Police and security for Coleorton

Police Survey

Leicestershire Police are inviting residents to complete a short survey.

This is an opportunity to give your opinion, say how the Police managed an incident that affected you or give them some suggestions for tackling crime in the area.

Complete the survey here >>

July 2020 Update from NW Leicestershire Valley Beat

Items include:

  • Vehicle Crime Prevention Advice
  • Neighbourhood Link
  • Crime figures
  • Beat Team Contacts

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June 2020 Update from NW Leicestershire Valley Beat

Items include:

  • Coronavirus advice and information
  • Crime figures
  • Officer recruitment events
  • Speed campaign in belton

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Newsletter from Inspector Jackson of Leicestershire Police - May 2020

Items include:

  • Covid-19 and the Police
  • Restructuring of the Force
  • Operation Hatch - concentrated effort by police over 4 days esulted in many arrests in the Ashby / Coalville area

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Local Police

Our local neighbourhood policing team, Valley, covers Breedon, Coleorton, Packington and surrounding villages. The neighbourhood beat website has details of local police officers, surgeries in local areas, crime statistics, priorities, details of Coalville and Ashby police stations, news and events and more.

An officer from the local Valley Beat sometimes attends Parish Council meetings to discuss any recent issues and concerns. Crime report and Map for the Valley beat area >>

Leicestershire Police news >>

Officers at The Valley Beat team are:

Coleorton Crime Prevention

Coleorton has its own Crime Prevention Officer - Colin Jones - who has a number of free-of-charge items which can be used to deter burgars and personal attacks as well as advice leaflets from the police. See Crime Prevention >>

Leicestershire Police have issued a advice on a number of topics including bicycle security, on-line safety, knife crime and fraud. See https://leics.police.uk/advice-and-information/crime-prevention

PREVENT (Preventing Violent Extremism)

The Prevent programme is managed by the council's Community Safety Team and has been developed in response to the Counter Terrorism and Security Act (2015) and the Government's Prevent Strategy - a national counter extremism programme aimed at stopping people from becoming violent extremists or supporting extremism, both violent and non-violent.

The Prevent Strategy is aimed at preventing violent and non-violent extremism, but is also very much about protecting our communities and supporting vulnerable people who may be targeted by extremists trying to recruit or radicalise them. There is no single profile of a person who may be vulnerable to grooming by extremists, and the Prevent programme relies on community support and information to identify and safeguard people.

If you are concerned that someone you know, or have come across, is at risk of being exploited for extremist purposes, you should inform the Local Authority or the Police who will assess the individual and provide them with appropriate support if they are at risk. More information about PREVENT and details of who to contact are on their website http://lrsb.org.uk/prevent

New Police Station in Coalville

Building work to construct a new police station in Coalville will start in March 2017. Leicestershire Police and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service have agreed to share the fire station in Coalville. This follows a period of consultation with the community and partners about the best options for the existing police station, as it needs millions of pounds worth of investment to refurbish it and currently costs 125,000 of public money every year to run. This should take seven months, aiming to be moving in around October or November. The Police will continue to have enquiry facilities located at the reception desk at North West Leicestershire District Council, in Whitwick Road, Coalville.

Contact the Police

  • For non-immediate issues telephone 101. In an emergency ring 999.
  • Answers to questions about things that the police are most frequently asked by the public dialling 101 or 999, e.g. stray dogs, noisy neighbours are on the website www.askthe.police.uk is tailored to Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
  • A new online tool, called Rate your Local Police, allows the public to feedback on the service they receive from Leicestershire Police. The system enables people to log on and feedback on any interaction they’ve had with the Force based on a five star rating – similar to TripAdvisor. There is also space for the public to provide additional comments and information. Anyone who has recently dealt with the police can rate the service at www.leics.police.uk/rateyourlocalpolice.
     
  • Been subject to a crime? Or want to prevent one from happening? Go to www.leics.police.uk/support

A couple of documents about changes to Neighbourhood Policing:

Leicestershire Police

Police and Crime Commissioner

Following the elections on 12 May 2016 the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is Lord Willy Bach. Information about and contact details for the Police and Crime Commissioner >>

Neighbourhood and Home Watch Network

  • Neighbourhood Link -the community messaging system to keep residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland informed and up to date with news on appeals, events and crime prevention advice as well as information on policing matters that affect you.

Crimestoppers

  • You can give information about crime anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or through the charity’s secure online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service

Trading Standards
Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline and Trading Standards

If you suspect rogue trading in your area please call or email immediately: