Anti-Social Behaviour and Criminal Damage
We have been receiving multiple reports of criminal damage being caused to vehicles in Sea Mills and Stoke Bishop. We would ask that any incidents are reported on 101 and if any residents have CCTV footage of suspects, please also contact us to report this. If you see or suspect a crime in progress such as this, please call 999 immediately.
26 May 2022
Your local neighbourhood policing team are still actively patrolling Sea Mills, including the ASB hot spots. We are actively engaging with youths in the area in a positive manner and dealing with anti social behaviour when we get calls.
13 April 2022
With the Easter Break upon us, we will be continuing to conduct active patrols of the Sea Mills and Stoke Bishop area.
Please can I remind residents to call in any incidents of Anti Social Behaviour to ensure we are aware of these incidents and take appropriate action.
1 December 2021
We are still getting calls in and around the Sea Mills area regarding youths causing ASB.
your local neighbourhood team have been able to identify a few of these youths and are working together with our ASB team to prevent further offences occurring.
We would encourage anyone who has been effected by ASB to call the police on 999 if the incident is in progress or 101 to report an incident which has happened in the past. Reporting such incidents allows us to build a pattern of behaviour and in response we are able to target our patrols around ASB hotspots.
2 September 2021
Calls regarding ASB in the Sea Mills area have reduced. We are still getting a few calls regarding youths in Stoke Lodge playing fields and therefore would encourage calls to be made if you are a victim of ASB in this area.
1 June 2021
Calls regarding these youths have dramatically reduced in recent months, however, we the police are still monitoring the situation and the youths involved.
I would encourage residents to call any incidents of ASB in for our awareness.
25 January 2021
We are continuing to conduct high visibility patrols in the area and would encourage residents to call in any incidents regarding the youths in the area.
15 January 2021
A number of youths have been identified from speaking to partners. From this we have been visiting the youths at their home address in company with their parents to make them aware of their children’s behaviour.
From this Anti-Social Behaviour letters have been sent out to these children.