reports exclusive information

Falkirk councillors demand tougher police action on under-age drinking and anti-social behaviour

Reading now: 712

Anti-social behaviour and under-age drinking in and around parks needs tougher action from police, Falkirk councillors have told the area’s senior officers.

In particular, they say there has to be more effective punishment for the extreme anti-social behaviour – including fire-raising and vandalism – that has been been witnessed in Grangemouth’s Zetland Park.Members of Falkirk Council’s licensing board also said they would like more emphasis on finding out who is buying drink for youngsters – and which shops they are using.The councillors, from all political parties, made their remarks following the Chief Constable’s annual report to the board, which emphasised “prevention and intervention work” with young people.Falkirk Live is an

The website is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News