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
4314
Burglary
1213
Robbery
22
Vehicle Crimes
136
Violent Crimes
4541
Shoplifting
110
Criminal Damage / Arson
1611
Theft
2111
Drugs
41
Other Crimes
32
Possession of Weapons
110

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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

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

ISSUE: Members of the community have expressed concerns about youths gathering and causing anti-social behaviour along the alleyway leading from Thurncourt Road to Colthurst Way (near u2018The Boyzeeu2019).


Tuesday, September 18, 2018

ISSUE: Parents and local residents have reported inconsiderate and dangerous parking outside Willowbrook Primary and Thurnby Lodge Primary schools


Sunday, July 8, 2018

ISSUE: Members of the public have reported instances of anti-social behaviour and suspected drug dealing on The Parkway.
ACTION: Last week an arrest was made and a vehicle seized


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

ISSUE: During the evenings groups children all aged between 9-14yrs are gathering on pushbikes
ACTION: joint action has been taken with Leicester City Council


Monday, November 14, 2016

ISSUE: Youths are gathering in the street of Flamborough road causing ASB by loitering in large groups smoking Cannabis
ACTION: This profile has now been closed


Friday, February 26, 2016

ISSUE: Local youths aged between 13-17 years are gathering outside the Co-Op Superstore on Thurncourt Road behaving in an anti social manner
ACTION: Priority closed


Tuesday, June 9, 2015

ISSUE: To tackle antisocial behaviour including nuisance mopeds
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 4, 2015

ISSUE: To deal with concerns raised by local residents about numerous loose horses on a piece of land between the A47 and Wintersdale Road
ACTION: The horses have been moved from this field and are no longer causing any problems in the area. Therefore this priority will now be closed.


Monday, February 3, 2014

ISSUE: Motorists parking on street junctions and pavements causing unnecessary congestion
ACTION: We have liaised Leicester City Council and Highways and had street furniture fitted outside Willowbrook Primary School to stop off road and pavement parking. Road markings have been re painted near to both schools


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

ISSUE: During the warmer lighter evenings of the year between 6pm-midnight
ACTION: Extra patrols were carried out in the area of The Parkway. In addition


Friday, June 1, 2012

ISSUE: We will reduce an increase in public disorder incidents in the vicinity of Thurncourt Road
ACTION: This priority was created following a rise in anti-social behaviour incidents reported by the public and also serious disorder incidents. An operational order was created and enhanced staffing put in place. Dedicated police patrols were introduced from 5pm till 11pm for 6 weeks; officers involved included the beat team


Friday, June 1, 2012

ISSUE: We will work with community volunteers and statutory partners to reduce vehicle speeding
ACTION: This priority was created following local complaints at resident meetings


Tuesday, September 6, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Thurnby Lodge Primary School
ACTION: By increasing targeted


Tuesday, September 6, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Willowbrook Primary School
ACTION: By increasing targeted


Thursday, April 14, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Thurnby Lodge Primary School
ACTION: The local Thurncourt Team has been working hard to minimize the number of criminal damage offences suffered at both local Schools in recent months.

nnThe challenge is on going and unfortunately some incidents of damage are still occurring.

nnSgt Graham has been working with local residents when attending Community Ward meetings asking for their assistance with passing on any information that may lead to the apprehension of offenders.

nnThe Team has plans in place to further increase their visible presence in the School grounds during the Easter half term holidays in a bid to deter further offending.

nnOfficers from the local Policing Team will be meeting further with representatives from the School to discuss plans to further tackle this priority issue.


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Willowbrook Primary School
ACTION: The local Thurncourt Team has been working hard to minimize the number of criminal damage offences suffered at both local Schools in recent months.

nnThe challenge is on going and unfortunately some incidents of damage are still occurring.

nnSgt Graham has been working with local residents when attending Community Ward meetings asking for their assistance with passing on any information that may lead to the apprehension of offenders.

nnThe Team has plans in place to further increase their visible presence in the School grounds during the Easter half term holidays in a bid to deter further offending.

nnOfficers from the local Policing Team will be meeting further with representatives from the School to discuss plans to further tackle this priority issue.


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Thurnby Lodge Primary School


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ISSUE: Reducing criminal damage at Willowbrook Primary School


Sunday, August 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour around the shops on Thurncourt Road between Nursery Road and Bowhill Grove from 1pm to 6pm daily.
ACTION: This problem was tackled through sustained police presence in the area. Incidents of disorder were identified and addressed by providing verbal advice to young people


Sunday, August 1, 2010

ISSUE: To positively tackle increasing incidents of anti-social behaviour (disorderly conduct
ACTION: The neighbourhood team worked closely with the local Housing Team and the City Wardens to tackle the identified issues. A joint Police and Housing Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) was issued to one resident and this greatly assisted in reducing issues with noisy parties and associated disorder in the street. The Police increased patrols in the area and continually engaged with residents to assist in solving the problems being encountered.


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of anti-social behaviour around the shops on Thurncourt Road
ACTION: The Thurncourt policing team have worked alongside colleagues from the Coleman policing team to target a group of young men


Saturday, May 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of groups of young people being rowdy and causing minor damage late in the evenings at weekends in Bowhill Grove between Wreford Crescent and Thurncourt Road.
ACTION: This was targeted by officers on late evening patrols engaging with young people and providing a reassuring visible presence. In a joint approach with partner agencies


Friday, January 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of criminal damage around the Stornaway Road and Cross Keys Green area
ACTION: The neighbourhood team and Neighbourhood Watch group have conducted surveys in the area and suggested better lighting in key areas. This is being assessed by the City Council. The Neighbourhood Watch group has also carried out free security upgrades for vulnerable residents in these areas in conjunction with the police and City Council and residents have reported feeling safer.


Friday, January 1, 2010

ISSUE: To reduce incidents of groups of young people being rowdy and causing minor damage late in the evenings at weekends at Bowhill Grove between Wreford Crescent and Thurncourt Road.
ACTION: The neighbourhood team and local Housing Officers have intervened with problem individuals and ensured high visibility patrols on Bowhill Grove at key times. The problem has been reduced but there are still further interventions to complete.


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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