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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:
Greater Hinckley Dedicated Neighbourhoods Team and our partners have received reports in regards to anti-social behaviour at Queens Park, Hinckley. The reports include groups of youths drinking, fighting and causing a general nuisance. Other reports relate to people playing golf with little or no regard for the safety and welfare of people using the area.
Issued: October 2016
What we are doing:Patrols have been set up in the area. The public order situation has been resolved. We continue to work with our partners to resolve the other issues. A warning letter has been issued to two members of the public who were found to be playing golf. Patrols have been increased in the area. Issued: January 2017
That there were reports of anti-social behaviour in and around Weavers Court, Hinckley.
Issued: July 2016
What we are doing:The Greater Hinckley Dedicated Neighbourhood Team received reports of anti-social behaviour in and around Weavers Court, Hinckley. One of the main perpetrators has been arrested and conditional bail set. Referrals have been made. The Neighbourhood Team have also set up support in relation to a vulnerable victim who lives in the area. A Criminal Behaviour Order has been obtained in an effort to control the behaviour of a resident. House to house has been completed and local residents reassured, where this was found to be necessary. The Greater Hinckley Dedicated Neighbourhood Team continues to work with partners to seek a long term solution. Issued: January 2017
The Greater Hinckley Dedicated Neighbourhood Team has received reports and information around a core group of perpetrators causing anti-social behaviour in and around Palmer Road, Hinckley.
Issued: June 2016
What we are doing:Door to door visits were made to local residents in June. The Greater Hinckley Dedicated Neighbourhoods Team were assisted by Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council anti-social behaviour team, local Ward Councillors and housing officers. This exercise was repeated recently and the information gained has helped shape work going forward. Tenancy enforcement was taken against one of the alleged perpetrators. 5 warrants were carried out in nearby streets and a large quantity of cannabis recovered. Police and Partners continue to work on the issue, using our anti-social behaviour case management system. Issued: January 2017