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Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
There is an increase in Anti Social Behaviour/ criminal damage in the Mere Lane/Ullesthorpe area involving the throwing of rocks into the road causing damage to vehicles.
Issued: December 2017
What we are doing:The incidents are sporadic with no pattern. Mostly occurring at night with no identified offenders. We have increased dedicated high profile patrols in the relevant areas, but damage has continued. Concerns from the local community in Lutterworth continue to highlight problems with objects being thrown by unknown persons hiding behind bushes near to the junction of Mere Lane and Ullesthorpe Rd. We continue to work with residents from Ullesthorpe, Claybrooke Parva and Mere Lane travellers site. By working with other agencies including the local council and the education department we are working to stop the damage. This work is ongoing and we are continuing to work with all communities to solve issues where we can. If you have any concerns please contact your local Neighbourhood team via the Emails provided on this page. This priority will remain open to allow ongoing management of the issue. Issued: December 2017
Since the middle of July there has been an increase in Domestic Burglaries in the Lutterworth area and surrounding villages. This is historically due to the holiday season. It is always upsetting to be burgled at anytime but even more so whilst away on holiday, and may be a number of days before you can return home to sort matters out.
Issued: August 2017
What we are doing:We will provide an increase in uniform and plain clothes patrols in the area to help deter and catch criminals. Did you know that 40% of burglaries are via unlocked doors and windows? If you require crime prevention advice please contact your local beat police officer, Andy Cooper at [email protected] We have continued patrols in the area and looking at further options to reduce the burglary issue in the area Issued: September 2017