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Frome Rural PACT Priority – Anti -Social behaviour within our rural villages.

Agreed: 06 May 2016

Added by Michael Storey on 12 May 2016 at 08:33

Anti-social behaviour affects and hurts our communities. Our Rural villages would like this made a PACT priority. Anti-social behaviour is actions that lack consideration for others or harm their well-being, by causing harassment, alarm or distress. The police, local authorities and other agencies such as social housing landlords, all have a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour and to help people who are suffering from it.

Actions & Updates

  • Sunday 05 November 2017
    The beat team have issued Section 59 Warnings to 3 youths that were witnessed riding / driving their vehicles in an Anti-Social manner.
  • Tuesday 19 September 2017
    After last night PACT meeting 19/09/2017 it was agreed by all that the PACT Priority to stay the same.
  • Friday 26 May 2017
    WHAT YOU CAN DO TO TACKLE ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR- YOU can help the police and other agencies to tackle problems in your area by reporting anti-social behaviour when you see it happening. By coming forward to report anti-social behaviour you may prevent the same problem happening again and again and you will help to make your community a safer place. Evidence from victims and witnesses is important because it demonstrates the distress and annoyance of anti-social behaviour. If you report being a victim or witness of anti-social behaviour support is available to help you at every stage of action. There are other things you can do to help the police, your local council and other agencies such as housing providers – for example by joining Neighbourhood Watch, a tenants’ or residents’ association. You could also attend one of the monthly beat surgeries that are held by the police or one of the quarterly PACT meetings held by the police. By playing an active role in your community you can really help make a difference and create a place where anti-social behaviour is tackled and not tolerated.
  • Sunday 21 May 2017
    The beat team have continued to carry out patrols at locations that have been highlighted as areas where ASB occurs.
  • Thursday 11 May 2017
    The beat team attended this evenings PACT meeting at Rode. The rural communities that attended have decided that Anti – Social Behaviour should remain as a PACT priority.
  • Friday 31 March 2017
    The beat team have delivered ASB warning letters to the parents of a group of children that have been involved in anti-social behaviour within their community. Now the clocks have changed and the lighter nights are here the beat team will be targeting areas that have been highlighted as areas where ASB occurs. This behaviour will be dealt with appropriately.
  • Wednesday 22 March 2017
    Parents of a group of youths have received ASB warning letters, this is reference to their children’s Anti-social behaviour within the village they live in.
  • Sunday 12 March 2017
    A group of youths that have been associated with ASB have attended the choice and consequences workshop this week.
  • Wednesday 01 March 2017
    A choice and consequences workshop has been arranged and a number youths that have been involved in ASB will be asked to attend. The objective of this workshop is those that attend 1.) To understand what ASB is. 2.) To recognize how ASB affects people in the community. 3.) To use a restorative justice approach to address the young person’s values and perceptions around what is acceptable behaviour. ASB is not acceptable and communities should not suffer in silence, please report all incidents. Reassurance visits have been carried out to victims of ASB by the beat team.
  • Saturday 18 February 2017
    After receiving reports of vehicles driving in an anti-social manner within one of our rural villages, visits to the registered keeper’s addresses have been carried out by the beat team. Words of advice and education issued to the relevant persons. It was also outlined to them what the consequences would be if witnessed by officers driving in this manner in the future.
  • Tuesday 31 January 2017
    The beat team have been liaising with a school over pupils that attend the school and have been associated with Anti-social behaviour. There are opportunities for these youths to attend a choice and consequences workshop. The objectives of this workshop are for those that attend 1.) To understand what ASB is. 2.) To recognize how ASB affects people in the community. 3.) To use a restorative justice approach to address the young person’s values and perceptions around what is acceptable behaviour.
  • Thursday 19 January 2017
    The beat team attended this evenings PACT meeting at Norton St Phillip. The rural communities that attended have decided that anti-social behaviour should remain as a PACT priority.
  • Wednesday 11 January 2017
    The beat team have liaised and attended a local youth club where incidents of ASB have historically occurred outside the building at that location. Please report all incidents of anti-social behaviour, so they can be dealt with. We are liaising with other partner agencies over ASB within one of our rural villages.
  • Wednesday 21 December 2016
    Anti-Social behaviour has been raised as a major concern for the village of Coleford. A public meeting was held on the 14th December within the village and many incidents had been unreported by the community. It is imperative that all such incidents are reported in the correct manner so they can be dealt with appropriately. Visits have been carried out by the beat team and youths and families spoken too reference the ASB. One youth has come forward and admitted to the damage of the villages Christmas tree; this will now be dealt with appropriately.
  • Sunday 11 December 2016
    One of the villages has raised with the beat team concerns over a group of youths causing ASB within their village. Individuals have been spoken to reference their behaviour. The beat team are also liaising with partner agencies over this. Please as a community call in all such incidents, so that they can be logged and dealt with in the correct manner.
  • Wednesday 30 November 2016
    The beat team have been in contact with a parent of a child who has been causing anti-social behaviour at various locations within the village they live in. Behaviour of this nature will not be tolerated and will be dealt with appropriately by the police and partner agencies.
  • Monday 21 November 2016
    The beat team are continuing to liaise with housing over Anti-social behaviour within in one particular area. The beat team are closely monitoring the situation and such behaviour will be dealt with appropriately.
  • Wednesday 02 November 2016
    The beat team have liaised with housing over the behaviour of one of their tenants. That person has been warned that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated and future incidents will be dealt with appropriately.
  • Thursday 20 October 2016
    With Halloween and Bonfire night only just around the corner, the message police want to relay to everyone is - Have fun but please be sensible and responsible. Bad behaviour impacts on others within our communities.
  • Wednesday 28 September 2016
    Patrols continue by the beat team at a village experiencing youths riding their motorcycles in an anti- social manner. Warning letters have been sent out to registered keepers of these bikes.
  • Tuesday 13 September 2016
    It has been decided to continue this as a PACT priority at the latest meeting.
  • Saturday 03 September 2016
    Youths have been seen riding their mopeds in an anti-social manner around one of the rural villages by members of the public. The beat team have made visits to addresses and outlined what actions will be taken if these youths are witnessed by the officers riding in this manner. This has caused much concern to the community and this behaviour will not be tolerated and will be dealt with appropriately.
  • Saturday 13 August 2016
    After reports of anti-social behaviour, a member of the beat team have visited parents of the youth and words of advice issued about their behaviour. A youth also spoken too and advised how their behaviour impacts on others within the community.
  • Wednesday 03 August 2016
    Anti- social behaviour being one the PACT priorities, the beat team regularly patrol highlighted locations and engage with local youths. This has been well received by our rural communities.
  • Saturday 02 July 2016
    Anti-social behaviour incidents have decreased on the rural beat in the month of June. The beat team have been working to a patrol plan, carrying out patrols at locations that have been noted to have issues of ASB. This behaviour impacts on our communities and will be dealt with appropriately.
  • Wednesday 15 June 2016
    Patrols by members of the beat team have been carried out at areas expressed as a concern for anti- social behaviour within our rural communities.
  • Wednesday 25 May 2016
    With the Summer months now here, the beat team will continue to patrols areas highlighted to us where Anti- social behaviour has occurred.
  • Monday 16 May 2016
    Anti-social riding of motorcycles has been highlighted as a problem / concern in one of our rural communities. this behaviour will not be tolerated and if these offenders are seen they will be dealt with appropriately.