Following recent community meetings, our local policing team have identified new community policing priorities for February.
There has been a new trend in anti-social behaviour in the Dafen area. Youths are running through gardens in the Brynelli and Capel Road area, causing damage and frightening residents. The area will be patrolled by NPT officers.
Complaints have been received regarding unknown persons drinking alcohol in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church, Felinfoel and nearby lanes behind the Co-op. The area will be patrolled in order to identify persons responsible.
It was also reported that after damage was caused to a glass pane in a conservatory, a youth from the Llangennech area was identified and has been dealt with by police via Youth Restorative Justice. The parents of the youth have agreed to pay compensation for the damage and a letter of apology from the youth has been written.
Youths have been causing anti-social behaviour in the Llwynhendy area, throwing stones and eggs at houses and running away. Damage was caused to a window of a property in the area. Enquiries are ongoing and the area will be monitored by our local NPT.
Concerns have been raised about speeding in the Llwynhendy area – this will be addressed via monitoring with Speed devices.
Should you have any issues that you would like to raise, please feel free to contact your Local Neighbourhood Policing team at Llwynhendy Police Station, by telephoning 101.
You can also find out when your next PACT Meeting or street surgery will be, at http://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk
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