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Hagley and Rubery parents warned about their children getting involved in anti-social behaviour over Christmas

Bromsgrove Editorial 15th Dec, 2018

OFFICERS from the Hagley and Rubery Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) are urging parents to make sure they know their children’s whereabouts at night, writes Ryan Smith.

The police are expecting an increase in ant-social behaviour over the festive period and the plea has been issued as part of the force’s Christmas clampdown on vandalism, street drinking, fireworks misuse and littering.

PC Marc Ginder, from Hagley and Rubery SNT, said the police, local authorities, fire and rescue service and social housing landlords had a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour.

He urged anyone having any problems to call the police on 999 in an emergency or 101 for a non-emergency.


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