Campaign against speeders extended
A CRACKDOWN on anti-social behaviour and speeding, which has been taken place in Sawtry, is set to continue. The move follows the latest neighbourhood policing team s panel meeting when residents asked for the two issues to be priorities. High visibility
A CRACKDOWN on anti-social behaviour and speeding, which has been taken place in Sawtry, is set to continue.
The move follows the latest neighbourhood policing team's panel meeting when residents asked for the two issues to be priorities.
High visibility patrols have already been conducted in village's hotspots to help tackle the problems, and this work will continue.
Sector Inspector Andrew Pickles said: "The patrols have led to officers giving out formal warnings for cannabis as well as issuing several 'Guardian Awareness Program' (GAP) letters to the parents of young people involved in anti-social behaviour."
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Sergeant Shaun Ryan, who leads the team, added: "The team will continue to work hard to crackdown on those issues that are concerning residents as we strive to raise satisfaction and confidence in local policing."
The next neighbourhood policing panel meeting will take place on Monday, December 3 in Sawtry Old School Hall.
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