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Anti-Social Behaviour and Criminal Damage Hive Community Centre Peasedown St John.

Priority closed

  • This priority is now closed as a result of the actions below.
  • If you have any questions or issues concerning this priority, you can contact the beat team using the contact form on the beat page.

Youths gathering in the early evenings around the Hive Community Centre Bath Road Peasedown St John.  Staff and centre users have been subjected to abuse from youths mainly aged around 14yrs. Damage has been done to doors locks and post boxes and glass bottles smashed around the building.  This has been happening on a regular basis.

Actions

  • Sunday 30th October, 2022

    No reported incidents of criminal or ASB in recent weeks, patrols will continue but this priority will now be closed.

  • Sunday 18th September, 2022

    Sadly, we have had reports that some glass bottles have been taken from the recycling bins at the Hive and thrown onto the Bath Road. Thanks to a community spirited member of the public the glass was swept up before it could do any damage.  If you have information regarding this incident please contact a member of your Neighbourhood Policing Team.

  • Wednesday 20th July, 2022

    Sadly, graffiti has been scrawled on the Hive Community Centre, however the person responsible has been identified and dealt with.

  • Sunday 26th June, 2022

    We have not had any reports of ASB around the Hive Community Centre in the past two months.  We will continue patrols for the time being.

  • Tuesday 19th April, 2022

    The parents of those identified by Neighbourhood Officers as responsible have now paid for damage caused earlier this year.  No further issues reported in recent weeks.

  • Thursday 3rd March, 2022

    Six individuals involved in the ASB have been identified. Parents have been contacted by police, and in some cases, we have sent out ASB warning letters. Arrangements have been made for some of the damaged caused to be paid for by those responsible.

  • Friday 4th February, 2022

    CCTV has been viewed and individuals identified and dealt with. Neighbourhood Officers are visiting parents of those young people involved.

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