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Anti Social Behaviour in Frome Town Centre

Frome NPT have received numerous reports of vehicle’s driving Anti Socially in the Market Place, Cork Street, Waterloo, Henley Way, and Cheese and Grain areas of the town. We remain committed to dealing with instances of Anti-Social behaviour and as a result of the reports we have taken a proactive approach to the issue, we have enhanced our patrols in the area and continue to engage and educate individuals in these area’s. We encourage members of the public to continue to report incidents of Anti-Social behaviour in the area via 101 or online via this page.

 

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  • Sunday 20th September, 2020

    Anti social behaviour diaries are being collected during the week commencing 21/09/20. Reports of ASB have been sparse and Frome Neighbourhood Policing Team have been heavily patrolling the area with no incidents to report.

    We continue to encourage any member of the public who witnesses this type of behaviour to report it via 101 or the Avon and Somerset Police website at the time it is occurring.

  • Wednesday 9th September, 2020

    Anti Social Behaviour Diaries have been delivered to households in Henley Way that overlook the Market Yard Car Park. This will help us to plot dates and times, enabling us to allocate resources at the right times.

  • Thursday 13th August, 2020

    From NPT remain committed to conducting patrols in the Town centre as a result of the ongoing Anti Social Behaviour issues. We continue to engage with drivers in these areas and issue words of advice where appropriate.

    We continue to encourage any member of the public who witnesses this type of behaviour to report it via 101 or the Avon and Somerset Police website at the time it is occurring.

  • Wednesday 5th August, 2020

    We have been carry out patrol in the area and would encourage any person that is having an issues with the noise and behaviour to call 101 at the time it is happening.

  • Friday 24th July, 2020

    The beat team are on late this weekend and will be patrolling the area.

  • Sunday 12th July, 2020

    we received a number of calls over the week about cars and motorbikes causing noise in the Market Yard car park. Police Offices attended and at that point there were no cars or motorbikes in the car park.

  • Wednesday 8th July, 2020

    Patrols in the area and a number of motorbikes and cars were located with the occupants spoken to about ongoing issues in the area. They were not acting in an Anti-Social way at that time. All vehicle were requested to leave the area which they did.

  • Wednesday 24th June, 2020

    Following further reports, registered keepers of vehicles have been identified and Words of Advice have been given in relation to the use of their vehicle.

     

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