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Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
To reduce the amount of anti-social driving around the area of Springfield Road.
Issued: May 2017
What we are doing:Officers are working hard to increase patrols and to stop any vehicles displaying dangerous driving. We are encouraging any local residents to call us if any dangerous or anti-social driving is seen, in order that we can send the next available officer to deal to reduce the issue. UPDATE JUNE Officers have been working hard to decrease the issues via extra patrols and by stopping any vehicles that have displaying dangerous driving. GOOD NEWS: As a result of the above driving initiative we have managed to seize two vehicles in the area due to the drivers having no insurance. Section 59’s have also been issued to drivers for careless and inconsiderate driving, having caused distress or annoyance to residence. We are hoping that due to are actions, residents will now see a decrease in this behaviour. However we are still encouraging any local resident to contact us if any dangerous or anti-social driving is seen, in order that we can send the next available Officer to deal to reduce this issue. GOOD NEWS AND FURTHER DETAILS REQUIRED: An arrest was recently made in relation to a male who has repeatedly asked passing members of the public for money stating that he requires money to get a train ticket to Nottingham. We are urging anyone who has a similar experience or sees this male in the act, to please call the Police on 101 to report the fraudulent crime. ADVISE AND WARNING: Due to the weather now warming up we are also reminding our communities to remember to be mindful and remember to close, lock and secure windows and doors to prevent burglaries from occurring. Please stay extra vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to the Police. DID YOU KNOW: Did you know that you can now report incidents to the Police online at www.leics.police.uk
To reduce the amount of parking issues outside of the local schools.
Issued: April 2017
What we are doing:From consultation with residents across the beat it has become apparent that there continues to be issues with parking around our schools at both drop off and pick up times. The beat will be focusing their work on educating parents around the issues caused, to try and improve the situation and carrying out enforcement where this is deemed to be necessary. UPDATE: MAY 2017 - WE HAVE GOT A TWO WEEK SCHOOL PARKING INITIATIVE AT THE SCHOOLS ON THE CLARENDON PARK BEAT, BOOKED IN FROM THE 2ND TO THE 11TH MAY 2017 update: JUNE 2017 We had a two week School Parking Initiative at our Schools within the Clarendon Park Beat, this was a huge success with the Schools and we will be looking to continue our close working relationships, repeating the initiative in the new coming term. Issued: May 2017