Glenwatch - Glenfield Neighbourhood Watch

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Below are the Glenfield beat team officers:

PS 1830 Mark Spence

PC 4258 Dave Gilbody

PCSO 6009 Jack Darby

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101 is the number to call when you want to contact your local police - when it's less urgent than 999. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.You can also telephone 0116 2222222 and follow the instructions. You can report an incident directly on the Leicestershire Police's website by clicking

What you can report using 101

Call 101 to contact the police to report less urgent crime and disorder or to speak to your local officers. For example, call 101:

  • if your car has been stolen
  • if your property has been damaged
  • if you suspect drug use or dealing in your local area
  • to report a minor traffic accident
  • to give the police information about crime in your area
  • to speak to the police about a general enquiry

When you should use 999 instead

In an emergency always call 999.

You should call 999 if:

  • a crime is in progress
  • someone suspected of a crime is nearby
  • there is danger to life
  • violence is being used or threatened

If you call 101 but are reporting an emergency, you will be directed to the 999 service.

Crimestoppers which is anonymous is on 0800 555111 and to report Anti Social Behaviour call 0116 272 7677.

Why not come along to a Glenwatch meeting, these are held every three months at the Council Offices, Park House, Stamford Street. The meeting starts at 7.15pm and usually lasts about an hour.

One of our local Police Beat Team will be attending the meeting to give a police report and advise on current incidents.

Due to the Coronavirus, the meetings have currently been suspended.

Leicestershire Police is supporting a new website that aims to quickly answer non-emergency questions and free up staff to concentrate on urgent and more complicated calls.The ‘Ask The Police’ website, which is also available as an app for smart phones, holds answers to around 750 questions, on the subject of things such as stray dogs and noisy neighbours, that the police are most frequently asked by the public through 101 or 999. The website is part of a national initiative that will assist the public to find solutions to everyday problems that can affect the quality of their lives.

The service is an easy-to-navigate website which is bespoke to Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and offers a range of answers and useful contacts. The website, which is free to use, will release precious time in police call centres and police stations – enabling staff to concentrate on urgent and more complicated calls from the public.

Glenfield is policed by a Safer Neighbourhood Team that consist of a Sergeant, a Beacon officer, PC’s and PCSO’s covering Glenfield, Leicester Forest East and Kirby Muxloe.


© M W Salisbury for April 2010