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Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
Local shop keepers and residents are reporting large groups of youths are congregating and causing anti-social behaviour, being rowdy, littering, intimidating members of the local community and climbing onto the roofs on the shops in and around the precinct.
Issued: January 2017
What we are doing:Since positive actions taken and dedicated patrols have been introduced to highlight key people involved in ASB, there have been a marked drop in reported ASB incidents and criminal behaviour. Consultations have been done by the Blaby District Council ASB officer and local beat officers at the shops to gage the view of how things have been with regards the young people and ASB. Everyone the ASB officer spoke to was of the opinion that the situation has definitely improved although there is still work to be done. 16 sets of parents have been written to and informed of their child being in and around the location but not using the facilities. They were also told that increased police patrols would be continuing for the time being. People were particularly pleased with the police presence as they feel it has made a positive impact. Work with the youth team and other partners will continue to ensure that the identified matters are managed in a proportionate way. Issued: March 2017