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Jewellery Crime in Belgrave, Leicester

On a recent visit to the Belgrave area of Leicester I talked to several people who reported that "chain-snatching" was a serious issue in the area. Youths on motorbikes or bicycles snatch jewellery from women in the street and make off at speed.

The Domestic Abuse Bill

Today the Domestic Abuse Bill is having its second reading in the House of Commons. Given that domestic abuse is one of the most pernicious of crimes, and notoriously difficult to prosecute, I thought I would put down my thoughts as a blog.

I welcome the £10m Taser rollout to our Police

The government is to spend £10m on arming more officers with electric stun guns, as part of the ongoing action by Conservatives to give our police the tools that they need to keep our streets safer. That is good news, and I welcome it.

Retail Crime Survey in Leicester City Centre

My thanks go to Zeena Mistry and the Conservative students in Leicester for helping me distribute a survey to retail businesses in Leicester City Centre. Here is a short video about that survey.

Crime Survey Launched in Quorn & Mountsorrel Castle

A survey asking residents of Quorn and Mountsorrel Castle their opinions on crime and policing in the village has been launched by local councillor Jane Hunt and by Conservative candidate to be Police and Crime Commissioner, Rupert Matthews.

Crime Survey goes out in Wreake Villages

Cllr James Poland talks about the Crime Survey that is going out in Wreake Villages, Charnwood Borough. You can take the Crime Survey on-line by clicking the link above.