Stanmore Park Police have announced that they will be dedicating night shifts to address reports of anti-social behaviour and drug issues in local car parks and recreational spaces during the late evening and night hours.
The police team made the announcement on their official Twitter account, @MPSStanmorePark, saying: “The Team have been made aware of ASB/drug issues in some of our surrounding car parks and recreational spaces in the late evening/night and will be dedicating night shifts in order to tackle the issues.
“We take concerns about ASB and drug activity seriously and will continue to work to maintain public safety.”
This move follows increasing concern among Harrow residents about the rise in anti-social behaviour and drug-related incidents in the area.
According to local reports, these issues have been occurring with greater frequency in recent months, prompting calls for action from the police and other authorities.
Stanmore Park Police have assured residents that they are committed to addressing these concerns and maintaining public safety.
The increased police presence is expected to provide a visible deterrent to those engaging in anti-social behaviour and drug-related activity, while also reassuring residents that their concerns are being taken seriously.
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