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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:
Groby is suffering with Anti-Social Behaviour in the evenings and weekends by groups of youths aged between 12 and 19. These youths are gathering in open public spaces such as Marina Drive Park and Stephenson way and are being rowdy, using drugs, drinking and causing damage to street furnishings
Issued: February 2019
What we are doing:Police have planned to increase their presence in the area and have a clear patrol strategy where uniformed PC's and PCSO's will visit problem locations and engage with groups using these areas. We have a close working relationship with the local schools and are sharing information with them to identify ring leaders and in partnership with the local council will deal with any individuals identified robustly. We are also receiving support from the Youth Offending Service's IMPACT team who will also make visits to the area and seek to engage with any groups they encounter. Our aim will be to challenge and hold to account individuals who have over stepped the mark and educate others to understand the impact their actions are having on their community. Issued: February 2019
Convent Drive, Stoke Golding had fallen victim to significant ASB which was being caused by a number of individuals on the estate which was having a detrimental impact on residents.
Behaviour reported including, screaming and shouting, drug dealing, excessive noise, and intimidation.
Issued: December 2018
What we are doing:Throughout the month we have worked closely with the housing association and Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council. The perpetrators have been identified and issued with a number of community protection notice warnings (CPNW) which sets out standards of behaviours. If these are breached they will be re-issued with a full Community Protection Notice (CPN), if the 2nd notice is breached fines can be issued to those responsible. An interim injunction order has also been obtained and served on one resident. The order manages behaviours and if breached carries a power of arrest. The housing association has also issued tenancy warnings and is prepared to take action should tenancy's continue to be breached. In partnership with the local authority we have secured a closure order against an address in the street that appeared to be a focus for a number of these issues. We are continuing to monitor the situation and respond to incidents reported to us and will continue to target any individuals identified as instigating further problems.