POLICE say a ‘regular group of local teenagers’ are behind anti-social behaviour (ASB) at Tower Park in Poole.

Officers from Poole Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) say they have been targeting patrols to Tower Park since May this year.

This is in response to anti-social behaviour (ASB) during late afternoons and into the evenings, by a regular group of local teenagers.

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A spokesperson from Dorset Police said: “Thanks to excellent CCTV at this location, Poole NPT have been developing leads to some current investigations that have been reported to us.

“Police services nationally triage calls based on threat, risk and harm. The information always goes somewhere if police were unable to attend at the time, due to wider commitments.

“The data always goes somewhere and is reviewed daily via Officers on the NPT team. If a life is in danger or a crime is in progress it's 999.

“For non-emergencies, the quickest and simplest way to report an incident to us is via our online service https://crowd.in/7NJJeD

“Regular public engagements are held by our PCSO’s at the Tower Park complex.

"Poole NPT will continue to patrol this location as part of their hotspot patrols. We are here for you.”