Tackling Anti-social Behaviour in Falsgrave and Stepney
A cross-party group of councillors from Scarborough Borough Council’s Falsgrave and Stepney wards in Scarborough has arranged a public meeting to look at how the community can work together to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.
The meeting titled, ‘Booze, drugs and difficult neighbours’, will be held on Monday 26 October at 7.30pm at The Undercroft, St James Church, Seamer Road. Councillors Dilys Cluer, Lynn Bastiman, John Ritchie and Liz Colling are inviting residents from the two wards to attend the meeting, hear what can be done about the problems and join in the discussion.
The meeting will also be attended by officers from the council and North Yorkshire Police.
It will include an update from the Multi Agency Community Impact Team, which can help tackle issues such as drug use (both legal and illegal), alcohol-related anti-social behaviour and anti-social neighbour disputes.
Speaking on behalf of all the ward councillors, Cllr Dilys Cluer said:
"This is hopefully the first in a series of meetings arranged by the revised Falsgrave and Stepney Community and Police Group to keep all of us in touch and to help tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and other problems that may arise in the wards."
Anyone that may find it difficult to access the The Undercroft from Seamer Road can use the level entrance via the garden gate on Valley Road.
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