Crackdown on anti-social behaviour among police priorities for Ipswich

Bramford Lane in Ipswich is one area where anti-social behaviour has been happening. File picture: P

Bramford Lane in Ipswich is one area where anti-social behaviour has been happening. File picture: PHIL MORLEY - Credit: Archant

Anti-social behaviour is among the priorities for police across Ipswich this summer, as officers crackdown on behaviour affecting people’s quality of life.

In east Ipswich, officers are targeting anti-social behaviour which has been happening on Rushmere Heath and nuisance motorists in Millennium Way, Kesgrave, at the Millennium Jubilee Hall.

In west Ipswich, police have identified a host of key problem areas for crime, including Bramford Lane, Ulster Avenue, Barnard Square and drugs-related behaviour in Alderman Park.

In Ipswich town centre, problem behaviour around rough sleeping and street drinking has been identified, while theft from shops in the town centre and drug-related behaviour in the Alexandra ward are also among the latest priorities for officers.

To find out more about police priorities, visit the Suffolk police website here.


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