Community Safety campaigns
Whether you’re celebrating Eid, Diwali or Navratri; dressing up for Halloween; enjoying fireworks on Bonfire Night; or celebrating Christmas and New Year our top tips and advice will help ensure the safety of you, your family and friends as well as your home and belongings. The campaign takes place across Leicester and Leicestershire and you can find out more about Celebrate Safely online.
Halloween trick or treat posters
Download our Halloween trick or treat posters (PDF, 784KB) and place on your window or door on the day to let people know whether or not you want to participate in the festivities. You can also pick up a poster from the concierge at The Symington Building or visit the Community Safety team at Harborough Market, in Market Harborough, on the 27 October.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week
14 to 21 October 2017
National Hate Crime Awareness Week aims to bring people together to stand with those affected by hate crimes and provide support to those that need it.
The Community Safety Partnership will be running a week long Twitter and Facebook campaign promoting the ways people can report incidents and helping to increase confidence in challenging hate. The team will also be visiting Harborough Market, in Market Harborough, to provide advice and guidance on the 29 September and 27 October.