In it’s December 2018 Newsletter, the local beat team for Enderby, Narborough, Littlethorpe and Fosse Park revealed that during November they dealt with a wide range of different issues including theft, Anti Social Behaviour and many more.
The team also report that they have been in touch with the Brockington College and that there will be talks given at the School across December.
The regular Beat Surgery went ahead at Enderby Community Library on Thursday 19th November when many local issues were discussed. The next surgery (the last for 2018) will take place at the Community Library, Townsend Road, Enderby, between 16:00hrs and 18.00hrs on Tuesday the 18th December.
With regard to Anti-Social Behaviour, the team say they have again been tackling ongoing issues at Fosse Park in relation to ‘cars meets’ / reports of ASB in Asda Car Park. The team say they are working with Asda Management to resolve this on-going problem.
There were also reports of ASB in small pockets in and around Enderby / Narborough and Littlethorpe which in the main has been youths on motorbikes.
Patrols continue to be conducted in Fosse Park and Enderby, Narborough, Littlethorpe Villages and also Lubbesthorpe to tackle the issues of ASB – working with partner agencies at Blaby District Council and Housing Associations.
From the 1st of November 2018 to the 30th of November 2018 the team received 250 calls for the Narborough, Littlethorpe, Enderby, Lubbesthorpe and Fosse Park beat.
Figures in [ ] are the variance from figures reported the previous month:
Serious Acquisitive Crime (SAC)
– Burglaries (dwellings, garages, garden sheds and business)
Enderby 2 [+1]
Narborough 0 [-1]
Littlethorpe 1 [-]
Fosse Park 0 [-]
Lubbesthorpe 0 [-1]
(Theft of/from and criminal damage to motor vehicles)
Enderby 4 [-6]
Narborough 2 [-2]
Littlethorpe 2 [-1]
Fosse Park 1 [-1]
Lubbesthorpe 2 [+2]
Figures from 1st Nov 2018 to 30th of Nov 2018
Variance figures from 1st October 2018 to 31st of October 2018
As usual, anybody can contact CrimeStoppers to anonymously report a crime or suspicious behaviour by visiting the Crimestoppers website – https://crimestoppers-uk.org or calling Tel: 0800 555 111.