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Nuisance motorcycles

There has been an increase in calls relating to motorbikes being driven around the area mainly Blaise Castle and Henbury Park in an anti-social manner.

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  • Wednesday 30th June, 2021

    Calls have reduced slightly regarding nuisance motorbikes in the open spaces. Local team are aware of the increase in use of electric scooters that are being dealt with as necessary when they come across offences

  • Wednesday 21st April, 2021

    We have had an increase in calls regarding anti social use of motor vehicles in open areas such as around Blaise castle and the open space behind crow lane.

    Some of the offenders for these incidents have been identified due to footage from members of public.

    We encourage members of public to call up whenever this is occurring to assist the beat team in tackling the issue.

  • Thursday 16th July, 2020

    Police will increase patrols in the area. Residents have been encouraged to report all incidents to the police.

  • Saturday 16th March, 2019

    Stolen yellow motorcycle seized from a suspect in Brentry

  • Monday 6th August, 2018

    Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) granted for a prolific youth in the Henbury area. He now has a CBO prohibiting from attending certain stores and preventing him from being on any motorcycle. This order has a power of arrest attached and is an excellent piece of legislation.

  • Thursday 15th December, 2016

    This continues to be a problem for Henbury and Brentry as well as neighbouring beats. We are currently problem solving these issues and have arrested and successfully prosecuted three offenders in the past two months.

  • Tuesday 9th February, 2016

    Three young males arrested regarding a theft of a motorbike

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