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Increase in Anti-Social Behaviour

Alert message sent 11/11/2020 20:48:00

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Anti-social behaviour has been reported in your neighbourhood


Dear Resident,

If you are experiencing any type of Anti-Social Behaviour, I would like to urge you to report them through to Humberside Police using our 101 or on-line reporting system. We have seen an increase in anti-social behaviour during October and subsequently it is a Ward priority for your us.

We will address this issue by contact local Schools/Academies and obtaining the details for those involved where we will link in with our partner agencies where we will consider issuing a anti-social behaviour warning letter to those responsible and a letter will also be sent through to their parents, making them aware what their child is up too.

Parents, I appreciate that we are not always with our child(ren) - however I would appreciate your assistance and urge them that there is a difference between 'having fun' and being 'impactive' on someone else's life whereby it can cause them harassment, alarm or distress.

Your local Policing team will continue to address this Ward priority and we will arrange with our local Schools/Academies to educate all of our youths.

If you have any issues, please let me know.

Feel free to share this with your family, friends, neighbours and social media.

Kind Regards

Dave, Scotty and Charlotte.





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David Cave (Police, Police Constable, Grimsby East Haverstoe, Humberston and New Waltham Ward)

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