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Update on ASB in New Waltham: 20th July 2021

Alert message sent 20/07/2021 16:51:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police


Good News!


Dear Resident,

This alert is an update from yesterday's alert that was sent out.

Today (Tuesday 20th July 2021), Pc Cave in consultation with ASB coordinator for North East Lincolnshire Council, have issued another ASB warning letter to a youth who was causing anti-social behaviour by specifically targeting an address by throwing eggs at it. A letter has also been sent through to the parents of the youth making them aware.

We are aware of the impact that anti-social behaviour can have on families and the lasting effect it can have as well. Pc Cave does attend our local Schools and make the students aware of the impact that anti-social behaviour could have on families.

As part of ASB awareness week, we will continue to deal with all aspects of anti-social behaviour and by keeping you updated with our results, will hopefully show our commitment to you our Community.

If you are experiencing any form of anti-social behaviour, we would like to urge you to report it on 101 or on-line. If it is an emergency please always use 999.

Together we can make a difference.

Kind Regards

#YouSaidWeDid

Dave
Cleethorpes Policing Team



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