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Anti-social Behaviour – Bishop Sutton Recreation Ground

There have been reports of youths causing anti-social behaviour (ASB) in the vicinity of Bishop Sutton Recreation Ground, mainly in the evenings, particularly at weekends and during school holidays.

Beat team officers will continue to conduct patrols of the location, engaging with youths, deterring any future ASB and building a positive police/youth relationship.

 

Actions

  • Thursday 1st September, 2022

    Patrols of the area have continued throughout the school holidays and longer summer evenings.

    Groups of youths have been spoken to and moved on when appropriate.

    Owners of a further two vehicles have been warned about noise caused by loud exhausts when parked in, and leaving the village hall car park.

  • Thursday 7th July, 2022

    High visibility patrols are continuing at this location.

  • Friday 22nd April, 2022

    One vehicle being used in an anti-social manner has been identified.  The user of this vehicle has been warned about their behaviour.

  • Sunday 10th April, 2022

    Officers conducted several patrols of the area during the evening.  A group of approximately 10 teenage youths, male and female, were located and spoken to.  Some had vehicles.

    No ASB or offences were witnessed at the time.  They were advised of the ongoing reported issues and asked to respect the area, keep noise down and clear up their rubbish when leaving.

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