Nuisance and anti-social behaviour news

Bollards installed at rec to improve security

Published on Friday 7 June 2019

Extra security measures have been introduced at a popular recreation ground to reduce anti-social behaviour.

  • ‘Respect and tolerate’ as nights get lighter

    Published on Wednesday 3 April 2019

    Residents enjoying the lighter nights since the clocks went forward, are being urged to be mindful of their actions in an effort to combat anti-social behaviour, especially during the Easter holidays.

  • CCTV coverage boost to improve community safety

    Published on Wednesday 6 March 2019

    More closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras are to be installed in Harborough district, alongside support being offered to villages which want to install their own.

  • ‘Keep safe places’ for those feeling vulnerable

    Published on Thursday 6 December 2018

    With stores getting increasingly busy with Christmas approaching, shoppers are reminded that ‘keep safe places’ are available.

  • Celebrate safely this festive season

    Published on Wednesday 28 November 2018

    Have fun this Christmas, but drink sensibly, drive carefully, keep you and your property safe, and look out for your friends.

  • Fly Tipper Fined

    Published on Friday 28 September 2018

    Harborough District Council’s Tip Off campaign to tackle fly-tipping continues, with another successful prosecution of a serious case.

  • Community Safety takes to the streets

    Published on Thursday 20 September 2018

    Community Safety representatives will take part in a ‘patch walk’ to meet those working together to improve community safety across the district.

  • New CCTV camera provides extra security

    Published on Tuesday 15 May 2018

    A new closed circuit television camera has been installed at a key location in the district providing extra safety and security.

  • Ask for Angela - if you feel unsafe

    Published on Wednesday 14 February 2018

    A campaign enabling people who might feel uneasy on a date in pubs and clubs to discreetly approach staff and request assistance is being rolled out.

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    Leader urges support for rural policing

    Published on Friday 19 January 2018

    Calls for greater protection against rural crime and increased police visibility in rural areas have been made by the Leader of the District Council.

  • Safer Summer video urges people to consider their actions

    Published on Friday 11 August 2017

    As part of this year’s Safer Summer campaign a video has been launched to remind people to respect and tolerate those around them.

  • Safer Summer Day – 4 August 2017

    Published on Wednesday 19 July 2017

    Having a ‘safer summer’ is the aim of a day of activities being held in the Harborough district.

  • Noise Action Week 2017 – 22-27 May 2017

    Published on Thursday 25 May 2017

    A week-long campaign is helping raise awareness of noise issues, and what can be done to reduce nuisance noise, in neighbourhoods.

  • Tackling anti-social behaviour this Spring

    Published on Wednesday 29 March 2017

    With the clocks going forward and the nights getting lighter, we would like to ask residents to think about those living around them whilst having fun and enjoying the great outdoors.

  • Chief Constable offers reassurance over town burglaries

    Published on Monday 26 September 2016

    The Chief Constable for Leicestershire has given reassurance to businesses in the Harborough district that a recent spike in thefts is being addressed.

  • Public screenings of Kayleigh’s Love Story

    Published on Thursday 1 September 2016

    Public screenings of a film about how a Leicestershire teenager was groomed, raped and murdered last year are to be held in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland during the next four weeks.

  • New crime prevention and safety advice stall at market

    Published on Tuesday 5 January 2016

    Useful advice on community safety and crime prevention will soon be available at Harborough market.

  • Have a ‘cuppa with a copper’ during safer summer campaign

    Published on Thursday 2 July 2015

    There will be an opportunity to have a ‘cuppa with a copper’ as the annual campaign begins to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable summer.

  • Agencies unite to prevent child exploitation

    Published on Wednesday 18 March 2015

    Councils, police, the NHS and safeguarding boards across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are joining forces to back the first ever national child sexual exploitation awareness day.