South Leicestershire MP, Alberto Costa, recently met with the new Neighbourhood Policing Area (NPA) Commander for Harborough and Lutterworth to discuss constituent’s concerns and local crime priorities.
Alberto met with Inspector Jim Purdie, who was appointed as NPA Commander in June earlier this year, at his Constituency Office in Blaby.
The MP raised the recent break-ins of two shops in Lutterworth and the recent tragic incident of a man dying in Broughton Astley after being hit by his own car.
Alberto said, “It was a pleasure to welcome Inspector Purdie to his new role as Police Area Commander for Lutterworth and the surrounding villages. This was a very useful meeting to discuss local crime priorities such as anti-social behaviour in South Leicestershire, as well as the recent break-ins at two shops in Lutterworth and of course, the deeply tragic incident of a man being killed in Broughton Astley recently.
Alberto added, “Jim was most receptive to the concerns of my constituents, and I know that Lutterworth and Harborough Police will continue their fantastic work in ensuring that South Leicestershire remains a safe and pleasant place to live and work, and I very much look forward to working closely with the new Force Commander and his excellent team moving forward”.
Alberto is pictured with Inspector Jim Purdie, Neighbourhood Policing Area Commander for Harborough and Lutterworth.