Posted on 7th November 2016
Officers from the Chapel and Chinley Safer Neighbourhood Team will be heading out on the beat to clamp down on anti-social behaviour after listening to local residents.
This follows a priority meeting on Tuesday, November 1, whereby PCSO Karen Green met with local residents to set the new policing priorities to tackle over the winter months.
The policing team, made up of Sergeant Denis Murphy, PC Graham Mason, and PCSO Karen Green will be heading out into the community to deter any anti-social behaviour, particularly around the area of Chapel Memorial Park.
This includes groups of youths acting anti-socially, leaving litter behind and causing a noise nuisance to people living nearby.
The Safer Neighbourhood officers will be speaking to youngsters about the importance of being courteous to people living in the town and clearing up after themselves whilst still enjoying meeting with friends.
The team will be engaging with the youths to advise them about the consequences of anti-social behaviour and the impact that their behaviour can have on residents living close by.
PCSO Karen Green will also be working closely with local agencies to help tackle the issues of litter being left behind in and around the park.
To speak to the Chapel and Chinley Safer Neighbourhood Team call 101 or send them a message using the Contact Us section of our website here