Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour

July 16th 2020

The best way to tackle problems with anti-social behaviour is to have a greater police presence. As we all know, funding for the police has been cut back and it will take a while to recover. In the meantime, we need to make it clear that we need more policing here and now.

Police are allocated to areas with the most problems, and to demonstrate we have an escalating problem here we have to provide the evidence. This means that we all need to report each incident through an official channel. Facebook doesn’t count.

If there is an ongoing incident, dial 999. If it is a non-emergency, please still report it either by dialling 101 or using the online 101 reporting system: https://services.devon-cornwall.police.uk/crimereporting/ or emailing: 101@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk

More reporting will result in more policing. Report – report – report!

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