Tackling antisocial behaviour and speeding are the top priorities of police across the Great Yarmouth area.

Officers held a series of public Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meetings in March to determine the issues people wanted them to tackle as a priority.

In Yarmouth, officers will be tackling antisocial behaviour reported at the Beach Coach Station car park, Peggotty Road and Cobholm.

In Gorleston, police will target issues including antisocial behaviour and shoplifting on the High Street, vehicle antisocial behaviour in Bradwell and issues around Magdalen Square.

Measures will be taken to curb speeding in parts of Caister and surrounding villages, with particular emphasis placed on Repps Road, Martham and Station Road in Ormesby.

In the southern villages, officers will patrol the areas' green spaces, and there will be more school engagement with St Nicholas Priory Primary School in Yarmouth town centre.

SNAP meetings are held in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Scratby every three months. The public is kept up to date with recent policing matters and has the chance to have their say on what officers should target next.

Great Yarmouth's next SNAP meeting will be held at St Nicholas Priory on June 6.