<P>More of a statement than a question that has just come in on twitter just now: “we really struggle with motorbikes and scooters riding on the footpath outside the houses. Nearly hit my daughter!” What would be the right course for Jenny to take on this issue?</P>
I would urge anybody to report incidents such as this directly to the police control room on 101. We have recognised that there is an issue with individuals riding motorbikes and scooters, often without helmets, in an anti-social manner. It assists us greatly if full information can be passed such as descriptions of the riders and the machine and any registrations. This enables us to respond effectively along with our partners in the Local Authority CCTV office.
We recently ran a proactive operation in the Caia park area utilising specially trained officers riding off road motor bikes. In the past 3 weeks we have successfully seized 3 motorbikes and will actively seek to remove any machine driven in an anti-social manner.
PLEASE report these incidents and we will respond wherever possible. Alternatively pass the information to your local CBM or PCSO.
Sgt Simon Kneale
We get teenagers riding motorbikes in an aggressive manner on our estate most days. It’s only a matter of time before a child playing in the street is hurt.. We never see a PCSO to report it to.
So if this goes ahead and it looks as though it’s done and dusted any way.
How much is it going to cost ?
Changing the name and logos on council stationary, vans, lorries and so on. And that’s just the tip of the iceburg.
So much for council cutbacks..
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