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BUGBROOKE - Millennium Green ASB

Alert message sent 02/07/2020 19:03:00

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Last weekend there were several reports of anti social behaviour at Bugbrooke Millennium Green reported on social media. Including reports of broken bottles etc. The Police was not made aware of anything happening at the time, and therefore were unable to attend.

Whilst out and about patrolling I have seen groups of young people using the Millennium Green but in no way did I consider their behaviour to be anti social, and they were indeed very respectful. We have to remember the the Government has been encourage us to meet outside as they ease lockdown and young people are no different.

However also on patrols this week I have noticed a large increase in litter, not only ar the Millennium Green but also on the Recreational Ground on Camp Close.

I have also spoken to one youth about the manner in which they ride their motorcycle, following complaints.

This evening whilst sat at the top of Ace Lane and group of young people on bikes gathered on The Greem at around 1730. Whilst there they were having rather a loud conversation and I overheard the F-word used loudly and repeatedly a number of times. I also noticed a young child at the front window of a nearby property.

There are some suggestions that I use fines, however they are restrictions as to whom we can fine, age of the perpatrator being one of those restrictions.

Ultimately this is about respect, respect for the environment and the surroundings. We would be grateful if you could speak your children and teach them values of community living.
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Matthew Taylor (Police, Police Community Support Officer (C7115), Daventry & South Northants)
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