Urinating, defecating, spitting, or continuing to use (or give up) alcohol or other intoxicating substances risks a £1,000 fine as of ten days ago – but only in Brands Hill, the Westfield estate, and Colnbrook.
Slough Borough Council officers are struggling to cope with an unusually high number of code-of-conduct complaints against councillors in the last six months – with two made by members of Colnbrook with Poyle Parish Council.
Three young brothers who have been terrorising Colnbrook residents for years have been issued with youth injunctions following action by Slough Borough Council. Maidenhead Youth Court issued injunctions for 12 months against Danny Smith, 12, Mickey Dean Smith, 14, and Billy Smith, 16, from Moreland Avenue, Colnbrook, after a litany of complaints and reports from neighbours, police, local businesses and residents.
Parents are being asked to warn their children about the risks of joining in with the current “killer clown” craze sweeping the county in this month’s update from the Neighbourhood Police Team.
There were no dead bodies, and nothing sinister, but local police cordoned off a section of the footpath on Vicarage Way last night following an altercation between a ginger haired boy and two girls – which may or may not have been harmless.
There has been an outpouring of disgust on social media following the announcement that the Diamond Jubilee Clock in the centre of Colnbrook has been the victim of vandalism.
Anti social behaviour was again targeted by Neighbourhood Police last month, with one local youth arrested in the Moreland Avenue area.
A multi-agency team led by Slough Borough Council dropped in on residents in the Horton Road area in an unprecedented door knocking exercise to discover residents’ views – as well as warning of a clampdown on anti-social behaviour and other “low level” crime.
Good news if you live near one of Colnbrook’s parks plagued by late night anti social behaviour: new powers will now enable you to force agencies together to take a “joined up, problem-solving approach” to find a solution.
Twenty youths were removed from Pippins Park in the early hours of Saturday morning following an attack on the new tennis court.
Slough Borough Council has appealed over Twitter for help in resolving the problem of vandalised lamp posts in Colnbrook.
Police have been carrying out ‘stop and searches’ on youngsters in the area in an effort to prevent attacks on lamp posts.