Your Dedicated Neighbourhood Team (DNT) is a group of local police officers dedicated to serving your community. The team is made up of officers based in your area, supported by additional officers from the wider area.
We work closely with local authorities, community leaders and residents to decide our policing priorities for the area. This helps us to find useful, long-term solutions to local problems, while maintaining our wider focus on reducing crime across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
You have told us that Road Safety is a priority, this includes things like Speeding, Insurance, MOT and driving offences.
Issued 23 January 2021
We will be conducting patrols, speeding checks and dealing with road safety matters across the beat. We will update you via our social media and newsletters on a monthly basis.
We continue to conduct checks and operations with partners.
Actioned 04 October 2021
You have told us that Anti-Social behaviour causes you concern. This can be things like excessive noise, parties, smoking drugs and more. We will be working with partners to ensure we can tackle these issues and prevent them occurring again.
Issued 06 January 2021
We will be conducting patrols in ‘hot spot’ areas. Its important that all reports are sent to us so we can address our patrol plans and make them as accurate as possible. We record all ASB on our shared system with Harborough District Council and together we will do what we can to reduce problems and provide you with the satisfaction.
We continue to encourage you to report concerns and locations to us, we need this information to conduct more targeted patrols.
Actioned 06 October 2021
You told us that you were concerned about vehicle crime. This can be theft of motor vehicles or theft from motor vehicles, this also includes theft of tools from vans and theft of catalytic convertors.
Issued 07 January 2021
We conduct regular patrols of the areas where offences have occurred, we also use covert and overt tactics to target offences and this has already resulted in arrested and recovery of property. We will continue to do this going forward, particularly into the winter months when nights are darker.