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Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
Earl Shilton Town Council, business owners and local residents have raised some concerns about Anti social behaviour on Wood Street.
The ASB manifests itself a group young teenagers congregating, making excessive noise, intimidating passers -by and littering.
We intend on proactively dealing with this problem that has been raised by the community. If you have information or concerns please email me from this website and mark it for the attention of Sgt 1556 Butterworth. Updates to follow.
Issued: September 2017
What we are doing:Our concerns are that a small group of youths may be acting in a manner that causes alarm and distress to others in and around the local Wood Street Park. The Local neighbourhood team are interested to hear from anyone with information surrounding anyone that they consider may be involved in any anti-social behaviour in this area no matter what this is. Partners already involved and assisting with this are priority locally are. The Street Pastors Substance Misuse Outreach worker Detached Youth Work Earl Shilton Youth Club IMPACT Team. neighbourhood officers along with partners have been patrolling this area to gather intelligence around youths involved. we are pleased to report that our early findings are that things appear to be returning back to normal. with the young people using wood street park acting more reasonable. Issued: December 2017