Police promise to tackle anti-social behaviour during school holidays

Warrington Guardian: Police promise to tackle anti-social behaviour during school holidays Police promise to tackle anti-social behaviour during school holidays

POLICE officers plan to tackle anti-social behaviour in Warrington by increasing their presence on the streets following the closure of schools for the Easter holidays.

A spokesman for Warrington East Police Station said: “The holidays start this weekend and we will have extra officers on the ground to deal robustly with any anti-social behaviour.

“We ask that parents find out where and with whom they are going out with. The youths need to know that their behaviour may affect them gaining employment in the future.”

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7:54am Tue 8 Apr 14

PageA says...

What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.
What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make. PageA
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12:33pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Karlar says...

PageA wrote:
What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.
Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now.
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now. Karlar
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12:35pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Karlar says...

Aplogies I meant blatant.
Aplogies I meant blatant. Karlar
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1:23pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Nick Tessla says...

If it is crime call it that, rather than using a euphemism. Theft, criminal damage etc. are CRIMES.
If it is crime call it that, rather than using a euphemism. Theft, criminal damage etc. are CRIMES. Nick Tessla
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5:16pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Cheap Mower says...

The holidays started last weekend . .. .
The holidays started last weekend . .. . Cheap Mower
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1:16pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Melonfish says...

Cheap Mower wrote:
The holidays started last weekend . .. .
Not for all schools, they are deliberately staggered so not all the children are out at the same time.
[quote][p][bold]Cheap Mower[/bold] wrote: The holidays started last weekend . .. .[/p][/quote]Not for all schools, they are deliberately staggered so not all the children are out at the same time. Melonfish
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1:21pm Wed 9 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Karlar wrote:
PageA wrote:
What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.
Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now.
Are you a Bingo caller then Karlar?
Anyway most kids will be glued to the Xbox instead of being out.
[quote][p][bold]Karlar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now.[/p][/quote]Are you a Bingo caller then Karlar? Anyway most kids will be glued to the Xbox instead of being out. GRUMPY PARENT
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4:00pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Karlar says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
Karlar wrote:
PageA wrote:
What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.
Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now.
Are you a Bingo caller then Karlar?
Anyway most kids will be glued to the Xbox instead of being out.
No just another victim of unwarranted antisocial behaviour, or as Nick Tess says another crime.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karlar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: What is the name of this police spokesperson who casually mentions that hi jinx as a teenager can lead to a life of unemployment and poverty. What a bizarre implied threat to make.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Antisocial behaviour is not the sole province of those at school or teenagers, nor should it been regarded as such by the Police or other authorities. I have been subjected to blantant antisocial behaviour from an aged yob - ie 60 plus - for a few years now.[/p][/quote]Are you a Bingo caller then Karlar? Anyway most kids will be glued to the Xbox instead of being out.[/p][/quote]No just another victim of unwarranted antisocial behaviour, or as Nick Tess says another crime. Karlar
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