Region: Leicester
Traffic & transportation

Install more CCTV in Beaumont Leys

Petition is directed to
Leicester City Council
39 supporters
8% achieved 500 for collection target
39 supporters
8% achieved 500 for collection target
  1. Launched 17/05/2024
  2. Time remaining > 8 weeks
  3. Submission
  4. Dialog with recipient
  5. Decision

I agree that my data will be stored . I decide who can see my support. I can revoke this consent at any time .

 

We the undersigned residents of Beaumont Leys ward and the City of Leicester strongly urge the City Council to expand and upgrade its CCTV setup in Beaumont Leys especially around Beaumont Park, footpaths running across connecting to the shopping centre and along the open spaces.

Note: only those who live within the city council boundary must sign this.

Reason

The residents have suffered enough with speeding motorbikes, electric bikes and scooters.

On Tuesday 14th of May a six year old child was injured ON THE PATH by an electric bike and the biker fled from the location.

This has to stop before someone gets killed. The police also need to take proactive action in confiscating these dangerous vehicles being driven on paths meant for walking.

Therefore, this is an urgent request to you from all of us. We have full support of our three ward councillors.

Thank you for your support, Beaumont Leys Ward from Leicester
Question to the initiator

Link to the petition

Image with QR code

Tear-off slip with QR code

download (PDF)

Translate this petition now

new language version

News

Not yet a PRO argument.

No CONTRA argument yet.

Why people sign

Tools for the spreading of the petition.

You have your own website, a blog or an entire web portal? Become an advocate and multiplier for this petition. We have the banners, widgets and API (interface) to integrate on your pages. To the tools

Translate this petition now

new language version

Help us to strengthen citizen participation. We want to support your petition to get the attention it deserves while remaining an independent platform.

Donate now