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Anti-social behaviour in St Andrews Park

The local neighbourhood beat team and other local community agencies held a meeting with local people in the community. To discuss how to improve the Anti-social behaviour in St Andrews Park.

The council have now reopened the toilets in the park. Which has stopped the public using the hedges/trees for urination. It has also helped but not stopped the problem completely during the late evenings.

As your local beat team, we are conducting high visibility patrols within the park and have engaged with the people sat in the park of St Andrews.

We have also fined people if seen urinating in the park by reporting them to the council and the person then receives a £100 fine.

Talking to many of the residence and the committee of Friends of St Andrews, they have said they have seen an improvement and are pleased with the help to make there park for the community a cleaner and safer place to use.

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