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PremierLeague-News.Com - There have been outreach attempts following recent high profile antisocial incidents

Liverpool news Area in Merseyside where antisocial behaviour is rising PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - There have been outreach attempts following recent high profile antisocial incidents

Liverpool news Area in Merseyside where antisocial behaviour is rising PremierLeague-News.Com
06 August 2022 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Merseyside Police have identified some of the key areas to tackle in the fight against antisocial behaviour. As part of the "antisocial behaviour week of action", both police and St Helens Council outreach teams held several events around the borough in an attempt to make inroads to the community and address concerns. The ECHO caught up with police Sgt Vicki Kendall and council outreach worker Debbie Hill. READ MORE:Expert shares how long you can leave a dog home alone Debbie, who works with "troubled" young people in the community on a regular basis, told the ECHO: "There are certain areas that have reputations around them and are labelled but I think no areas are particularly bad. "Us and the police have had a few dispersal zones set up across the borough such as the Duckeries in Parr and the town centre. "But we haven't had to bring one in for a few months so I think it really goes to show that our efforts in getting through to the community is working.

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. The footage shows a delivery driver surrounded by a group of teenagers as they kick him to the floor. Witnesses claim to have seen the group 'biting' the man, and shouting racist abuse. When asked about the town centre, Debbie said: "We don't think some areas are particularly bad, but we have done more work in certain areas." Police and the council claim their week of action against antisocial behaviour was a success - Sgt Kendall explained the community has engaged strongly with their attempts to make themselves more visible in the community. Earlier in the year, Merseyside Police described tackling antisocial behaviour as a 'key priority'. READ NEXT A Place in the Sun fans make same complaint as Channel 4 show returns for new series Coronation Street actress supported as she's second star to announce exit this week ITV GMB's Ben Shephard steps in as Nadine Dorries snaps at Ranvir Singh Jane McDonald's four stone weight loss as star shares snack tips for cravings Everything that's happened in the 'Wagatha' saga as verdict due today

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