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1. Speeding has been mentioned throughout a number of villages in the rural area.

You will have seen a number of officers with the speed gun over the past month or the use of the Speed Indication Device. There were a number of drivers issued fixed penalty notices for speeding in Guilden Sutton outside the local school. Speeding is not acceptable and especially not outside local schools. In some areas a community speed watch team has been set up successfully and hopefully other areas will have a speed watch team set up in the near future.

2. There has been a number of ASB issues reported over the past month.

We have utilised our local officers, both police constables and police community support officers to attend local hot spot areas on a regular basis. A number of youths and children have been advised and in some instances parents advised. If you have issues in your local area please call 101 when the issue is occurring so we can send out a local patrol.

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