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The Leicester Forest East neighbourhood beat covers a densely populated Leicester suburb made up of both urban and rural housing as it stretches west from the city along the busy A47 towards Kirby Muxloe.

It also covers the rural villages of Kirby Muxloe and Glenfield. The area is largely residential but continues to expand, with a number of new housing developments currently underway.

The national website which provides you with crime statistics for this area can be found at https://leics.police.uk/

Glenwatch is Glenfield's Neighbourhood Watch organisation and the website contains lots of information on crime prevention, incidents reported, monthly police reports etc.

Police Crime Commissioner

What is a police and crime commissioner?

Police and crime commissioners (PCCs) are elected representatives who oversee how crime is tackled in a police force area. Their aim is to cut crime and to ensure the police force is effective.

Elections for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) took place on May 5, 2016.

The new PCC for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is Lord Willy Bach.

Lord Willy Bach took office as the PCC for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland on May 12, 2016.

What do PCCs do?

PCCs work with the police and other partners to cut crime, give the public a voice at the highest level, and hold forces to account and help restore trust. Your PCC will do this by:

  • being directly accountable to the scrutiny of the public
  • having the democratic mandate to respond to local people's concerns
  • setting local force's policing priorities and force budget
  • working with local partners to prevent crime
  • holding their Chief Constable to account for the performance of the force
  • appointing, and where necessary dismissing, the Chief Constable

Contact details:

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire
Leicestershire Police
Force Headquarters
St Johns, Enderby
Leicester, LE19 2BX

T: 0116 229 8980
E: police.commissioner@leics.pcc.pnn.gov.uk
M:
07847 359130 (for text enquiries 9am-5pm only)

Click here to link to the PCC website