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Your dedicated neighbourhood team

Sgt Dave Wadsworth

Collar number: 2172

I started work on this beat team in November 2015, prior to that I worked on the Bardon Beat as a Designated Neighbourhood Officer where I developed my skills and contacts in working with partners to solve local problems. Prior to this, I worked in Leicester as a Temporary Sergeant on a Responsive Policing team.

I joined Leicestershire Police in 2006 and have worked in a variety of roles since, including pro-active policing, response policing and more recently I helped set up and develop the Force Mental Health Triage car.

I look forward to working with the rest of the team, to tackle issues which matter most to people and work together with our partners to solve problems.

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PC Jason Underwood

PC Jason Underwood

Collar number: 1760

I joined Leicestershire Police in 1998 starting my police career at Braunstone where I worked for over four years before moving to the North Area. I took up the post of Beat Officer for Kegworth in 2007 and I have remained part of the Safer Neighbourhood Team for the Valley following the policing area changes. I thoroughly enjoy my role working with the other members of the team and our partners agencies, problem solving issues that are presented to us during our ongoing engagement and consultation with the communities we police

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PC Louise Gravenall

Collar number: 4118

I have been employed by Leicestershire Police as a police officer since 1993. During that time I have worked at both city and rural locations throughout the force area. I have also worked as a domestic violence officer at Loughborough Police Station. I am also currently an equality support worker within the force which involves me supporting colleagues.

In my previous roles I have worked closely with partner agencies. I aim to continue this work in order to help resolve issues within the Valley Beat area.

My previous role was as a member of the beat team for Coalvillle Town centre where I worked closely with partner agencies to resolve local issues.

I shall continue to consult with members of the community in an aim to resolve local issues where I can.

Should you have any concerns with regard to issues on the beat then please feel free to come and speak to me.

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PCSO Kevin Bradley

Collar number: 6867

I am Kevin Bradley and have been the Police Community Support Officer for Castle Donington since May 2013.

I believe the success of Neighbourhood Policing requires effective engagement and communication, which in turn will build confidence and feelings of security within the community. Working with respect, understanding and consideration to the structure of the neighbourhood community, as part of the Neighbourhood Team we aim to help tackle anti-social behaviour and minimise its impact on the lives of those effected.

I feel it is important to involve other agencies to help improve and re-generate the community, improve living standards and install confidence within a safe neighbourhood.

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PCSO Nicola Stanhope

Collar number: 6178

I joined Leicestershire Police as a PCSO back in 2008, since then I have been based in Kegworth as part of the Valley Safer Neighbourhood Beat Team. I have recently become the Rural SPOC (single point of contact) on the beat with the intention of reducing rural crime, increasing crime awareness and promoting crime prevention in the rural and farming communities. Along with this, I will be tackling anti-social behaviour, addressing any local concerns and be a visible Police presence.

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