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Henbury and Brentry

A local policing neighbourhood in Avon and Somerset Constabulary

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Neighbourhood Policing Team for Henbury and Brentry.

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There has been an increase in calls relating to motorbikes being driven around the area mainly Blaise Castle and Henbury Park in an anti-social manner.

Issue Date Thursday 16th July 2020

The use of electric motorcycles has increased in the local area causing anti social behaviour and committing road related offences.
The police are asking for any intelligence relating to who is riding them to help deal with offences.

Action Date Tuesday 1st November 2022


Reports of Anti-Social Behaviour in the vicinity of Station Road and Crow Lane. We will continue to conduct regular patrols and take robust action against identified offenders. Acceptable Behaviour Contracts have already been signed by some individuals.

Issue Date Thursday 16th July 2020

There has been a sharp rise in Anti social behaviour and low level criminal offences relating to local youths.
The local neighbourhood team are looking to identify some of the youths that are causing the issues. Where the youths are known to Police we are progressing the crimes as appropriate.

Action Date Tuesday 1st November 2022


There is always Intel throughout Bristol regarding potential locations for the cultivation, preparation and dealing of Controlled Drugs.

Henbury and Brentry is no different and working in partnership with other agencies and the community we will robustly tackle and attempt to shut down such premises.

Residents have been encouraged to report all incidents to the police.

 

Issue Date Thursday 16th July 2020

The use and supply of drugs is an on going issue in the local area. The beat team try and target individuals however we encourage members of public to call 101 with any information they have regarding any suspicious activity.

Action Date Tuesday 1st November 2022


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