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Appeal following anti social behaviour in Maghull

Merseyside Police officers working in Maghull alongside our partners and schools are appealing for information after recent incidents of anti-social behaviour in the area.

In the last few months, there have been reports of anti-social behaviour, mainly around the areas of the KGV Park and Maghull Town Hall on Hall Lane. This has included damage to the Christmas tree outside Maghull Town Hall last week and damage being caused to a local bus.

Local Policing Inspector Ian Jones said:

“Although we are not seeing a significant rise in incidents of anti-social behaviour in Maghull, there has been recent damage caused in the area and I want to make it very clear that we will not tolerate any forms of anti-social behaviour and nuisance.

“My team is working closely alongside partners and all local schools to deter youths from becoming involved in this unacceptable behaviour. We know the vast majority of young people have respect for other people and their property but we know the behaviour causing annoyance and distress to the local community, and in some cases can be extremely dangerous.

“I want to make it clear that is not acceptable to throw objects at vehicles, commit criminal damage or abuse or intimidate people. My message is think about what you are doing and how you may make other people feel. How would you feel if a member of your own family was frightened by incidents such as these?

“The support of parents, guardians and other responsible adults is vital. They can minimise the risk by not letting children hang around the streets with nowhere to go and know who they are with and what they are doing when they go out.

“Anyone involved in criminal behaviour could be arrested and receive a fine, a criminal record or even jail time. If your child is under 16 then you will be liable for payment of any fine.”

Anyone with information on anti-social behaviour is asked to call 101, speak to local officers, or you can call Crimstoppers anonymously and for free on 0800 555 111.

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