WISBECH: Residents tell police the issues that are bothering them the most

ANTI-social behaviour and public urination are among the priorities for the Wisbech policing team. The decision follows the team s panel meetings last week during which the following priorities were set for the next three months:WATERLEES:Anti-social b

ANTI-social behaviour and public urination are among the priorities for the Wisbech policing team.

The decision follows the team's panel meetings last week during which the following priorities were set for the next three months:

WATERLEES:

Anti-social behaviour and public drinking on the Waterlees playing field.


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Public urination in the area.

CLARKSON:

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Anti-social behaviour in Mill Close, De-Havilland Road and the town park.

Sector Inspector Robin Sissons said: "Residents and business representatives in the town have had their opportunity to get involved in the decisions surrounding the policing of their area.

"We will work towards the priorities set for the next three months in order to make Wisbech a safer place for its residents and those who visit.

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