Missing man Simeon Dolan found safe and well

Leicestershire Police News Feed - 9 hours 41 min ago

A 48-year-old man who was reported missing has been found safe and well this afternoon (Tuesday).

Simeon Dolan had last been seen leaving the Osborne Building of the Leicester Royal Infirmary yesterday.

Simeon, who is from Melton Mowbray, was located safe and well in Leicester city centre.

Officers investigating his disappearance would like to thank everyone who shared our appeal.

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Nine arrested as part of Operation Viceroy

Leicestershire Police News Feed - 11 hours 50 min ago

Leicestershire Police have arrested nine people as part of a four-day enforcement campaign to tackle knife crime in Charnwood.

Op Viceroy ran from Friday 13 June to Sunday 16 June across Loughborough and the surrounding area as part of ongoing enforcement work.

Among those arrested was 21-year-old Jason Mumford of Mellerstain Walk in Leicester who was charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply. Officers discovered what’s believed to be heroin and cocaine in a vehicle following a stop and search in Mountsorrel.

He has been remanded into custody until Monday 16 July when he will appear at Leicester Crown Court.

A 56-year-old man, 17-year-old male, and 30 year-old woman were also arrested from an address in Knightthorpe Road, Loughborough, in connection with an earlier theft from a property in the town.

Officers also confiscated a large hunting knife at the same address.
All three have been released under investigation.

A further three were arrested for being wanted on warrant and have now been released. Another was arrested for store theft and one other for affray. They have also been released under investigation.

Sergeant Glen Iceton, knife crime coordinator and tactical lead for stop and search, said: “This was a successful campaign. Our aim is to tackle the use of knives and other associated crimes and led to nine arrests.

“We have managed to take a large quantity of drugs off the streets and are carrying out a number of other important investigations.”

Chief Constable Simon Cole added: “It’s great that Operation Viceroy is keeping up the pressure on offenders all over the county.”

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Missing Chloe Price found

Leicestershire Police News Feed - 14 hours 19 min ago

A 21-year-old woman from Leicester who was reported missing has been found safe and well.

Chloe Price was reported missing in the early hours of Saturday (16 June) morning.

Officers would like to thank members of the public for sharing the appeal and coming forward with information.

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Officers investigating theft of credit card would like to speak to this man

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 15:34

Do you recognise this man?

Officers would like to speak to him in connection with the theft of a credit card which has since been used to withdraw cash.

A wallet was dropped in the area of Avon Road, Leicester, on Wednesday 25 April. A credit card which was in the wallet was then used to withdraw cash in London Road, Leicester, on the same day.

Police believe the man pictured may have information which could help with enquiries.

If you are the man, or recognise who he is, contact 101 quoting incident 18000198899.

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Charity boxes stolen in burglary at Oakham store

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 14:52

A number of charity boxes, cigarettes and bottles of alcohol were stolen during a break in at an Oakham store.

Officers were called to the incident in Ashwell Road, between the junctions of Burley Road and Queen’s Road, at around 2.36am on Sunday (17 June).

The door of the shop had been forced open and items stolen. No-one was in the store at the time of the incident.

It is also believed an attempted break in had happened at another shop in the street on the same night due to damage at the property. No entry was gained to this store and no items were stolen.

Enquiries are ongoing.

Police Constable Hayley Stokes said: “This incident happened in the early hours of the morning but we believe there were a number of people in the area who may have seen or heard something.

“If you have any information at all in relation to the incident, no matter how insignificant it may seem, then please get in touch.

“We would also ask anyone who has any CCTV in the area, or anyone who was driving in the area and has dashcam footage, to check this as they may hold vital evidence.”

Anyone with any information is asked to call 101 quoting incident 18000279055.

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Driver sentenced after admitting involvement in fatal motorway collision

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 14:38

A 27-year-old man has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty following the death of a man in a collision on the M69 in October 2017.

Ashley Wilkes, of Springfield Road, Wolverhampton, appeared at Leicester Crown Court today (Monday 18 June), where he admitted charges of causing death by dangerous driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

He was given a two years prison sentence for the death by dangerous driving offence and one year prison sentence for the serious injury by dangerous driving offence, to run concurrently. He also received a six year driving disqualification and will need pass a re-test after his disqualification finishes.

The collision happened at around 10am on Tuesday 10 October, on the northbound carriageway of the M69, between junctions 1 for the A5 at Hinckley, and junction 2 for Sapcote.

Two vehicles were involved in the incident, a breakdown recovery truck and a Transit van.

The driver of the recovery vehicle, 42-year-old Christopher Hadland, of Leicester, was pronounced dead at the scene.

A passenger in the recovery vehicle, a woman in her 20s, sustained significant injuries and was treated at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire.

Wilkes, who had been driving the Transit van, was seriously injured in the collision and spent several weeks recovering in hospital.

Detective Constable Alison Briance, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “This was a horrific collision which resulted in the death of a man.

“Mr Hadland was carrying out his job as a recovery service engineer, as he would do on any other day, when the collision took place. This incident serves as a reminder to drivers that motorways are fast and dynamic roads that need drivers to remain vigilant when using them.

“I am pleased that Wilkes has pleaded guilty today and spared Christopher’s family and also the injured victim from hearing the details of the collision in court.”

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Officers hope to inspire youngsters to follow in their footsteps

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 14:05

Officers from Leicestershire Police are hoping to inspire youngsters to consider jobs in the emergency services.

A group of pupils aged between eight and 11 from Warren Hills Community Primary School in the town will be visiting officers at Coalville Police Station as part of a special day on June 27 designed to give them a glimpse into the world of work and show them the person behind the badge.

Officers will talk about the types of incidents they deal with, how they aim to keep people safe and build relationships with the community, as well as how they work with other emergency service teams.

Pupils will also visit Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service who share the same premises in Broad Street.

In addition, they will visit Conkers outdoor play area in the afternoon accompanied by a small number of officers to take part in a host of team building exercises to reflect how the emergency services often work hand in hand with one another.

Mark Burrows, a teacher at Warren Hills Primary, has helped organise the day.

He said: “We’re incredibly grateful to the police for helping us to raise the aspirations of pupils and give them an insight into how the emergency services work. Around 12 pupils will be taking part in this particular visit and I know they are really looking forward to it.

“At Warren Hills we aim to nurture pupils and part of that is ensuring they are part of the local community.”

Inspector Richard Jackson, from North West Leicestershire Neighbourhood Policing Area, said: “Days like this enable us to show young people just how hard we work alongside other emergency services and build important relationships with them for the future. It would be fantastic if we could inspire some of them to follow in our footsteps along the way.”

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DNA hit leads to a burglary conviction

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 13:45

DNA left at the scene of a burglary has resulted in a Leicester man pleading guilty to two offences.

Jeffrey Allardyce, 46, of no fixed address, appeared at Leicester Crown Court today (Monday 18 June) and was convicted of burglary dwelling with intent to steal and burglary dwelling with theft.

He is due to be sentenced on Monday 25 June.

The first offence took place on Sunday 11 February when Allardyce attempted to break into a property in Clarendon Street, Leicester, while the occupant was asleep in bed.

DNA left at the scene on a metal rod led officers to identifying Allardyce as the offender.

The second incident took place on Friday 27 April, Allardyce was captured on CCTV climbing a ladder to a flat in Oxford Street and stealing two bottles of aftershave and cigarettes.

A CCTV image of the suspect was circulated within the force and a local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) was able to identify Allardyce as the offender.

DC Helen Roberts was the investigating officer for one of the offences. She said: “Allardyce is a prolific burglar and opportunist thief. The evidence against him was overwhelming and we are pleased that he has admitted to his part in the offences.

“The impact of burglary isn't just financial; it can also have a significant impact on your emotional well-being and sense of security. Even if nothing has been stolen, the thought of a stranger being in your home can be very distressing and feel like a violation of your security.

“We take these reports extremely seriously and will put those found to be involved in such crimes before the courts.”

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Teams provide help and support during crackdown on antisocial behaviour in Leicester

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 08:50

Sixteen people were arrested and a further 15 were issued with dispersal orders as part of a crackdown on antisocial behaviour in Leicester city centre.

The operation, which was led by Leicestershire Police in partnership with a number of other agencies, also resulted in 17 people being referred to specialist homelessness and drug addiction services.

Operation Young saw teams engage with city centre communities and businesses before officers were deployed across the city centre to address antisocial behaviour and street lifestyle incidents over a four-day period.

Officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) are able to issue dispersal orders to anyone engaging in antisocial behaviour, crime and disorder. Dispersal orders can be issued not only when incidents have occurred or are occurring, but when they are likely to occur and in any locality.

Of the 16 arrests:

  • Five were for recall to prison
  • Five were for those wanted on warrant
  • Two were for possession of drugs with intent to supply
  • Two were for breach of Section 35 disposal orders
  • One for obstructing a police officer
  • One for going equipped for theft

Officers also issued 13 begging warnings and carried out seven stop and searches.

Alcohol was also seized from four people, while a knife was recovered and person who had been reported missing was found.

The teams also made one medical intervention for someone who had taken a drug overdose during Op Young, which ran from 6 to 10 June.

Inspector Manjit Atwal, NPA Commander for Central Leicester, said: “This was an operation that took place over a number of days and which not only saw our teams tackle antisocial behaviour, but provide those in need of support from other agencies with the help they need.

“I’d like to thank our partner agencies for their help and assistance during Operation Young.

“My team were assisted by partners from Leicester City Council’s community safety, housing and outreach teams as well as Mayfield House Hostel, Turning Point and British Transport Police.

“I’d also like to say a big thank you to the Central NPA team, PC Matt Rowlatt from our Drugs Intervention Programme, officers in our patrol and resolution teams, volunteers and special constables for their hard work in this operation.

“If you have any questions, concerns or just want to speak to officers then then you can do so at our Beat Bus, which is currently in the city centre.”

Chief Superintendent Andy Lee, the force’s Local Policing Directorate commander, added: “Thank you to all our officers, PCSOs, volunteers and partners from other agencies for their help in tackling antisocial behaviour in Leicester city centre and therefore making Op Young a success.”

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Loughborough stabbing - man charged

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 08:13

A Loughborough man has been charged after a teenager was stabbed at the weekend.

Ashpak Hussain Chowdhury, 24, of Bridgeland Road, has been charged with Section 18 wounding (Grievous Bodily Harm), possession of a bladed article and possession of cannabis.

He was remanded into custody to appear before Leicester Magistrates’ Court today (Monday 18 June).

The charge relates to a stabbing in Burder Street, Loughborough, during the early hours of Sunday morning (17 June). The 15-year-old victim remains in hospital in a stable condition.

A second man, aged 29, who was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm has been released pending further investigations.

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Loughborough stabbing – 2nd arrest

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sun, 06/17/2018 - 12:28

Detectives investigating the stabbing of a teenage boy in Loughborough during the early hours of this morning (Sunday 17 June) have arrested a second man.

Officers were called to Ratcliffe Road around 4.40am after a 15-year-old boy was discovered with a stab wound to his leg.

The victim was taken to hospital where he remains in a stable condition.

An area of Burder Street remains cordoned off and scenes in Ratcliffe Road and Glebe Street have since been lifted.

Two Loughborough men, aged 24 and 29, have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and remain in police custody.

If anyone witnessed the incident or knows anything about the circumstances leading up to it they are asked to contact 101, quoting incident 105 of 17 June.

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Missing 10-year-old girl found safe and well

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sun, 06/17/2018 - 10:26

A 10-year-old Leicester girl who was reported missing has been found safe and well.

Savannah Leigh Easingwood was reported missing during the early hours of this morning (Sunday 17 June) from her home in the Saffron Lane area of Leicester.

She was found in The Fairway earlier this morning.

Officers thanked everyone who assisted with their enquiries and shared the appeal.

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Teenage boy stabbed in Loughborough

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sun, 06/17/2018 - 07:01

An investigation is underway after a teenage boy was assaulted in Loughborough during the early hours of this morning (Sunday 17 June).

Officers were called to Ratcliffe Road around 4.40am after a 15-year-old boy was discovered with a stab wound to his leg.

The victim has been taken to hospital. An area of Ratcliffe Road, Glebe Street and Burder Street has been cordoned off to allow officers to carry out an examination of the area.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and remains in police custody.

If anyone witnessed the incident or knows anything about the circumstances leading up to it they are asked to contact 101, quoting incident 105 of 17 June.

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Concern for missing 21-year-old Chloe Price

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sun, 06/17/2018 - 02:17

Officers investigating the disappearance of a Leicester woman are urging the public to get in touch if they have seen her.

Chloe Price was reported missing by her family during the early hours of yesterday (Saturday 16 June).

The 21-year-old from the Comet Close area of Leicester was last seen at home around 4pm on Friday (15 June).

Chloe is 5ft 6ins tall, of slim build, with red hair. She was last seen wearing a grey hooded top, blue jeans and a black leather jacket.

Officers and Chloe’s family are concerned for her welfare and urged her or anyone who may know where she is to get in touch immediately.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101, quoting incident number 8 of 16 June.

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Search for missing woman - body found

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sat, 06/16/2018 - 20:05

Officers searching for a missing Leicester woman have discovered a body in Leicester.

Formal identification is yet to take place but the body is believed to be that of Michaela Gilbert.

The 31-year-old was last seen on Wednesday (13 June) in the Outfields Drive area of Cropston, Leicestershire.

The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file is being prepared for HM Coroner.

Officers thanked everyone who had assisted with their enquiries and shared their appeal.

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Appeal for help tracing missing woman

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 06/15/2018 - 13:59

Officers are appealing for help to find missing woman Michaela Gilbert.

The 31-year-old was last seen at 8.30pm on Wednesday (13 June) in the Outfields Drive area of Cropston, Leicestershire.

Michaela is white, 5ft 2ins tall, slim build with brown hair and blue eyes. She is believed to be wearing jeans and a baggy sweatshirt.

She is known to visit Bradgate Park and the surrounding areas.

Michaela lives in the Narborough Road area of the city so could have made her way back towards her home address.

If you think you have seen a woman matching her description or know where she might be please call 101.

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Jewellery stolen in burglary at Oadby house

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 06/15/2018 - 13:46

A large amount of jewellery was stolen in a burglary at a Leicestershire house.

Detectives are appealing to anyone who was in the area of Forest Rise, Oadby, yesterday afternoon (Thursday 14 June) and who may have information regarding the incident to make contact.

The burglary happened at a property in the area between 2pm and 3pm with a window at the rear of the property being smashed. No-one was in the home at the time of the incident.

An amount of cash and some electrical equipment, including an iPad and laptop, were also stolen.

Enquiries are continuing.

Detective Constable Adrian Davies said: “The incident happened in the afternoon when we believe a number of people were in the area.

“If you were and you saw or heard anything which caused you concern or anything which you think could be related to this offence then please get in touch.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101 quoting incident 18000275215.

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Christmas Eve robber jailed for four years

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 06/15/2018 - 13:13

A robber who attempted to steal cash from a shop in Evington on Christmas Eve last year has been jailed for four years.

During the evening of Sunday 24 December 18-year-old Ayoub Tarey entered Leo’s Supersaver in Main Street, Evington, Leicester, and threatened two members of staff with what they initially believed was a firearm.

Tarey forced one of the victims behind the counter where he took a quantity of cash, the victim gambled on the firearm being an imitation and bravely tackled Tarey. Using his martial arts skills the victim disarmed Tarey. After a struggle both victims managed to apprehend him until police arrived.

Last month Tarey of Linden Drive, Leicester, pleaded guilty at Leicester Crown Court to robbery, possession of an imitation firearm and assault.

Today (Friday 15 June) he was sentenced to four years imprisonment.

Ten other offences which Tarey admitted to in interview were taken into consideration by the judge when he passed sentence.

These offences related to four robberies and an attempted robbery at various stores in the force area and five counts of possession of an imitation firearm.

Detective Constable Nick Lant was the investigating officer. He said, “Tarey is a prolific criminal, who at such a young age, has committed a series of serious crimes. He was detained at the scene of the last of those crimes and I would like to commend the bravery of the victims who detained him.

“Tarey was left with little option other than to plead guilty, but I would like to credit him for fully admitting the other offences and thereby bringing closure to those further victims and witnesses.

“Tarey now faces the consequences of his actions and I hope this sentence gives him time to reflect on his behaviour and mend his ways.

“Crimes such as this have a knock-on effect on the local community, who, I know were concerned about the nature of offending. We hope this conviction and sentence reassures them that we will leave no stone unturned to bring people to justice.”

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Plea for family members of WW1 serving officers to get in touch

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 06/15/2018 - 09:15

We are appealing for help in finding surviving family members of serving Leicestershire police officers who lost their lives while on duty during the first and second world wars. We would like to invite them to a memorial event to mark Remembrance Day at Force Headquarters.

There are 20 officers from the city, county and Rutland that we are trying to trace. If you are related to one of the officers, or know someone that is, please contact Dominique Allen, Benevolent Fund Treasurer, via Dominique.Allen@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk

City WW1
  • PC W.A BAILEY - Royal Horse Artillery
  • PC J BRIGGS – Mounted Military Police
  • PC J COBLEY – West Yorkshire Regiment
  • PC R HAZELWOOD – Grenadier Guards
  • PC F HUTSON - Royal Marine Artillery
  • PC E.M MADDOCK MM- Royal Horse Artillery
  • PC G.A MANTON – Coldstream Guards
  • PC A.W OSBORN – Leicestershire Regiment
  • PC T PERCIVAL – Leicestershire Regiment
  • PC A.E REEVES – Leicestershire Regiment
  • PC W WOODWARD - Royal Marine Artillery
  • PC A PREW - Rank Private - Number 29092 served with D Battery 160th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
  • PC P SMITH – Rank Gunner - Number 29117 served with D Battery 160th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
  • PC C BRAMMAL – Rank Sergeant - Number L/28853 served with A Battery 160th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
  • PC J DRIVER – Rank Gunner - Number L/29804 served with D Battery 46th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
  • PC C SMITH – Rank Corporal - number L/29119 served with D Battery 160th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
  • PC T GRAINGER – Rank Lance Corporal - Leicestershire Regiment
  • PC L HENSON - Rank Lance Corporal - Coldstream Guards
  • PC E WAKEFIELD - Rank Private - Leicestershire Regiment
  • PC J WALKER – Rank Gunner - Royal Garrison Artillery

Chief Constable Simon Cole, Deputy Chief Constable Rob Nixon, Assistant Chief Constable Julia Debenham, police officers and staff will also be in attendance to pay their respects.

Mr Cole comments: “It is important to the force to mark the centenary commemorations. We hold a gathering every year in our memorial garden to commemorate Remembrance Day but there is a different significance this year.

“We are extending the invitation to the families of those fallen officers to join us as a way of expressing our gratitude and solidarity for their bravery and sacrifice. We are pleased to have already been in contact with ten families who have said they would like to join us - making the event even more poignant.”

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Volunteers thanked for dedicating more than 107,000 hours

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 06/15/2018 - 00:40

A special constable who dropped everything to help the force following the UK terror attacks last year, and a cadet who still finds time to volunteer despite caring for her younger brother were among those commended for their work at the fourth annual Volunteers in Policing Awards Night.

More than 500 volunteers and guests attended the event tonight (Thursday 14 June) to see 20 awards being given out and scores of people applauded for their time and commitment to the force.

Chief Constable Simon Cole closed the evening and said: “We hold the awards night every year to celebrate the hundreds of incredible people who volunteer for Leicestershire Police as specials, cadets, police support volunteers and chaplains.

“In the last year they volunteered more than 107,000 hours to helping us keep our communities safe, which is a fantastic achievement. I’m very proud to have been able to have joined the Lord Lieutenant, Police and Crime Commissioner, Sheriffs and sponsors to say ‘thank you’.”

The event was held at the King Power Stadium to recognise the effort of the hundreds of people who volunteer for Leicestershire Police as specials, cadets, chaplains and police support volunteers.

Special Constable Karolina Zalewska was among the award recipients and picked up the Special Constables Community Engagement award, sponsored by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Lord Willy Bach.

Following the UK terror attacks last year, Karolina recognised the increased pressure facing the police force, and the need to provide reassurance to our communities. As a result, she cancelled her plans, put on her uniform and went out on duty to support her regular colleagues.

Delighted with her award, Karolina said: “I am completely shocked and overwhelmed to have won this award! It really means a lot to me to be recognised in this way; I just love being a special. A lot of people ask me if I’m planning on joining the regulars, but I’m honestly not – I just like getting out there and helping people. It’s actually quite amazing that I get to do the role of a police officer, and still have my separate full-time job. I really enjoy volunteering my time and I plan to continue.”

Grace Burton was awarded as our Volunteer Police Cadet of the year, sponsored by the Leicester City Football Club Community Trust.

The 14-year-old is a member of our Loughborough cadet unit, and balances her school work with caring for her younger brother, who has autism, and still finds time to attend every single cadet unit meeting and volunteer in her community at the weekend.

After receiving her award, Grace said: “I’m really pleased I’ve won this award, I wasn’t expecting it at all! It really does mean a lot to me, and I do sometimes struggle with everything going on in my life. For me, being a police cadet is great because I get to learn new, interesting things and also have some fun with friends. I like helping out in the younger cadet’s session too, which is before mine. It’s really nice to have this achievement.”

Liz Cattell, a police support volunteer from Wigston, received the Diversity award, a new award generously sponsored by The St Philip’s Centre.

Liz coordinates monthly visits to the Leicester Centre for Integrated Living, and organises for police volunteers to attend and provide crime prevention advice at their café for ‘Empowering Disabled People’.

Thrilled with her award, Liz said: “I just want to say a huge thank you, and I love going down to the café each month. I really enjoy getting to know all of the people who attend, and they’re great company too. I’ve been going down for about two years now, and everyone’s made me feel so welcome. I just love that I’m able to help people, and I’m so grateful to have won this award.”

Lord Willy Bach, Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, said: “The support provided by our small army of volunteers has never been more important. Demand on all areas of policing continues to increase and the skill-set required becomes ever more diverse. Volunteers bring wide-ranging experience and new skills to help keep our communities safe and feeling secure. These awards are a small acknowledgement of the contribution made by our volunteers in so many ways, as cadets, special constables, police service volunteers, independent custody visitors and so on. I would like to thank each and every one of them.”

The awards followed National Volunteers’ week (1 to 7 June), an annual celebration of volunteers across the country that takes pride in highlighting the excellent work they undertake and their contribution to communities.

The force are currently recruiting police support volunteers and specials. Please visit leics.police.uk/join-us to find out if you could join us and make a difference to your community.

The winners on the night were:

• No 1 Copperpot PSV Outstanding Leadership Award – Melanie Smith

• The Everard Foundation SPC Outstanding Leadership Award – Neil Deveney, with James Blackburn and Sam Watson as Highly Commended

• The Cooperative VPC Leader of the year Award – Martin Rawlings, with Wendy Garland and Ash Lorgat as Highly Commended

• Leicester Riders PSV Innovation Award – Jackie Saunt

• The Superintendents Association SPC Innovation Award – John Blagden

• The International Police Association Most Improved Volunteer Police Cadet – Ryan Sheppard, with Jennifer Simpson and Kurt Barnes as Highly Commended

• LPF Medical Scheme Trust PSV Special Recognition Award – Patrick Dunham, with Wendy Garland and Jay Gohel as Highly Commended

• The Leicestershire Police Federation SPC Special Recognition Award – Arvind Mistry

• The Royal Society of Saint George Community Service Award – Victoria Delahunt

• PCC PSV Community Engagement Award – Caitlin Penfold

• PCC SPC Community Engagement Award – Karolina Zalewska

• UNISON Volunteer Police Cadet Unit of the year Award – East Leicester Cadet Unit

• ASCCO SPC Outstanding Team Performance Award – Central Leicester Neighbourhood Team

• City Watch PSV Outstanding Team Performance Award – Biometrics Team, with the Coalville team and Heritage Crime Team as Highly Commended

• City Watch Outstanding PSV of the year Award – Sue Sellers, with Harbans Thiaray and Jackie Saunt as Highly Commended

• LCFC Community Trust Outstanding VPC Award – Lucy Thomson and Josh Stone, with Victoria Delahunt as Highly Commended

• PMAS Outstanding SPC of the year Award – Emily Morgan

• DMU Lifetime Achievement Award – Debbie Rawlinson

Professional photographs of all of our winners will be made available on Friday 15 June.

Thank-you to all of our event partners

• No.1 Copperpot
• The Everard Foundation
• Caterpillar
• Leicester Riders
• The Superintendents Association
• International Police Association
• LPF Medical Scheme
• The Leicestershire Police Federation
• The Royal Society of Saint George
• Unison
• City Watch
• Leicester City Football Club
• Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner
• St Philips Centre
• De Montfort University

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