Concern over anti-social behaviour on Broughshane's Main Street

LOCAL Police are to meet concerned residents over Anti-social behaviour on Main Street, Broughshane.

At last Thursday night's District Policing Partnership meeting held in Kells, local MLA Paul Frew raised concerns over anti social behaviour in the village after police responded to his question about their way of dealing with these problems.

In their response Police outlined that to deal with persistent anti-social behaviour they have a Neighbourhood Police Officer allocated to "take ownership" of the problem.

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Councillor Frew said more needed to be done to address the situation in Broughshane, he said: "Broughshane Main Street at night seems to be a big problem, these people are suffering with this on a night by night basis."

Area Commander Ryan Henderson said they have officers trying to engage with those involved.

It was agreed that police would meet with those residents concerned.