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North West Leicestershire police have cracked down on anti-social behaviour among children during the school holidays

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: August 15, 2014

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AN Anti-Social Behaviour Delivery Group in North West Leicester is encouraging people to enjoy themselves but also be considerate to those around them.

As part of the group's work they have contacted all schools in Leicestershire asking that pupils consider their behaviour and act responsibly while on holiday.

The district's Superintendent, Martyn Ball, is the police lead on anti-social behaviour.

He said: "This summer we want to encourage people to respect and tolerate each other regardless of their age or background.

"We want everyone to have a good summer, particularly as they enjoy the nicer weather and lighter nights, but also we want them to be aware of how their actions might impact on others.

"Our new Anti-Social Behaviour Response Cars will continue to patrol every evening throughout the summer, tackling issues in hot spot areas and reassuring residents that the police and local councils are working together to deal with any problems."

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