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Anti Social Behaviour and Criminal Damage in the Bishops Waltham Palace ruins

Alert message sent 28/05/2021 10:35:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary



Good Morning,

The Winchester Greater team have received several reports over the last few days with regards to Criminal Damage and Anti Social behaviour within the Bishops Waltham Palace ruins.

If you are not familiar with this location the Palace Ruins is an English Heritage site and is currently undergoing extensive repair work. Scaffolding and Heras fencing has been erected around the site.

Reports received are that children are climbing the scaffolding, damaging equipment and also throwing picnic benches into the moat.

As it is coming up to half term this is a timely reminder for parents and carers to speak to their children of the dangers of climbing scaffolding and also about the impact on this type of behaviour has on the users of this historic location.

I would also encourage parents and carers to ask who their children are with and where they are planning to go.

Anti social behaviour is defined as “behaviour by a person which causes, or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress not of the same household as the person”

There are also three main categories for anti social behaviour depending on how many people are affected:

Personal antisocial behaviour

Nuisance antisocial behaviour

Environmental antisocial behaviour


You can report antisocial behaviour by calling 101 or by reporting online at www.hampshire.police.uk

Kind Regards

PCSO 13455 Sarah McCulloch
 
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Sarah McCulloch (Police, PCSO, Winchester district)

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