Charnwood anti-social crime roadshow to run for two months

Police and community groups are holding a series of public meetings in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour and crime in a Leicestershire borough.

The initiative in Charnwood will take place at 16 venues throughout the borough from 6 July to 21 September.

Police will hand out information on reporting anti-social behaviour and explain local projects and initiatives.

A police spokesman said the roadshow, which has been run for the past three years, was very popular.

Councillor David Snartt said: "During the summer months we traditionally see a rise in anti-social behaviour incidents, so there is no better time for us to reach out to the community and do everything we can to tackle issues."

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