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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:
There has been an increase in reports of youths congregating and taking drugs in car parks across the fosse village’s area. This usually tends to be in cannabis form and is generally being smoked by young people recreationally. Coupled with the drug taking the youths make noise, are rowdy, inconsiderate and anti-social. This ranges from vehicle related anti-social behaviour to shouting swearing and littering.
We will be working with the local parish councils and District Council to see if their civil enforcement officers will visit highlighted sites to enforce and educate users. The neighbourhood team will be patrolling the areas and identifying persons involved in this ASB and taking appropriate action where possible.
Issued: March 2018
What we are doing:Officers have been conducting proactive patrols around the areas of concern and as such have engaged with a number of youths found to be causing vehicle related anti-social behaviour in the area of Stoney Stanton. These youths were reported to the team after causing noise issues for the local residents. The youths engaged well with officers and fully understood that it was unacceptable. They have been issued with words of advice and this has been recorded on the Leicestershire anti-social behaviour system called (sentinel). Our patrols will continue and we will endeavour to minimise any ASB on the beat area. UPDATE 01/05/18: Further youths have been identified and dealt with in relation to ASB in Stoney Stanton. This group were gathering on the Car Park at Carey Hill Park. A Police ASB warning was issued to all of the youths that were in attendance and they have subsequently moved on from the location. Officers have also dealt with one youth who was stopped for driving with no licence, insurance, MOT or TAX. The vehicle was recovered and the driver will be attending court in due course. Patrols will continue in identified area and positive appropriate action taken including educating and enforcement. Issued: May 2018