Police vow to act after issues with drug taking, vandalism and litter on Stretton's Jinny Trail

Police vow to act after issues with drug taking, vandalism and litter on Stretton's Jinny Trail
 

Police officers have vowed not to stop in their quest to put an end to antisocial behaviour issues in a Burton nature spot that has been a major spot for drug abuse.
PCSO Katie Fellows, part of Staffordshire Police's local team for Burton Urban, made a 12-month promise to keep patrolling the Jinny Nature Trail, in Stretton.
The pledge, which was announced at a recent Stretton Parish Council meeting, was made as part of Staffordshire Police's antisocial behaviour action plan.
In recent times the trail, which preserves the remains of an old railway line, had been misused and vandalised, much... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 48
Source: Burton Mail
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