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Crime & Anti-Social Behaviour
The Parish Council actively encourages residents to report any crimes and antisocial behavior, no matter how small they might seem. This enables the Police to gather accurate statistics and raise awareness to police of local issues. Residents should report urgent matters to 999, other matters through 101 or alternatively use the Beds Police website www.bedfordshire.police.uk/report/Report.
You can also make anonymous reports to Crime Stoppers tel 0800 555 111 www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Bedfordshire Police have launched a policing team called Operation Sentinel, commited to tackling anti-social behaviour. The team will carry out targeted police patrols in the community, addressing the priority issues that matter most to residents.
You can contact the Operation Sentinel team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you think a domestic bonfire is causing a nuisance, then fill in the Central Bedfordshire Council online complaint form (link opens in new window). Alternatively, contact their ASB and Stat Nuisance Team by calling 0300 300 8302 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the bonfire issues are caused by a business or is on a commercial property, please contact their Public Protection team on email@example.com or 0300 300 8302.
For further information, please use link below:
It is an offence to allow a dog, which you are responsible for, to foul and not clear it up immediately when in a public place such as:
- footways and paths, including public footpaths, and footpaths across fields
- play areas, picnic sites and outdoor eating places
- sports playing pitches
- formal parks and land where the grass is cut
- land outside schools and hospitals
- car parks, public transport bays and surrounds
- cycle ways and surfaced areas near to houses
- shopping areas, markets and public circulation areas
- cemeteries and war memorials
- land surrounding toilets, recycling sites and public buildings
The penalty for committing an offence contained in a Dog Control Order is a maximum fine of £1,000. Alternatively, the opportunity to pay a Fixed Penalty Notice of £80 may be offered in place of prosecution. This can be reduced to £50 if paid within 14 days.
For more information contact the Central Bedfordshire Council Anti-Social Behaviour Team on 0300 300 5686, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by post:
Central Bedfordshire Council Watling House High Street North Dunstable Bedfordshire LU6 1LF