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ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR – OPEN SPACES

Due to the school holidays and relaxation of Covid 19 restrictions we have seen a rise in anti social behaviour reports particularly in our open spaces.  This includes the area’s of Oak Tree Park, The Forum, King Arthur woods and other open spaces in Barwick and Stoford.  The reports received range from rowdy youths, littering, drug taking and indecent exposure.

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  • Sunday 6th February, 2022

    Overall numbers of reported Anti -Social-Behaviour has dropped  but we are still seeing some isolated incidents.

    We need to identify who these individuals are so we are asking you to report at the time any incidents to us on 101/999 so we can deal with their behaviour using our anti-social tools and powers.

     

    We will continue with out high visibility patrols across the area.

    Thank you

  • Wednesday 5th January, 2022

    We have seen a slight drop in reports for Anti-Social Behaviour across the Christmas and New Year period but we are still asking for any incidents to be reported directly to us using 101.

    We are slowly identifying those involved and using available Anti-Social behaviour tools and powers to deal with their behaviour.

     

    We will continue to carry out high visibility patrols across all areas.

     

    Thank You.

  • Monday 6th December, 2021

    Sadly reports of Anti-social behaviour are still coming in, however this has declined.

    We are continuing to do regular High visibility patrols, we encourage you to continue to report any suspicious or anti-social behaviour.

    Thank you.

     

  • Sunday 14th November, 2021

    Reports of groups of anti social youths sadly continue

    We are continuing to collect identities and working with the ASB team, parents, housing and schools, to progressing their status towards the courts issuing Community Protection Notices.

    It is imperative that members of the public still report any suspicious behaviour that is seen or damage caused etc.

    Thank you.

  • Monday 4th October, 2021

    Reports of groups of anti social youths sadly continue and their identities are being collated and working with the ASB team, parents, housing and schools, to progressing their status towards the courts issuing Community Protection Notices.

    Further incidents such as the damage caused to the footbridge over the stream from Shelley Close, to Monksdale and at the top of Lawrence Way Yeovil.

    It is imperative that members of the public still report any suspicious behaviour that is seen or damage caused etc.

    Thank you.

  • Wednesday 22nd September, 2021

    There has been a concern about groups of young people marauding around areas that have retail premises, such as Houndstone retail park, and The Forum, Abbey Manor etc.  We are going to be tackling these groups and working with housing providers to encourage parents and carers to keep a closer eye on those who are causing a problem to the shops and their users.

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