Cops vow to tackle anti-social behaviour and grass fires

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News from the police

Bulwell police have pledged to tackle anti-social behaviour and grass land fires in and around the Snapewood estate.

The new Bulwell Ward Neighbourhood Priority for May 2015 has been set for the next three months, following concerns raised by residents.

Inspector Christine Busuttil said: “The local beat team examined the priority survey results and it would appear that the main area of concern was with anti-social behaviour around Snapewood and the increase in grassland fires these are taking place at various locations throughout the estate of Bulwell and mainly around Snapewood and Hoewood Road.

“There will be patrols around the area and your Neighbourhood Policing Team will be working alongside Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue, Nottingham City Housing, Community Protection, local businesses and other specialist Police teams to deter these offences.

“This month sees the start of the new priority and we are going to be increasing visible patrols where we have been affected by reports of anti-social behaviour and grassland fires. We will continue to patrol the area to improve further.”