Local policing priorities for Redditch South West and Rural

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Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities in this neighbourhood.

Priority

Anti Social Behaviour in Morton Stanley Park and Redditch Golf Course.

The team have received reports of Anti Social Behaviour in and around the Skate park within Morton Stanley Park. It is believed this may be linked to reports of youths entering the wooded area behind the Skate park to start fires and access the Redditch Golf Course.  

 

Issued 8 September, 2017

Action taken

Extra patrols by local officers and working with Redditch Golf club to find ways to reduce ASB on the course.

Actioned 8 September, 2017

Priority

ASB around Tidbury Close flats

The local Policing team have received multiple reports of Anti Social behaviour and drug activity in and around the small block of flats in Tidbury Close, Redditch.

Reports suggest this involves groups of youths acting anti socially, noise issues and possible drug dealing.

Issued 8 September, 2017

Action taken

The Safer Neighbourhood Team are working with partner agencies to find solutions to the Anti social behaviour and are conducting extra high visability and plain clothes patrols to identify any drug related activity.

Actioned 8 September, 2017

Priority

Anti Social Behaviour - ASTWOOD BANK PARK

There have been complaints regarding youths congregating near to the newly renovated skate park, being verbally abusive to members of the public and also reports of smells of cannabis at the location.

Issued 8 September, 2017

Action taken

Officers from the local Safer Neighbourhood Team have been conducting regular patrols at the location and liaising with the local authority to try and address the issues raised.

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