Anti social behaviour
Reported anonymously at 14:06, Monday 30 April 2018
Sent to Stratford-on-Avon District Council and Warwickshire County Council 4 minutes later
During warm weather there is a large problem with large groups of people parking on the causeway, or on the double yellow lines at the end of the causeway. The majority of the groups tend to stand around smoking cannabis, and it is mostly large groups of asians who are the common culprit. We have many many photos of such incidents, taken over lots of different days, there are different groups, but there is a common variable. They are all asian. We have also collated a large record of the number plates of the vehicles that regularly flout the law. The police have been called on numerous occasions, yet there is never any follow up response, and no police car or personnel ever attend. This problem is only going to get worse as the weather gets better. Something needs to be done asap before a vigilante group takes things into their own hands.
Suggestions: 1. Report it to Crimestoppers. 2. When you report future incidents to the Police ensure you get given incident numbers. +++++ Yes, it is extremely disappointing that the local Police don't provide even a bit of feedback to local residents who report things. This is the case in Neighbourhood Watch schemes, yes, a very sad situation.
Posted by Worcestershire Resident at 06:45, Tuesday 1 May 2018
As this enquiry relates to anti social behaviour Warwickshre County Council cannot assist. Reports of parking on double yellow lines can be reported to NSL who issue parking tickets on behalf of the County Council. Here is a link to their email: http://warwickshire.gov.uk/ contraveningparkingrestrictions
Posted by county highways at 09:33, Tuesday 1 May 2018
Here is just one picture of a nightly example/ Large group of asian males, walking the full width of malthouse lane. When a car approached them they only moved once the car had got to them and come to a complete stop. When a cyclist coming down the road approached them, they completely refused to move and shouted at him. They use the safety in numbers and intimidation tactics very well.
Posted anonymously at 12:15, Wednesday 2 May 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 13:07, Tuesday 29 May 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 13:52, Tuesday 26 June 2018
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