Local Beat Surgeries
Local Beat Police Surgeries May 2021
This is a good opportunity to meet your local Beat Team and to discuss any concerns that you may have about local policy and the community.
The Beat Surgery is taking place at the following locations and date:
Wednesday 26th MAY 2021
Lutterworth Leisure Centre 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Broughton Astley Leisure Centre 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Jay Bellamy 6056
Police Community Support Officer
Lutterworth NA40 Beat
Market Harborough Police Station
BROUGHTON ASTLEY BEAT TEAM
PC 4480 Michelle Skingsley
Details of your local Police Team and how to contact them.
PCSO Courtnie Ayres email@example.com
Getting in touch
You can contact your Neighbourhood Beat Team by emailing them directly or at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-emergency Crime and Incidents can be reported by logging onto www.leics.police.uk
Crime and incidents in progress can be reported on the emergency number 999.
Your Dedicated Neighbourhood Officer is: PC 4480 Michelle Skingsley
Your new PCSO is Courtnie Ayres :
To contact your neighbourhood officers by telephone, call Leicestershire Police on 101 and then leave a message for an officer by selecting option 2 and entering the appropriate collar number. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, which is free from a landline and anonymous.
To keep you updated of who your beat teams are and their contact details.
For the Broughton Astley area:
PC 4480 email@example.com
Your new PCSO is Courtnie Ayres firstname.lastname@example.org
For the Lutterworth area
Sergeant 26 email@example.com
PCSO 6056 firstname.lastname@example.org
PC 2178 email@example.com
PC 2192 firstname.lastname@example.org
PC 2872 email@example.com
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you would like a visit or if you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss with us directly, email is best, leaving a phone number and a convenient time for us to call you.
With very kind regards
The beat team
To find out more about reported crime in your area please use the Crime Map.
Leicestershire Police Newsletters and Information
Police Newsletter March 2021 (PDF, 420 Kb)
Police Newsletter March 2021
Lutterworth Police Newsletter (PDF, 478 Kb)
Issue 2: 28.02.2019
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Issue 24: February 2021
Latest news updates
Lutterworth and Broughton Astley
Lutterworth and Broughton Astley
It was a busy start to 2021 with an unusually high number of vehicle related incidents occurring in Broughton Astley, Lutterworth and the surrounding villages. As well as vehicles being stolen, there were a number of thefts of registration plates and catalytic converters. Thieves simply cut the catalytic converter from the exhaust pipe of a parked car and sell them on to scrap metal dealers.
We are doing all we can to find those responsible for these offences and have increased visibility through additional patrols. You can help us by reporting any suspicious behaviour. Please be assured that we will take your call seriously and what you see may be invaluable and help us prevent and detect crime.
We are advising drivers to follow the following crime prevention advice to help protect their vehicles from theft of catalytic converter.
• Keep your vehicle parked in a garage if possible.
• Park close to fences, walls or a kerb with the exhaust being closest to these.
• Consider CCTV/ PIR security systems or lighting where you park your vehicle.
• If your catalytic converter is bolted on, consider having the bolts welded.
• Fit protective coverings on catalytic converters, such as the Toyota CATLOC.
• Have your catalytic converter etched or forensically marked and put stickers in the
• windscreen to say this has been done.
• Car parks with a Secured Car Park sign have recognised levels of security.
• Noisy gravel on your drive can help deter a would-be thief.
For more crime prevention advice, please visit the website at www.leics.police.uk
Throughout January, officers have recovered several vehicles in Lutterworth and Broughton Astley
for not having insurance, tax or a valid MOT. We have also recovered vehicles that were on cloned plates.
In line with government advice around Covid-19, we have postponed our community consultations and beat meetings. Our officers will continue to be active in your community. We will re-arrange events as soon as we can. Remember you can always report crime :
online via www.leics.police.uk/report-online
A great way of keeping in touch with us is through Neighbourhood Link where you will receive updates from the Lutterworth and Broughton Astley Beat Team. For more information or to sign up, please visit www.neighbourhoodlink.co.uk.
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Speed Camera Vans
To help with our beat priorities, we are supported by the Road Safety Partnership. The Road Safety Partnership give local teams a summary of their activities. The sites visited in December were as following and including offences reported:
A4304 High Street, Husbands Bosworth :Total Offences: 0
A4304 Kilworth Road, Husbands Bosworth : Total Offences: 0
A4304 Lubbenham Hill, Market Harborough: Total Offences: 7
A4304 Lubenham Village (2 visits) : 24
B581 Broughton Way, Broughton Astley : Total Offences: 7
B581 Station Road, Broughton Astley : Total Offences: 10
You can report speeding concerns on the Road Safety Partnerships website: https://www.speedorsafety.com/
Lutterworth officers were called to investigate a burglary and the theft of a car. Due to the beat team's excel-lent community relations, we were able to be in the right place at the right time.
Unfortunately, the suspect didn't want to stop for police. He rammed into the police vehicle. Fortunately no one was hurt.
He was caught a short time later and arrested. During the investigation, the male was charged with driving whilst disqualified, driving over the limit and a taking without consent (TWOC) offence. The male has faced the courts and has been remanded into custody.
Picture; the abandoned and damaged vehicle after ramming a marked police car.
In December 2020, PCSO 6569 Peter Wilson retired having worked for 24 years since 1996. He started his career working as a traffic warden and then went on to be a Police Community Support Officer. His contribution and dedication will always be a prime example for others and we will miss him.
POLICE NEWSLETTER - JANUARY 2021 (PDF, 1.2 Mb)
Copy of Police newsletter - January 2021
- Reported Crimes