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Anti-Social Behaviour reaches “new heights” in Portstewart

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Anti-Social Behaviour in the Student Housing areas of Portstewart has reached “new heights” according to the PSNI.

A PSNI Spokesperson said: Coleraine Neighbourhood Police remain committed to tackling anti-social behaviour in this area. We work closely with the University of Ulster, Causeway Coast & Glens Council and Northern Ireland Housing Executive to do this.

The neighbourhood policing team and council enforcement officers conduct regular joint patrols in relation to anti-social behaviour in this area. If you would like to report any incidents please dial 101 or in an emergency 999.
The Neighbourhood Officer for this area is Constable Tracey Russell – 078 2539 9552

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