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South Holland Police conduct further patrols around Donington to tackle anti-social behaviour

Police have been conducting additional patrols around a village park following reports of anti-social behaviour.

Concerns have been raised about issues with broken glass, litter and phallic symbols were scrawled on a path in Flinders Park in Donington in recent weeks - with fears that the loss of a dedicated PCSO was having an impact.

Cash-strapped Lincolnshire Police - one of the worst funded in the country - was forced to slash its numbers of PCSOs last year in order. to tackle a £10million funding black hole over a three year period.

Flinders Park in Donington
Flinders Park in Donington

A South Holland Police social media post states: “Following a series of Anti Social Behavior and Criminal damage incidents at Flinders Founders Park in Donington, the Neighbourhood Policing Team have been tasked to conduct patrols around the area .

“PCSO Sylwia Davy engaged with a group of young people in the park that have been showing her some really impressive skills on bicycles, scooters and skateboards.”

The PSCO stated that the youngsters were a credit to their parents.

Phallic symbols were drawn on a path in the Flinder’s Park, Donington
Phallic symbols were drawn on a path in the Flinder’s Park, Donington

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