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Anti-social Behaviour around Station Road and Crow Lane

Reports of Anti-Social Behaviour in the vicinity of Station Road and Crow Lane. We will continue to conduct regular patrols and take robust action against identified offenders. Acceptable Behaviour Contracts have already been signed by some individuals.

Actions

  • Thursday 9th September, 2021

    Throughout the summer the neighbourhood team have been engaging with some of the local youths who had caused a few issues in the area. Some of these youths are now working with the youth offending team to encourage more positive behaviour.

    In the recent weeks there has been a spike in criminal damage to buses and bus stops in the Henbury area. The local neighbourhood team are doing patrols on bike and in vehicles during the evening to try to prevent such incidents. We encourage members of public to report incidents to help enable to beat to deal with these incidents.

  • Wednesday 30th June, 2021

    There has been an increase in ASB around Crow Lane which seems to be a local group of local youths.

    Anti Social Behaviour team are aware and monitoring behaviour of a few of the main offenders.

    Encourage members of public to call in any incidents to either 101/999 to help us deal and solve with the issues.

  • Wednesday 21st April, 2021

    With warmer weather we are expecting an increase in ASB around crow lane and the open space. We encourage members of public to call anything in that causes alarm or distress so we can deal with it as appropriate. The local beat team will conduct high visibility patrols in the area to help combat anti- social behaviour.

  • Tuesday 3rd September, 2019

    Since issuing Acceptable Behaviour Contracts to a number of youths, we have had a significant reduction in the number of Anti-Social Behaviour calls to Police.

  • Sunday 2nd June, 2019

    We have now sent Breach of ABC letters to specific individuals, and if further reports are received, we will be looking at Court Injunctions against them.

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