Contacts for Reporting Crime and Disorder
101 – for non-emergency situations - for example where no immediate police response is required or does not require police attendance at all.
999 - If there is a direct and immediate threat to life / limb or to property Or prompt attendance is required to catch suspects in the act of committing a crime, or have just committed the crime
Your local Police Community Support Officer is:
PCSO 6573 Steve Adams
If you have any questions or queries about criminal activity within Husbands Bosworth, or any suspicious activity or information to report which does not require an immediate police response, PCSO Adams can be contacted by leaving a voicemail - call 101 and when prompted enter ID number 6573 and PCSO Adams will get back to you when on duty.
Your local Police Officers are:
Harborough North – includes Fleckney, Kibworth and Thurnby areas
Sgt 808 Gurpreet Mulley, PC 1524 Steve Winn
Sgt 808 Gurpreet Mulley, PC 1261 Andy Cooper
Harborough and the Bowdens
Sgt 1687 John Weston, PC 2178 Malcolm Roberts, PC 1523 Paul Williams
Broughton Astley and Walton
Sgt 1687 Weston, PC 4480 Michelle Skingsley
Individual officers - If you know the identification (collar) number of a particular officer, you can leave a message. Dial 101 - follow the instructions and when prompted, enter the officer's identification number to leave a message.
Email - If you know who your local police officer is, you can email them with non-urgent enquiries by going to Local Policing section of the website. www.leics.police.uk/contact
Community Safety Team, Environmental Health or to report Flytipping, abandoned vehicles and nuisance dogs to Harborough District Council on 01858 828282 or online www.harborough.gov.uk/communitysafety or via email at email@example.com
0800 555 111 –Crimestoppers - If you have information about crime and want to remain anonymous.
Harborough District Council Safety Partnership have designed this fridge magnet to make reporting anti-social behaviour easier. These can be collected from the Symington Building in Market Harborough.