Previous Police and Crime Plans

Information on the Police and Crime Plans for Leicestershire which came into effect before the Police and Crime Commissioner elections in May 2016 can be found on this page.


 Police and Crime Plan - 2017-2021

Over 50 organisations from across the community landscape signed a pledge in support of Lord Willy Bach's Police and Crime Plan as it was unveiled at a launch held at the Salvation Army in Leicester on Thursday 23 March 2017.

Among a series of priority areas on which PCC intends to focus are those which impact on vulnerable members of society.  These include alcohol and drug-related crime, Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), domestic violence and abuse, hate crime, human trafficking, mental health, missing from home individuals and sexual violence.

The PCC’s plan identifies five key strands of opportunity which he calls
“The Five V’s”:

Victims I Vulnerability I Visibility I Viable Partnership I Value for Money




 Previous Police and Crime Plans

The first Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, Sir Clive Loader, sought the views of the public and partner organisations to deliver a revised version of his Police and Crime Plan for the period of the Police and Crime Plan, 2013 to 2017.

The previous version of the Plan was published in March 2013.  Download the previous version here.

During the revision of the Plan, Sir Clive committed to an extensive schedule of meetings with partners, communities and diverse groups from across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The views, experiences and priorities sought through those consultations have informed the content of the Plan through the following stages:

  • Consultation with local authority partners took place in July 2013, informing the draft revised Plan;
  • The draft revised Plan was made available for public consultation in August 2013, the findings of which informed the final draft revised Plan; and
  • The final draft revised Plan was submitted to the Police and Crime Panel (PCP) meeting in October 2013, where the PCP agreed the Plan.

The refreshed Plan is available for download below in original full text, executive summary and Easy Read versions. Hard copies are available on request.