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Police crackdown on antisocial behaviour in Egremont

[C]umbria Police are aware of a number of incidents regarding youth-related antisocial behaviour around Orgill Estate, Egremont.

Antisocial behaviour will not be tolerated by Cumbria Police as it can have a detrimental effect on local communities.

PCSO Sarah Brown said: “We are increasing patrols in the area and dealing with any young people involved in this sort of behaviour. We are working closely with the local secondary school to provide a multi-agency approach to the issue, as well as educating the pupils on the effects of anti-social behavior.”

Any young people who are found to be acting in an antisocial manner will be referred back to their parents and be spoken to by officers from the Copeland problem solving team. We also urge all parents of teenage children to make sure they know where their children are and know of their activity.

If the behaviour of a young person is deemed as serious they could find themselves prosecuted.

Anyone with any information regarding anti social behaviour please contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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