Officers to investigate graffiti and anti-social behaviour concerns about electric scooters in North Derbyshire

Police in North Derbyshire will investigate areas of graffiti along with anti-social behaviour concerns about electric scooters.

Wednesday, 21st July 2021, 5:35 pm

As part of Anti-social Behaviour awareness week, officers from Derbyshire police were on patrol in Dronfield this morning (Wednesday, July 21).

PCSO Flower found areas that had been sprayed with graffiti tags and came across concerns about electric scooters while on a walk around Snapehill.

The issues identified, which appear to relate to incidents of anti-social behaviour, will be investigated further by Dronfield Police Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) and ‘relevant action’ will be taken according to the force.

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Graffiti was found by officers patrolling Dronfield.

In a message sent out to residents across the county, Derbyshire police wrote: “As part of ASB awareness week PCSO Flower has been out and about with Rykneld Homes on an estate walk around Snapehill area Dronfield this morning and have found areas of graffiti and other concerns of electric scooters which will be investigated further by local Safer Neighbourhood Team and relevant action taken #asbawareness #asbhub #communityengagment #CommunitySafety”.

Anti-social behaviour.

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