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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:
The residents of School Road Kibworth are suffering ongoing issues with local youths.
The youths are causing Anti Social Behaviour by way of gathering on the street and causing noise and disruption to the residents and also low level criminal offences by throwing objects at the windows of local residents causing damage.
Due to the layout of the village the youths seem to be using the road as a cut through to access one end of the village to the other.
One end of the village is a large housing area and the other is the village centre. The youths are gathering around food and drink outlets within the centre.
The park is also being used as a venue to run away to and escape once objects are thrown at premises.
The residents have been suffering this behaviour for a period of weeks/months and the Anti Social Behaviour integrated approach will be utlisied with any identified offenders/suspects.
Partner agencies are being consulted with the view of a joint approach to problem solving
Issued: October 2017
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
What we are doing:Officers have identified an address as the source of some of the issues relating to problems with off road bikes and quad bikes in the village and are working closely with the district planning authority to take the relevant action against the house hold. We have attempted to tailor our patrols to of the village to evenings and weekend and sit up in the topical locations but have yet to witness any of the activities that have been reported to us. There is a multi agency planned operation for later this month where will be looking to address any offending vehicle we locate and our efforts will continue to patrol the village and progress the investigation leads on the problem address highlighted to us Issued: September 2017