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Anti-Social Behaviour, Street Drinking and Begging – Yeovil Town Centre

We are aware of an increase in Anti-Social Behaviour, Street Drinking and Begging within Yeovil Town Centre – we are carrying out regular patrols to reduce and deter this behaviour. We are recording crimes in these instances as well as trying to engage, educate and lastly enforce. We work with partners in the community such as the Council and Housing Associations and utilise our tools and powers to reduce and deter this behaviour.

If you have concerns or want to report a crime, please call 101.

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  • Thursday 24th February, 2022

     

    STREET DRINKERS

    We are continuing to carry out high visibility patrols across the town centre in response to complaints received about anti-social street drinking. We have been engaging and trying to build positive relationships with those involved.  This will help us to educate them around the effects their behaviour has on the wider community.

    We are now starting to see a decline in complaints and will continue to work hard with those involved.

  • Thursday 24th February, 2022

     

    ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR – YOUTHS ON ROOFS

     

    We have started to receive complaints about teenagers up on the roofs across the town centre.

    This is not only silly but very dangerous for all involved. There are some significant drops which will cause serious injury or death should they fall.

    If you witness this kind of behaviour then please report via 101 or 999 if you feel they are in immediate danger.

  • Sunday 6th February, 2022

    Patrols continue in the Henford Underground car park.

    In response to the behaviour of individuals who are gathering in the car park at various times during the day and evenings.

     

     

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