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Begging

Homelessness is a social problem and we are committed to supporting those who find themselves homeless in Bridgwater. However, those committing offences through aggressive begging and Anti-social behaviour in town will be targeted in order to make the town a safe place for the community

Actions

  • Wednesday 15th January, 2020

    Male persistently begging in Bridgwater town centre and causing anti-social behaviour has breached his Community Protection Notice and has now been summoned to court.

  • Friday 25th October, 2019

    Male persistently begging on the Clink in Bridgwater has now been served a Comminity Protection Warning.

  • Wednesday 4th September, 2019

    Regular patrols continue by the Beat Team.Male to be issued an Anti-social behaviour letter for begging outside Farmfoods and Next.

  • Tuesday 3rd September, 2019

    The Neighbourhood Policing team are doing regular patrols in the town centre. If individuals are seen to be begging they are asked to move.

  • Friday 2nd August, 2019

    A male in Bridgwater Town Centre has been issued an Anti-social behaviour letter for begging outside Lloyds Bank.

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