Police summer crackdown on anti-social behaviour

Police in Lancashire have warned youngsters they will be tackling anti-social behaviour during the summer holidays.

Officers will visit anti-social behaviour "hot spots" in patrol cars.

They will also keep residents informed of any action they have taken following reports of problems.

Insp Claire Cooper said using dedicated patrol cars would allow officers "to tackle the issue more effectively".

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