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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:
Motor bikes are riding illegally on land off Forest Road, Huncote namely on the quarry site next to the leisure centre. The motor bikes are causing a nuisance to local residents, due to the danger of them using bridal ways and the noise that they make.
The Quarry and Leisure Centre do not allow the use of their land for these types of activities and are working with police to address the issue.
Issued: April 2016
What we are doing:We are planning consultation event with local residents to identify the level of the issue. Working in partnership with Blaby District Council Enviromental Health team, The Pavillion and the Quarry. Warnings have been given to some identified users, which in the short term has seen a reduction in incidents. Meeting has been held with partners and Parish Council reps. Signage has been placed to assist police with addressing the issue and also advising riders not to use the location. Police continue to tackle identified users. Issued: January 2017
Working with the local partners and community to manage the flow of traffic through the village of Sapcote especially along the B4114.
The Neighbourhood Policing Team will be looking to address the speed of vehicles and reduce the Road Traffic Collisions along this busy stretch of road through the BlabyDistrict Area.
Issued: April 2016
What we are doing:Working with established Community Groups, District and County Council department, Volunteers In Policing and the Neighbourhood Policing Team put a long term plan together to address these identified issues. Neighbourhood team are liaising with Local group addressing the issue to offer support where appropriate. Issued: January 2017