Police to target cemetery drunks

MOTORISTS speeding on Caister Road in Great Yarmouth and drunks loitering in the town's cemeteries will be targeted by officers from North Yarmouth Safer Neighbourhood Team.

MOTORISTS speeding on Caister Road in Great Yarmouth and drunks loitering in the town's cemeteries will be targeted by officers from North Yarmouth Safer Neighbourhood Team.

Problems with speeding, alcoholics congregating in the cemeteries and the safety of cyclists and mobility scooter users were chosen as the three policing priorities for the area at the teams latest KIN (Key Individual Network) meeting, held at the Hamilton Hotel, Yarmouth.

Priorities set for the last two months were reviewed and members of the public agreed that anti-social behaviour around the White Horse Plain and Beaconsfield playing field had been addressed. The public also felt a meeting held between police and local youths was positive.

The next meeting will be held at the Hamilton Hotel on October 23 at 7.30pm.


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