Police out tackling antisocial behaviour in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 07:49 24 January 2018 | UPDATED: 07:50 24 January 2018

Knella Road in Welwyn Garden City.

Knella Road in Welwyn Garden City.

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Police in Welwyn Garden City are continuing their efforts to tackle antisocial behaviour and were out on the streets last night.

Officers from the Welwyn Hatfield North division tweeted last night: “Good bit of foot patrol earlier, followed by a joint visit with Welwyn Hatfield Council for somebody identified as being persistently involved in antisocial behaviour.”

Officers were patrolling in Broadwater Road, Bridge Road East, Peartree Lane, Ludwick Way, Knella Road, Mill Green Road and Holwell Road.

On January 18, police moved on a number of vehicles from Moneyhole Park following several calls about loud vehicles and music.

Vehicle details taken and letters were sent out to vehicle owners.

*You can report antisocial behaviour by calling the non-emergency police number 101.

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