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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 a reported rise in anti social behaviour in the neighbouring villages of Kibworth and Fleckney where a small number of youths have been reported to be participating in acts such as throwing objects at persons, damaging items and causing a general nuisance.
Issued: January 2017
What we are doing:Efforts have been made to identify the youths which has been successful. They have been spoken to with parents and school staff to look to highlight that their actions are unacceptable and look to manage their actions and behaviour going into the future. Patrols have been conducted around the two villages and in particular hot spot locations to add a visible police presence to reassure the public and deter offending parties. Officers have made efforts to feed back to the local community and reassure them of our actions to date and hopefully demonstrate what our actions have acheived to date. Harborough district council have also been involved with the intial integrated management of the anti social behaviour problem and this will be reviewed if further incidents occur. Officers have continued to dedicate patrols and resources to managing this issue. Following our efforts of interacting with the schools and managing the youths with the assiatance of teaching staff and parents and directed police patrols it appears that the issues caused are decreasing. We are aware of known areas where the youths will congregate and their behaviour will be monitored. We are working with partner agencies to supply bins to reduce the litter element being caused. This priority will remain open as the Spring approaches to ensure the community has any emerging anti social behaviour addressed before they impact. Issued: March 2017