Harlow police chief makes appeal to residents over anti-social behaviour

News / Sat 24th Jun 2017 at 04:24pm

Matt Cornish

ESSEX Police in Harlow are continuing to take action against those responsible following reports of anti-social behaviour in the district.

Chief Inspector Matt Cornish District Commander for Harlow, said: “We are aware of concerns relating to anti-social behaviour in parts of Harlow, including the Staple Tye area, we have been working closely with residents and shop owners through a number of different methods to tackle to the issues presented.

“I want to reassure residents, customers and shop owners it is something we take very seriously. We have had a plan to tackle the issues in place for sometime, this plan is on-going and relies on the help of the community.

“A significant amount of community policing resources along with help from local shops to support us have been involved in the process so far as well as youth ambassadors attending the area every week for the past few months.

“I would encourage the Harlow community to continue to engage with our officers.

“No-one should be subjected to behaviour which leaves them with concern for their safety or welfare where they live.

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1 Comment for Harlow police chief makes appeal to residents over anti-social behaviour:

2017-06-24 23:08:11

Lots of people know who who these scrotes are and not just in Staple Tye area but across the town,it's now time to speak out and get the little scumbags banged up before we have another death to contend with.

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