrols. Several warnings have been given to offenders riding on the land and two bikes have been recovered. Through partnership working we have raised awareness among those responsible of the impact their behaviour has on others. Preventative measures have been discussed such as the use of mobile CCTV cameras and the correct placement of fences to deter access to the area.


Monday, February 1, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to anti-social behaviour
ACTION: We have patrolled the area regularly and spoken with young people. We have liaised with shop keepers and residents about the problems and those believed to be responsible for problems in this area.

nnOver this period there has been a significant decrease in reported problems and this priority will now be closed.


Monday, February 1, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to anti-social behaviour and street drinking around the Netherhall Road shops between 6pm and 10pm daily.
ACTION: We have increased patrols in this area and conducted targeted operations. We have liaised with partner agencies to improve monitoring and recording equipment in the area and decrease access to areas of concern. We have also engaged with the Leicester Anti Social Behaviour Unit where persistent offenders have been identified and informed parents of children causing anti-social behaviour.

nnFurther consultation suggests that this continues to be a problem and therefore this priority has been extended.


Monday, February 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of Public Order in Humberstone Village by students waiting at the bus stop at 4pm
ACTION: We have responded by increasing the number of patrols in the village at key times. At times of heightened tension there have been at least six officers patrolling the village on a daily basis. Patrols have also been conducted by City Council Street Wardens. A bus service direct from school has been arranged to reduce the need for pupils to walk into the village


Monday, February 1, 2010

ISSUE: To address issues relating to parking
ACTION: To address this we have conducted highly visible patrols around the school at key times. Travel plans have been discussed with the school to reduce the number of vehicles attending and discussions have taken place with the Highways Agency regarding traffic calming and pedestrian crossings at the location. Where offences have been committed


Monday, June 1, 2009

ISSUE: Groups of youths aged 14 to 19 years
ACTION: There have been no further complaints regarding this problem


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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