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CRIME AND SAFETY

Following recent episodes within the Parish and concerns raised to the Parish Council, the local Police Sergeant attended the January Parish Council meeting and provided invaluable advices and recommendations for a safer community in which the residents of Thurlaston can, indeed, help themselves and create a safer environment.

Neighbourhood Watch

We've all heard of the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme but there is currently not one operational within Thurlaston. More »

All the resources and support required to set up a fully operational and recognised Scheme are available via the neighbourhood Watch website - www.ourwatch.org.uk should members of the community wish to progress this, please let the Parish Council know who will also offer support where possible.

Neighbourhood Link

This is also a scheme to improve communication directly from the Leicestershire Police to residents within the local area and neighbouring villages to where you are resident.

You receive the latest news, updates and events direct from the Police. Enabling you to keep up to date about policing issues in YOUR community, get the latest crime reduction and community safety advice and respond directly to YOUR Neighbourhood Policing Team.

It is FREE to register and receive messages as well as being a confidential and secure service

www.neighbourhoodlink.co.uk

Rural Watch

Rural Watch is a free scheme set up to support communities in the fight against rural crime.

If you live, work or visit rural communities you are the eyes and ears. Together with the Police you can actively take steps to prevent crime, report suspicious incidents and provide education and reassurance on the issues that matter the most to rural communities.

To find out more: www.leics.police.uk/ruralwatch » Less

Posted: Sat, 18 Jan 2020 16:07 by Elaine Foxon

On Behalf of LCC

THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

(A47 FROM LEICESTER FOREST EAST IN THE DISTRICT OF BLABY TO EARL SHILTON IN THE BOROUGH OF HINCKLEY AND BOSWORTH) (IMPOSITION OF 40MPH AND 50MPH SPEED LIMITS) ORDER 202

Public Notice is to be given on Friday 10th January 2020 of the County Council's intention to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to introduce the above-mentioned Order. More »

I enclose a copy of the Notice and a map showing the roads referred to therein, together with a Statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Order. I should be pleased if you would make the documents available for public inspection on the Parish Notice Board from Friday 10th January 2020, until Friday 31st January 2020.

Regards,

J Moore

Jane Moore (Mrs)

Paralegal (Environment & Property) » Less

Posted: Sun, 12 Jan 2020 13:38 by Elaine Foxon

Blaby CSP Strategy Consultation

The Blaby, Hinckley & Bosworth Community Safety Partnership is a range of agencies who work together to make Blaby, Hinckley and Bosworth a safer place to live, work and visit. The Community Safety Partnership is consulting with residents via a questionnaire to find out what residents think are the most important crimes and antisocial behaviour for them to tackle.

Resident's views, alongside actual crime and disorder data, will help to determine priorities for the partnership for the next year. The results of this survey will also be used to inform the Crime and Community Safety Priorities for the area for the next three years, 2020-2023. More »

Councillor Les Phillimore, Joint Chair of the Blaby and Hinckley and Bosworth Community Safety Partnership said "To ensure that we are addressing the issues of most concern in our area, we are keen to hear from our residents and businesses about what matters to them. The more we know, the better we can allocate and target our plans and resources so I would encourage everyone to complete the survey"

Residents can get involved by completing the survey on line at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CSPstrategyconsultation201920 or by requesting a paper copy.

The consultation goes live from 6th January 2020 and closes on February 3rd 2020.

Paper copies will be available from the council offices or can be requested from Community Services on 0116 2727725. » Less

Posted: Tue, 07 Jan 2020 13:35 by Elaine Foxon