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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 local police team have received a number of reports regarding youth related anti-social behaviour particularly around the area of the shops on Wordsworth/Browning Road. Reports mention possible drug dealing, abusive language, running through gardens and egg throwing. Over the last 3 months Police have received 62 reports via 101/999.
Police Reference: NL6202
Issued: August 2017
What we are doing:September has seen continued incidents of anti-social behaviour in the area. Officers continue to patrol. We are working closely with our partners in order to deal with the perpetrators. We appreciate that this can take some time, however work is well underway in order to deal with individuals that cause harm to the community. This area continues to be our priority and for good reason. Issued: October 2017
To work with town centre businesses in Loughborough to encourage the reporting of retail crime, which will allow us to identify the most prolific offenders and then take action against those individuals.
Police Reference: NL6201
Issued: June 2017
What we are doing:September was very positive. Through speaking to CCTV operators they had 27 reported shoplifting offences via retail radio. The police had just over 30 reports. This is the first time the swing has been that the Police have more recorded incidents. The reporting that has come through involving our most prolific shoplifters has resulted in a number of prison sentences, with the top three most prolific shoplifters serving a sentence at the same time. This will be of great relief to the businesses in the town centre. Danny Jones was given a Criminal Behaviour Order on his release from prison which bans him from the Town Centre. We will monitor the recording for a further month and if we are still looking at the same figures, this priority is likely to be closed. Issued: October 2017