Community Safety News & Campaigns

Public Space Protection Order Review

Harborough District Council and the Community Safety Partnership are in the process of extending the current PSPO, which covers anti-social drinking in some areas of Market Harborough and Lutterworth.  The proposed order will be published here shortly.

New Staff

The Community Safety Team at Harborough District Council has a new team member, Kay Aitken.

Police Beat Newsletters

The Police have started to publish local beat newsletters, click here to read about Lutterworth & Broughton Astley, or here to read about Harborough and Harborough North.

Retail Theft

There have been an increase in the number of Police Ops to reduce retail theft within Harborough District, and the Community Safety Partnership have purchased three 'bodycams' for retailers to use to deter shop theft and also to record incidents where personal safety may have been an issue.  So far, they have been used by Palmers in Ullesthorpe and Sainsburys, Mountain Warehouse and B&M Bargains in Market Harborough. 

If you are interested in using one of the cameras within your retail unit, please contact the community safety team.

Facebook and Twitter

We're quite active on social media!  To keep totally up-to-date with local and current campaigns or issues, follow us on facebook or twitter :)

Neighbourhood Link

Have you heard of 'Neighbourhood link'?  This is a community messaging system for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.  The aim of the system is to keep residents informed and up to date with news on appeals, events, crime prevention advice as well as information on local policing matters.  Have a look at their website to find out more.

Parish E-Newsletter

Our May 2019 edition of the Community Safety Partnership quarterly e-newsletter is now available.  This edition contains information on Child Sexual Exploitation, Hate, Heritage Crime, and local crime and community safety issues.  Download the May 2019 Newsletter here.

Archive: May 2018 (PDF), August 2018 (PDF), November 2018 (PDF), February 2019 (PDF)