Stamford police have set their new priorities for the next three months.
A meeting of the neighbourhood policing panel was held at Christ Church in Green Lane on Tuesday.
Members of the public went to raise their crime concerns and as a result police set two new priorities to tackle until the next meeting in September.
The first is to deal with antisocial behaviour in several areas including the community orchard, Blue Park, Highgrove Gardens and Empingham Road playing field.
The second is to crack down on an increase in thefts from shops in the town centre and outskirts.
The next neighbourhood panel meeting will be held in the town hall in St Mary’s Hill at 6.30pm on Tuesday, October 8.