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St Matthews saying no to anti-social behaviour

Posted on - 4th December, 2013 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Lancashire Police, St Matthews

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Over recent months, local residents have raised concerns about levels of antisocial behaviour in hotspot areas across the neighbourhood. Local policing teams had been responding and working with those involved however it was felt a more innovative way of working needed to be found.

Co-ordination with Preston Police, Community Gateway Association, Lancashire Young Peoples Service, Fishwick Rangers and Street Pastors has now meant that activities and interventions are being run and set up for local children and young people plus work with families and adults across the ward.

For more information about the activities taking place get in touch with Rosie Green via email [email protected] or why not follow her on Twitter @RosieGreenPCC or call on 01772 906465.

* Article submitted on behalf of Community Engagement, Preston City Council www.preston.gov.uk/communities *

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