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Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
It has been reported to us that drivers and riders of vehicles (primarily) in the village of Fleckney and also in the surrounding areas have been causing disruption to local residents, businesses and members of the public by way using their vehicles in an anti social behaviour. This involves driving the vehicles in a noisy manner, speeding, gathering in public places and driving erractically.
We plan to address this issue by increasing our policing presence in the villages and dealing with any offending party we witness or is identified to us. We are also looking to work with the fire service to offer edcuaction and prevention advice and we will also be inviting DVSA and EmOps traffic department to identify problem vehicles and ensure they are fully road worth and all modification legitimate, road worthy and declared to their insurance companies.
We will also be looking to disrupt the gathering points and known driving routes
Issued: August 2017
You told us that there are youths causing anti social behavior in the area of Fleckney Road in Kibworth. Youths have reportedly been congregating late in the evening, drinking alcohol and causing a nuisance. In previous years this has escalated and resulted in low scale criminal damage and littering.
You have told us that there are problems with youths causing criminal damage and anti social behaviour in the area of St Wilfrids close in Kibworth.
You have told us that there are issues with youths in the area of the Golden Shields pub in Fleckney who may be involved in smoking cannabis.
Issued: June 2017
What we are doing:We intend to increase patrols in the area to identify the youths involved and engage with them to stop this behaviour. By providing a dedicated car to respond to calls reporting anti social behaviour and by increasing patrols in the above areas and neighbouring villages we hope to deter this behaviour and reassure residents. Looking at this problem solving plan we have suffered a spike in ASB and low level offences such as criminal damage over a short period. This was addressed by recognising this trend internally within the team and reacting following reports from the public concerning the matter. The actions taken were to conduct foot patrol in the problem locations and engage with the youths we enocuntered. They were challenged and advised regarding future behaviour. The aggrieved parties were visited and reassured regarding our actions and intentions. Upon conducting a site survey it was identified that the lampposts along the walk way to the rear of St Wilfreds Close would support the deployment of the ASB camera that was purchased through the community safety partnership and bidding for this placement is ongoing. This was reflected postively on engagement with the local residents in a confidence and crime reduction aim. It would appear that by placing beat officers in the right place and at the right time and by engaging with youths in the location the ongoing issues have reduced. We have not had any issues reported for a period of weeks now and efforts will be ongoing to continue this reduction and enhance the residents confidence in our abilities to manage the issues. Looking at the problem solving triange to manage this issue we have influenced the following:- - Location Patrols have been conducted and looking at deploying the ASB camera to further increase the management of the location - Offenders Local youths and those know for similar issues have been spoken to and advised. We have also reviewed the ASB process to look to manage anybody found to the committig the actions or offences - Aggrieved They have been visited and advised regarding our actions and ongoing intentions This priority will now be closed as it is felt that the initial spike and rise in incidents has been address and managing this topic will fall to within our daily business Issued: July 2017