Youth arrested following anti social behaviour crackdown in Morelands Avenue
Anti social behaviour was again targeted by Neighbourhood Police last month, with one local youth arrested.
The Neighbourhood Police team say that a local youth was arrested in the Moreland Avenue area last month. The arrest followed cooperation between the police and other agencies to tackle the continuing issue of anti social behaviour in the area.
The report is included in the Neighbourhood Update for October.
26 out of 85 crimes in the parish in August, the latest month for which figures are available, were for anti social behaviour – double for the same month last year. Incidents of ASB were spread fairly uniformly throughout the parish.
The Colnbrook/Poyle/Foxborough police team revealed some other good news stories:
- After working with residents and local authorities the local neighbourhood team successfully carried out a warrant at Humber Way (Langley).
- A licensing operation was carried out within the drinking establishments around the Colnbrook & Polye area this saw officers working with licence premises to ensure they are safe and operating within the licence agreement.
- A waste carrier stop check operation was carried out on Sutton Lane and London road, enforcing road safety.
The Neighbourhood Police Team was heavily involved in the Colnbrook Apple Fair. The police were on hand with emergency vehicles offering crime prevention advice; listening to concerns of the community; working alongside partner agencies; and engaging with local residents and children in the area.
The team is continuing to participate in the Hotel Watch Scheme, targeting issues such as theft from vehicles, anti social behaviour and child sexual exploitation within the hotels in the area.
Speed awareness operations will be coming up in the area.