Bonfire Night and Anti-social Behaviour

As Bonfire night approaches, incidents of anti-social behaviour can become an increased concern in our local community. Whilst we all want to enjoy the fireworks and other local activities, we should look out for and report any anti-social behaviour in the local area.

With the recent attack by a gang of youths on two innocent teenagers in Wroughton while they walked home from a Halloween party it's more important than ever to give the police the resources and manpower they require to effectively carry out their important work, protecting the residents of Wiltshire.

Clare Moody, Labour Party Candidate for Wiltshire Police and Crime Comissionner added "If elected I will keep police on the beat, back a strong and swift response to antisocial behaviour and be tough on crime, and tough on the causes of crime."

You can report anti-social behaviour to Wiltshire Police by calling 101.  In an emergency call 999, such as if a crime is in progress or if there is danger to life.