Categories: antisocial behaviour
Joint operation targets crime on city trams
A joint operation between police and the Nottingham tram network is helping to reduce crime and make passengers feel safe when they get onboard. Officers travelled on the trams this week to reassure the public and take a robust stance against those causing antisocial behaviour and other issues onboard and on platforms.
WATCH | Police take to the streets to crackdown on ASB in Newark
A suspected shoplifter and a suspect wanted for a drug offence were arrested during a day of action designed to tackle antisocial behaviour (ASB) in Newark. Neighbourhood officers patrolled the area in a new dedicated ASB car and took to the streets in plain clothes as part of an operation to help crackdown on troublemakers.
Joint operation to drive down nuisance motorbikes sees significant results
Nuisance motorbike reports have decreased significantly following a targeted initiative in a Mansfield hotspot. Over the last six weeks, Nottinghamshire Police and Mansfield District Council have worked together to target illegal riders who have been creating issues for residents in the Pleasley, Radmanthwaite, Bull Farm and Burlington Road areas.
Comprehensive approach tackles antisocial behaviour in Beeston area
A successful high-visibility police operation is helping to make a difference to the lives of young people in the Beeston area as well as driving down antisocial behaviour.
ASB Awareness Week: How police are tackling issues at popular city park
Neighbourhood police have revealed the range of crime-cracking measures that are helping to reduce antisocial behaviour at a popular city recreation area. The Forest Recreation Ground had become a hotspot for antisocial behaviour with officers receiving frequent calls about offending in and around the green space.
'Don't be That Guy' - police urge men to question their behaviour towards women
Men are being encouraged to question their attitudes and behaviours towards women as part of a hard-hitting police campaign on sexual violence. Nottinghamshire Police’s latest crime prevention campaign explores one of the root causes of violence against women – the attitudes and behaviours of men.