Crime for LE8 6YP
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Hallam Crescent East
Please only send mail here if it relates to North or South Braunstone beats or Blaby LPU
Monday - Friday
10am - 2pm, 2.45pm - 6pm
- Telephone: 101
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood policing team
- PCSO Ben Crossley
- "I am PCSO Ben Crossley and I joined Leicestershire Police in July 2008 where I have been working on the Glenfield beat. I work from the police office which is based on Ellis Park in Glenfield, so if you have any issues or just want a chat please pop in and say hello. I am here to show high visibility policing and look forward to meeting with local residents whilst I am out and about on my beat either on foot or on my bike"
- Sgt Matt Turner
- I became a Police Officer with Leicestershire Police in 2001 working from Hinckley local policing unit mainly on response policing. In 2008 I moved to Blaby local policing unit where I became one of the neighbourhood officers on the Glenfield beat. I thoroughly enjoyed the neighbourhood role and it was great to have an opportunity to work closely with the Parish Council, Community Volunteers and other partner agencies. In 2010 I took up a response sergeant’s role at Charnwood local policing unit and have recently returned to Blaby where I am pleased to become part of the Fosse Villages neighbourhood team and look forward to the challenges that this new role will bring me.
- PC Rob Weston
- I began my career with Leicestershire Police in 2001 working as a general duty officer at Hinckley. I have worked in various roles at Market Bosworth, Force Headquarters, Blaby & Braunstone Police Station. In 2010, I became the sole beat officer for the Fosse Villages area. I am thoroughly looking forward to working as part of the Blaby Safer Neighbourhood Team. I will engage with the community and make myself as accessible and approachable as possible. I look forward to tackling issues that affect the quality of day-to-day life within the community, including taking positive action against those who commit crime.
- PC Kirti Chauhan
- I joined Leicestershire Police in 2009 where I initially worked on the south of the county as a response officer. In January 2012 I was delighted to join the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby neighbourhood team as one of the principle beat officers for the area. I look forward to meeting and working with local residents and partner agencies to tackle the issues that matter to you. I aim to provide a highly visible and approachable presence while patrolling the local area and take an active role in deterring and tackling crime.
- PCSO Amy Stokes
- I have recently joined Leicestershire Police as a Police Community Support Officer covering Whetstone, Blaby, Glen Parva and Cosby. I am looking forward to the challenges that I will come across whilst out on my beat. I am keen to engage with the local community and work together with partner agencies to combat any issues in the area, whilst providing a high level of service at all times.
- PCSO Thomas Sharpe
- "I am the local PCSO for the Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby beat. My aim is to reassure the public by carrying out high visibility patrols. If you see me out and about don't be afraid to come and have a chat. "I have been working for Leicestershire Police since September 2008 and have made a lot of friends within the local communities. I am currently tackling local issues with my colleagues, PC 845 Nick Taylor, PC 4214 Kirti Chauhan and PCSO 6588 Amy Stokes."
- PC Michael Brown
- I have been a Police Officer since 2004 and have worked from both Hinckley and Blaby stations as a Local Police Officer. I look forward to addressing the issues that matter to residents in the area and tackiling criminality.
- PC Fiona McGrady
- I started my career within the Leicestershire Police in 2004 as a Police Constable. My first posting was at Blaby Local Policing Unit and since that time I have also worked at Hinckley before returning to the Blaby area in various roles after having my two children. I am now part of the Blaby Safer Neighbourhood Team. I consider myself to be very approachable and I'm looking forward to meeting the local community and working with them to deal with the issues that affect them the most in a positive and respectable manner. I shall endeavour to be visible and patrol the area as much as possible to help tackle local crime and other neighbourhood issues.
- PC Aaron Biggs
- I have been a Police Officer since January 2004 working in several different roles, which have included, front line 999 response, Neighbourhood Action team and CID. I will listen to the local issues which cause residents concern and attempt to address them through positive action. I aim to provide a highly visible and approachable presence while patrolling the local area and I look forward to the challenge ahead. Feel free to stop me for a chat and raise any problems or ideas that you may have.
- PC Emma Hayden
- I joined Leicestershire Constabulary in 2009, in that time I have worked as a uniformed response officer covering the Blaby District area and have spent some time as the Principal Beat Officer for Glenfield. I look forward to working within the community and addressing the issues which are important to the residents. I am keen to provide a reassuring and highly visible police presence and will be taking a proactive approach to tackling criminal activity within the area.
About this neighbourhood
This neighbourhood beat covers the villages of Blaby, Whetstone, Glen Parva and Cosby.
The area is largely residential and includes a number of educational and licensed premises, as well as a busy town centre.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Leicestershire Police.