South Ribble Police to host anti-social behaviour Q&A session

Posted on - 16th July, 2021 - 3:44pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, South Ribble News
Police are notifying people about the Q&A

South Ribble Police have taken to social media to notify the community that next week (week beginning Monday, July 19) marks the start of anti-social behaviour awareness week.


This is a national campaign which aims to highlight the type of action police take daily to tackle anti-social behaviour within our communities.

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To kick-off initiatives, in the evening of Monday July 19 2021, police will be hosting a live Facebook Q&A session where South Ribble Police’s Sgt Burgess will be answering all of your anti-social behaviour related questions.

Sgt Burgess said: “Get your questions ready and see you then!”

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