Whether you're celebrating Diwali, Eid or Navratri, dressing up for Halloween, or enjoying fireworks on Bonfire Night, the Celebrate Safely campaign has all the advice youll need to help you look after yourself, your home and your belongings.
The campaign is being run by Leicestershire Police in partnership with Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, Leicester City Council and Crimestoppers. Together, were running a series of events across the city so come along to meet your local officers and find out more about celebrating safely this autumn. Read on for more information on all of our planned events.
Visit the dedicated Celebrate Safely website for more information.
You can also download our poster and our campaign leaflets filled with useful advice and information for staying safe at home and when you're out and about:
You can report non-emergency incidents including crimes and anti-social behaviour buy calling us on 101.
Remember in an emergency always call 999.
Crimestoppers - provide information on crime anonymously
Call 0800 555 111
Fire safety concerns
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service
Call 0116 287 2241
Litter, graffiti, fly tipping, other environmental issues and anti-social behaviour
Leicester City Council
Call 0116 454 1000
United Against Violence and Abuse
0808 802 0028
For victims of domestic and sexual violence in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
Leicestershire Hate Incident Monitoring Project
0116 305 8263
Navratri, Diwali and Eid
Download our information leaflet to help you celebrate Navratri, Diwali and Eid safely.
Bonfire Night and Halloween
Download our information leafletto help you celebrate Bonfire Night and Halloween safely.
The Leicestershire County Council, ASB Delivery Group have also produced a double sided posterfor households to display during Halloween to show whether they wish to take part or not.