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Trouble targeted in Swaffham

PUBLISHED: 15:10 28 July 2010 | UPDATED: 14:54 02 August 2010

Ian Clarke

A zero tolerance crackdown is being pledged on anti-social behaviour in the Swaffham area.

Local people have highlighted problems at Manor Way and Highfield Avenue in Swaffham and Necton Village Hall car park and play area and police and partners have agreed to work together to tackle the issues.

A ZERO tolerance crackdown is being pledged on anti-social behaviour in the Swaffham area.

Local people have highlighted problems at Manor Way and Highfield Avenue in Swaffham and Necton Village Hall car park and play area and police and partners have agreed to work together to tackle the issues.

Over the past two months anti-social behaviour and litter in the Couhe Close area of Swaffham and Swaffham town centre have been the policing priorities.

In Couhe Close, police have conducted door-to-door visits to every address and in the town centre officers from Swaffham Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) have carried out regular patrols and litter has been cleared from the alleyway in the Whitsands Road area.

People can attend their local street briefings at the town's market from 9.30-11am Saturday August 14 and Saturday September 25.

Contact: www.norfolk.police.uk or ring 0845 456 4567 or e-mail sntswaffham@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.


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