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Anti-social behaviour Sparkford

Avon and Somerset Police are aware of a recent spike in ASB, mainly involving youths in the Sparkford area. Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and positive action will be taken.

Over the last month, Police have been made aware of a spike in ASB, usually involving teens shouting and swearing in open spaces late at night. We are also aware that people are gaining access to the old Haynes abandoned building, despite this being currently left this building is not suitable for people to being using this as a hang out.

We are taking actions to counter this such as high visibility patrols in the problem areas, collecting evidence and data from victims, communicating with local schools, educational programmes and engaging with young people when out and about in Sparkford.

We encourage the public to report any incidents or evidence of ASB to us by dialling 101 or reporting online at Report anti-social behaviour | Avon and Somerset Police.


  • 15 July 2024

    Wincanton Rural Neighbourhood team have spent our patrol times in Sparkford. This has been for multiple reasons such as incidents which have been report to police and problems we have seen occur whilst being on patrol.

    In Sparkford this has included ASB driving where vehicles are speeding and using cars and motorbikes in an anti-social way. On the team we are a mixture of PCSO’s and PC’s which allows the team to work together to solve these problems.

    The police officers on the team have been able to stop any vehicle which are driving inappropriate and have been issued tickets for anti-social driving.

    If there is any concerns or questions around your area and would like contact you are able to do this by emailing our mail box – SomEastNPTSomertonan@avonandsomerset.police.uk. If there is an incident of which is important please call 999 or 101 for less urgent reports.

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