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Reporting ASB in Cotgrave

Alert message sent 08/02/2020 11:11:00

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In recent weeks we have had some updates from people connected with the town council and other local groups making us aware of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour) on the new paved area in front of the shops at The Cotgrave Hub.

With the exception of the recent issues around the Methodist church on Bingham Road and on one occasion around the library and medical centre, we have not been getting reports of ASB being rung directly to the Police on 101 or 999.

The local beat team are regularly on the paved area around the hub, when we are on duty. We also have a view over that area and the car parks from our station windows.

We are occasionally seeing small groups of young people congregating in that area; this does not necessarily constitute ASB. Where we observe behaviour that needs addressing we will take the appropriate action.

The beat team, based in Cotgrave, do see all jobs that are reported to the Police control room and will review these incidents on a regular basis. We do cover other villages on Rushcliffe so cannot always be in the centre of Cotgrave.

We ask that where residents witness ASB or criminal activity they ring the force control room on 101 or 999 as quickly as possible when the issue is seen.
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Howard Shinn (Police, PC 1603, Keyworth North & South, Tollerton, Wolds and Nevile (Rushcliffe South)
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