Posted: Tue 4th Oct 2022

Updated: Tue 4th Oct

Police pledge action over anti-social behaviour issues in Denbigh

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Oct 4th, 2022

Police have pledged to take action following a recent spate of anti-social behaviour in Denbigh.

Officers say they have received an increase in reports of problems in the upper Denbigh area over the last few weeks.

The local policing team has increased patrols and already taken action against a number of youths.

The North Wales Police Conwy and Denbigh Rural Team said: “Over the last weekend, a number of youths were dealt with for anti-social behaviour and in the coming days a number will be interviewed in respect of some criminal offences.

“We would urge parents be responsible and actively monitor where their children are as patrols will continue in the area until this is completely resolved.

“If anybody wishes to discuss the issue or hear more about what we are doing to tackle it, please contact Richard.Evans2@northwales.police.uk”



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