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Police report success in anti-social fight

PUBLISHED: 10:58 09 September 2010 | UPDATED: 11:59 16 September 2010

POLICE are claiming success in their fight against anti-social behaviour incidents in an area of Caister.

The Caister Safer Neighbourhood Team revealed increased police patrols have reduced the number of anti-social behaviour incidents outside the village hall on the High Street at a meeting of the Caister and Coastal Villages Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel.

POLICE are claiming success in their fight against anti-social behaviour incidents in an area of Caister.

The Caister Safer Neighbourhood Team revealed increased police patrols have reduced the number of anti-social behaviour incidents outside the village hall on the High Street at a meeting of the Caister and Coastal Villages Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel.

Three new priorities were set which the team will focus on over the next four months which are wheelie bin fires, speeding in Rottenstone Lane, Beach Road in Scratby and Second Avenue and West Road in Caister, criminal damage in the coastal villages

Contact: Caister and Coastal Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team call 0845 4564567 or email sntcaistercoastalvillages@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.


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