Police step up patrols near Barnham and Angmering stations Brighton News

POLICE have increased patrols near two train stations amid continued anti-social behavior.

Arun Police officers have stepped up their presence in Barnham and Angmering following public reports of anti-social behavior near stations.

Police said foot patrols had increased to tackle the problem.

“We have increased our patrols in Barnham and Angmering, and around train stations following reports of anti-social behaviour,” a police spokesman said.

“We have also contacted our colleagues at British Transport Police to ensure they are aware.

“Some members of our team carried out mobile and foot patrols to try to identify those responsible. Happy to report that everything was in order. Patrols will continue in the coming days.

The Argus: police officers on patrol at Barnham station Police officers on patrol at Barnham station

“If you witness anti-social behavior please contact us on 101 or online. In an emergency, always dial 999.

Earlier this week, police carried out patrols in a residential area of ​​Bognor following reports of suspicious activity.

Arun Police officers have stepped up their presence in and around Longford Road after reporting a man making a cold call to the properties.

Meanwhile, Adur and Worthing Police have increased their presence in and around Ferry Road, Shoreham, following reports of concern from members of the public about anti-social behaviour.

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This notice was published: 2022-05-17 16:37:15

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