launch crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Burnham
police have launched a crackdown on anti-social behaviour in the
town following a series of incidents in recent days.
and water bombs were thrown at vehicles in Westfield Road, Burnham
earlier this week. And, seperately, two deliberate fires were
set in Highbridge, as first reported here.
Pete Williams of the Burnham beat team told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"If you have teenage children can you answer 'where are your
children now', 'who are they with' and 'what are they doing?'
If you don't know the answer, it could be the local police who
provide you with the details."
take all reports of anti-social behaviour very seriously and will
deal with identified offenders very positively. We have a number
of sanctions available to us that could result in people being
the summer months there is often a increase in the numbers of
incidents reported to us. We need to know where it is happening
so we can respond. All the team at Burnham are tasked specifically
by the Inspector to ensure we deal positively with and follow
up all reports. We are determined to ensure that everyone can
be safe and feel safe during this summer."
wishing to report incidents of anti-social behaviour can do so
by contacting the police on 0845 456 7000.