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Rise in anti-social behaviour

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  • This priority is now closed as a result of the actions below.
  • If you have any questions or issues concerning this priority, you can contact the beat team using the contact form on the beat page.

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) continues to be a priority having seen an increase in reports over the last couple of months.

The majority of the reports have been linked to groups of youths causing a nuisance and pushing the boundaries with their behaviour.

We are making it a priority to focus on those individuals that continue to involve themselves in ASB. We are working alongside the ASB team to implement Anti-Social Behaviour Contracts with the support of parents.

This is an ongoing process, and where the contracts do not have a positive impact we will be looking at alternatives to tackle this behaviour. Focusing on ASB will have a positive impact on our communities.

Actions

  • Monday 22nd June, 2020

    This priority is now closed as a result of the actions below.

    If you have any questions or issues concerning this priority, you can contact the beat team using the contact form on the beat page

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