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Village Incident – Ryhall & Belmesthorpe

A catalytic converter was removed from a car parked in Main Street, Belmesthorpe, early this week, most probably during the night of Monday 17th January.
A number of similar incidents were reported in Ryhall.  Police have been notified.
This follows a spate of such thefts in Leicestershire over the winter months.
Drivers are reminded of the need to take extra precautions when leaving cars parked in accessible areas.  Thefts have taken place in broad daylight, as well as overnight, and are completed in a matter of minutes.  Low emission Japanese cars are a favourite target. The cost of replacements is high and can reach four figures.
Police advise parking cars off road or in areas with adequate lighting. The use of CCTV cameras and other security devices is also recommended. And, of course, we are asked to keep a watch over neighbours’ cars and to report anything suspicious immediately.

Survey Request from The Police and Crime Commissioner

Budget Survey – 2022-2023

As Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland I am determined to provide an efficient and effective police service to you, the public.  That means that I am responsible for setting the annual budget for Leicestershire Police so that the Chief Constable has adequate resources in order to meet the demands and expectations of the public.

It is vital that I set a budget that will give Leicestershire Police the resources they need to implement the Police and Crime Plan which was written in consultation with you, the public. I want to ensure that the residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are listened to and those matters which are considered important to you are reflected in the way we police in the future.

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