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Groups of young people and adults causing a nuisance, drugs and drug dealing and break-ins and thefts are the top three priorities from the Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings police and crime survey 2019




Residents living in Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings have named their top three issues they would like the police to focus on following a survey.

There were 637 responses to the Stamford Bourne and the Deepings police and crime survey.

The top three issues for residents were groups of young people and adults causing a nuisance, drugs and drug dealing and break-ins and thefts.

Inspector Rachel Blackwell. Photo: Lee Hellwing
Inspector Rachel Blackwell. Photo: Lee Hellwing

Inspector Rachel Blackwell, neighbourhood policing inspector for Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings, said: "There were three very strong and clear priorities from the public.

"We are going to start to direct our transmission in the form if 'you said, we did'."

There were 247 surveys handed in from Stamford, 181 from Bourne and 209 from the Deepings.

A full set of results will be made available soon.

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