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Anti-social behaviour around Westfield and Stiby road

Residents in and around Stiby road, and those around the Westfield park have been experiencing ongoing criminal damage to property, and general nuisance behaviour by groups of youths in recent weeks.

This behaviour is not tolerated and Police are working closely with Park rangers and other agencies to try target these issues and take action.

Residents and members of the public are encouraged to report any Anti-social Behaviour they may witness, this allows officers to keep track of what is happening and where, and helps us prioritise the areas being effected the most.

Please report any Anti-social behaviour you may witness via the 101 line or the online report form found on our website.




  • Thursday 2nd September, 2021

    We have received numerous reports of anti-social behaviour this evening involving a certain group of youths. Officers attended multiple incidents involving the same group of youths and positive action will be taken.

    This kind of behaviour will not be tolerated.

    If you are a victim of anti-social behaviour or witness any unacceptable behaviour then please contact us on 101, 999 (in an emergency), via our website or alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

  • Thursday 26th August, 2021

    PCSO’s spent yesterday morning on foot patrol engaging with several residents. This helps us to better understand the issues you might be experiencing.

    If you have witnessed any anti social behaviour please contact 101 or visit to report it online.

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