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Anti-Social Behaviour Hill Court Shopping Parade Paulton

In recent weeks, we have received a number of calls reporting incidents of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in around the retail outlets at Hill Court Paulton. Young people are gathering outside the shops using inappropriate language, cycling on the pedestrian area and dropping litter. We are aware of some reports of verbal abuse and harassment directed at some members of the public.


  • Thursday 26th August, 2021

    We have had a few reports of ASB in the Hill Court area; neighbourhood officers are continuing patrols and engaging with the public.

  • Thursday 13th May, 2021

    We are still getting reports of Anti-Social Behaviour around the retail outlets of Hill Court Paulton, mainly young people being abusive towards fast food workers.

    Patrols have increased and officers will be around the area at busy times.

  • Friday 18th December, 2020

    Regular attention and patrols have taken place and reports of ASB have ceased at this time

  • Monday 16th November, 2020

    Regular patrols are continuing around the Hill Court area, although we have not had any reported incidents of ASB in the past few weeks. As we are now in a new period of lockdown, it is unlikely that youths will be gathering in groups outside of the shops, however patrols will continue over this difficult time.

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