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Updated Sep 10th
Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
In recent weeks there has been an increase in the volume of anti-social behaviour reported to us. This anti-social behaviour on the whole is typically seasonal and in line with historical data. Local residents have raised this as a concern directly with officers or via their local councillors. This type of ASB is largely linked to young adults in and around recreational areas who are consuming alcohol and making excess noise at unreasonable hours.
Issued: July 2018
What we are doing:July 2018 As a local neighbourhood team we are continually accessing where our demand lies in response to ASB. Officers are they deployed based on the frequency and severity of incidents. Once these areas are identified officers will be out proactively patrolling and seeking to identify perpetrators. Those perpetrators will then be managed via the tiered ASB response which includes, verbal warning, written warnings, ABC Contracts and if the behaviours are not stopped civil injunction orders. August 2018 - Since setting this priority we have received an increase in reports of anti-social behaviour in Markfield. As a result officers have focused on this area. They have been able to identify 2 individuals who are now been managed by PCSO Hunt under the tiered ASB approach. September 2018 - ASB continue to be an issue for local residents, officers now know who the suspects are and they are been actively and robustly managed by the beat team. Issued: September 2018