Aylesbury police working to reduce antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove Park

Aylesbury East Neighbourhood patrol team are working hard to stop antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove Park.
Thames Valley Police said they had received information from 'concerned members of the community' about antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove ParkThames Valley Police said they had received information from 'concerned members of the community' about antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove Park
Thames Valley Police said they had received information from 'concerned members of the community' about antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove Park

Thames Valley Police said they had received information from 'concerned members of the community' about antisocial behaviour in Bedgrove Park.

Following reports yesterday, they sent out the Aylesbury East Neighbourhood Patrol Team to engage and deal with individuals who were suspected of causing the disturbances.

TVP have been meeting with Buckinghamshire Council representatives to talk about how they can make Bedgrove Park a place 'everyone can enjoy'.

They said they were looking forward to continuing the partnership and working together so they can continue to reduce incidents of antisocial behaviour.

Thames Valley Police issued the following statement: : "Aylesbury East Neighbourhood Patrol Team will continue to patrol this as part of our regular patrols and deal appropriately with anyone who is suspected to be involved in antisocial Behaviour.

"We would like to remind the community that the only way we can deal with any ASB is if you report it to us.

"So please report any incidents of ASB as and when they may occur so we can deal promptly and robustly with any individuals or groups."