Officers say it has been a "great tool at disrupting local anti-social
In response to concerns from people at Morpeth, officers from Northumbria Police carried out patrols at specific times and locations in November to prevent anti-social
behaviour and provide reassurance to members of the public that their issues were being addressed.
Recently the Anti-Social
Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 came to fruition which will aid in evicting rogue tenants as well as those that are generally being disruptive.
She said: "We have found this operation has made a real difference to the level of anti-social
behaviour in the area.
During the visit three tenants received a notice of seeking possession of their properties following several issues of anti-social
behaviour on the Metro.
The seminar has been held in response to the views which came out of the consultation on the Executive s Community Safety Strategy, consultees wanted the statutory response to anti-social
behaviour to deliver for the community.
Across KirKlees, Safer Schools officers will be reinforcing the message about how seriously they treat anti-social
behaviour and to remind students that their actions have a community-wide impact.
Some 30% of respondents to the 2011/12 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) said they had personally experienced or witnessed at least one anti-social
problem in their area, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
BTP's Sector Commander for Wales, Chief Inspector Sandra England, said: "With the onset of lighter nights, Easter is a time when, traditionally, incidents of anti-social
behaviour, trespassing and vandalism increase.
Findings from the Safer Caerphilly Community Safety Partnership (SCCSP) Strategic Assessment, considered by local authority members recently, showed excellent results including "impressive" reductions in crime and anti-social
Sir Denis O'Connor said improvements have been made but it was impossible to rule out further fatal episodes of anti-social
behaviour such as the high-profile case of Fiona Pilkington from Barwell who killed herself and her disabled daughter Francecca Hardwick following 10 years of sustained abuse.
Karen Bateman has been charged with the job of encouraging more people to pursue complaints so robust action can be taken to curb the anti-social
antics of gangs making some residents' lives a misery.