Updated Jun 27th
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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:
The community on Bush Road Kibworth are suffering anti social behaviour from two identified addresses, the occupants and the visitors to those.
It is believed that the issues are escalated by alcohol and controlled substances.
The policing team is looking at working with partner agencies to bring this matter to a conclusion and these include Orbit Housing, Harborough District Council and the councillors or Kibworth Harcourt and Beauchamp.
As well as looking at crime and anti social behaviour offences and solutions we are also exploring working to manage vulnerability.
We are aware of the community feelings towards the issues and want to reassure all parties that we are doing everything we can to bring this to a quick resolution.
Issued: July 2018
What we are doing:We are continuing to work with partner agencies to resolve this matter. Positive action has been taken and suspects have been arrested and a case is being prepared for the Crown Prosecution Service to review and offer charging advice. We will also be applying for restriction if we are successful with a charging decision. The Housing providers have completed visits to suspect parties and firm advice has been offered to inform them of the next steps if disruption is caused to neighbours. They are in a position to take positive action once the situation allows which again is a positive step and places controls around the problem behaviour. We have seen a reduction in reported issued since the above actions have been taken which is the overall aim of our objective. Issued: July 2018
During the World Cup we will be looking to provide a safe and enjoyable platform for those visiting the licensed premises of the Pubs and Clubs in the villages of the beat area. Officers will be visiting premises to ensure the bar staff and management are aware of their responsibilities and looking to establish if there are any security measures in place such as door staff and the opening hours around kick off times.
We aim to provide a safe environment for those wishing to enjoy the event
Issued: July 2018
What we are doing:During the course of the World Cup we have been visiting a number of a licensed premises and ensuring they are aware of the licensing principles and their obligations to provide and safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all to enjoy. To date we have not suffered any issues in any of our venues and all of the inspections we have completed have resulted in staff who are aware of what is expected of them.