Issues involving the racing of vehicles on roads, the use of unlicensed powered vehicles including e-scooters, mini-motos, off-road bikes on roads, and in parks and public spaces are criminal offences and should be reported to the Police immediately.
The Council cannot generally deal with parking issues where there is no other associated anti-social behaviour. See our neighbour Dispute webpage for more information.
What you can do to help resolve the issue
When you make your report to the Police be prepared and have information to hand on:
- Who is doing it.
- When the incident happened (date and time).
- How often the incidents have happened.
- The details of any vehicles involved, including their make, model, colour, and registrations.
Who you need to speak to
If someone is in immediate danger, or you believe a crime is in progress you should call 999 now. You can call Leicestershire Police on 101, the non-emergency Police number. You can also report crime via the Leicestershire Police website.
How we can help
We will work in partnership with the Police, and where the activities are taking place on our land, will look at what steps we may be able to take to restrict vehicular access.
How to report it
If someone is in immediate danger, or you believe a crime is in progress you should call 999 now.
If ASB is in progress, you can call Leicestershire Police on 101. ASB can also be reported to Leicestershire Police via their website.
Last updated: Mon 17th July, 2023 @ 16:06